You have simply got to try this recipe if you’ve got our Smoked Chilli Honey . The sweetness of the honey combines perfectly with the salty umami from the soy.
Whether you’re barbecuing or just cooking them up in a griddle pan, these are guaranteed to please every time.
If your’e having a party try serving the wings with a side of Bacon Onion Rings , the crowd will go crazy.
2tbsp Soy sauce (use 1:1 with fish sauce for an interesting twist)
Handful fresh thyme (picked & chopped)
Lug olive oil
Salt & pepper
The key here is to leave the wings marinating long enough for it to make a real difference. 24 hours is ideal if possible.
In a large bowl, combine the smoked chilli honey, spring onions, ginger, soy sauce (& fish sauce if using it), thyme, salt & pepper. Add a splash of hot water to loosen the marinade a little.
Before you add the chicken wings, you'll need to cut them along the joint to separate each wing into 2 pieces. This will make eating them much easier and enjoyable later on.
Add the wing pieces and cover with the marinade. Leave in the fridge over night.
When ready to cook, pre-heat your oven to 200C. On the hob, heat a griddle pan until it's very hot. No need to oil it. (Or if using a bbq, get that it nice and hot).
Add the chicken wings (you'll probably have to do this in batches) and leave to get some good colour/caramelisation before you move them around (take care not to burn though!). They should be in the griddle for about 15mins.
Brush with the marinade as you go along to add more flavour.
Once crispy, throw them on a baking tray, brush with marinade again, and put in the oven to cook through. Cut open a large, most-recently cooked wing to test if cooked (they should be in the oven for about 15mins)0
Serve on a big plate and enjoy.
Author: Gran LUchito
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