Honey Soy Wings

Just a quick one this week as I’m gearing up for Supanova this weekend. I am aiming to take some cool photos to share with you over the weekend so I should have a bigger post for you next week.

This week I’d like to share my honey soy wings recipe and a little bit on how to joint your wings.

So here it is

Honey Soy Chicken Wings

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Ingredients:

4-8 chicken Wings

1/4 cup honey

1/4 cup soy sauce

Sides:

Rice

Cucumber

Red Onion

Wombok

Carrot

Coriander

Salad dressing.

Oven:

200C

Depending on what you prefer you can serve the wings whole or you can joint them into wingettes and drummets.

Jointing a chicken wing seems a little tough at first but its quite easy once you get the hang of it.

To joint your chicken wing start by spreading out the wing and cutting the loose skin under the joint.

Next hold the wing in one hand and slightly squeeze the two edges together. Make sure the joint edge is exposed.

Cut into the joint. If you’re holding the wing right your knife should find the groove in the joint to go into.

BE VERY ACREFUL NOT TO PUSH TO FAR AND CUT YOURSELF IN THE PROCESS. Cut in until you are about halfway through the joint.

Place the wing back on the chopping board and cut into the edges of the joint where the top cut meets it to finish separating the two pieces.

Place your wings (or winggettes and drummets) in a bowl. In a separate bowl or a jar mix together the Honey and soy sauce. Pour over wings and allow wings to marinate for at least 15-20 mins.

Once marinated place wings in a lined baking tray. Brush (or pour) some of the leftover marinade over the wings.

Bake for 30-40 minutes.

I served mine with some salted cucumber and onion,

Simple Slaw, (wombok, carrot and coriander)

And rice.

You can also simmer the leftover marinade for 10minĀ  and use as a sauce.

I hope you enjoy my simple honey soy wings.

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