An ode to the chicken wing? Well that is pretty much what thekitchn.com does in a blog post entitled, An Anatomical Guide to Chicken Wings! Whether you are a fan or not, this story of chicken wings will get you into the mood for our recipe of Thai BBQ wings with peanut sauce!
“My favorite part of a chicken is, hands down, the wing. Whether I’m nibbling on one as I carve up a whole roasted chicken, or feasting on a messy pile of saucy buffalo wings, they’re fun to eat and oh-so-satisfying to a dark-meat lover like me. I consider chicken wings a bit of a delicacy since there are only two per chicken, but they pack a ton of flavor.
Chicken wings can be cooked pretty much any way you’d normally cook chicken: broiled, seared, grilled, fried, or even roasted. Due to their higher proportions of skin and bones, they also make delicious chicken stock with lots of flavor and body. If you don’t like to eat wing tips, save them for your next batch of stock or simmer them directly in the sauce or glaze you’re making for the wings — they’ll add some nice bonus chicken flavor.”
Recipe: Thai BBQ Chicken Wings with Peanut Sauce
BBQ basting sauce
½ cup oyster sauce
3 limes, squeezed
1 tsp ginger
2 tbsp tomato sauce
1 tsp chopped chili
1 tbsp palm sugar
12 chicken wings
12 bamboo skewers
½ cup raw Basmati rice, toasted in dry
pan until golden and ground to a coarse
sliced chili for garnish
toasted sesame seeds for garnish
1 tin coconut milk
1 tsp red chili paste
1 cup peanut butter
3 tbsp soy sauce
4 tbsp palm sugar
2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
½ tsp sesame oil
BBQ basting sauce
Incorporate all the applicable ingredients above in a mixing bowl and set aside.
Insert the bamboo skewers into the chicken wings to keep them straight whilst cooking.
Place the chicken wings into a pot and boil for 15 — 20 minutes until the chicken is cooked and tender.
Remove and place on a drying rack to cool.
Heat a grill on the stove, baste the chicken wings with the basting sauce and grill. Grill the chicken wings until charred, sprinkle with the rice and serve.
In a saucepan, bring all the applicable ingredients above to the boil.
Cook for 1 minute and leave to cool.
Serve with the delightfully fresh Lookout Semi-Sweet.
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