Let me be clear. I LOVE buffalo wings. But as much as I adore the classic, I love to test out new recipes too. The marinade is packed full of Asian flavors…soy, hoisin, sesame, garlic, and ginger combined with a little brown sugar for sweetness and lime for tang. Paired with a big green salad, these Asian chicken wings make for a nice, light dinner too.
Spicy Asian Chicken Wing Marinade
Asian baked chicken wings - Simply Delicious
These chicken wings never disappoint. They get devoured as soon as they get put on the table. The sauce is rich and dark so they are great for Halloween parties, just call them glazed bat wings for the holiday. Whisk Worcestershire sauce, honey, oyster sauce, soy sauce, garlic, vinegar, thyme, sesame seeds, and Chinese five-spice powder together in a large bowl; add chicken wings and toss to coat completely. Let chicken marinate 30 minutes. Transfer chicken wings and marinade to a deep baking dish. Bake wings in the preheated oven, turning and spooning marinade over wings every 20 minutes, until chicken is cooked through and sauce is thick and bubbling, about 90 minutes.
Sticky AND Crispy Asian Chicken Wings
I love all kinds of chicken wings but when it comes to my favorite types of chicken wings, I have to say Asian -flavored wings, such as these sticky Asian chicken wings coated with a sweet, savory honey garlic chili glaze. The honey garlic-chili glaze calls for honey, garlic chili sauce Rooster brand , vinegar and soy sauce. These days, you can get these ingredients easily from the International aisle at any supermarkets, so convenient. I made one lb of these chicken wings but they are barely enough for two.
Oh, wait, I think that was just a crazy dream I had last night. A long, long time ago, in a land not so far away called Palo Alto, I worked at a law firm in a great, big tall building surrounded by other great big tall buildings. We were also surrounded by a lot of great restaurants, one of which was a very well known Chinese restaurant that shall remain nameless.