It’s just about game time, and you’ve just got to have a few snacks hanging around, right? O.K. I have to admit that I won’t be watching the big game this year. I only know who’s playing because everyone is talking about it. That doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy a good hot wing every once-in-a-while though, and these Asian style hot wings are most definitely good.
To be honest, I wasn’t expecting these to be as fiery as they were. I had originally made these for my wife as well as myself, but she’s sensitive to capsicum, and these little bitty wings pack one heck of a punch in the spice department. I ended up eating all of them myself. (And sweating a little in the process.) Next time I’ll skip the garlic chili sauce so that she can enjoy them with me.
In any event, these really couldn’t be easier to put together, and the recipe can be doubled, tripled or quadrupled depending on the number of people you are serving and their appetites. I would suggest however, that you serve a milder version along side them for those guests who don’t have a love of blast-furnace heat.
Hot Wings with Asian Styled Sauce - Seriously Fiery
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 571Total Fat: 39gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 22gCholesterol: 128mgSodium: 759mgCarbohydrates: 28gFiber: 2gSugar: 9gProtein: 28g
What I would have done differently had I thought of it at the time:
The flavor on these wings is truly amazing, but as I said, they were spicier than expected at the beginning of cooking. Next time I’ll cut out the garlic chili sauce altogether and use a little hoisin sauce in its place. Other than that, a bit more honey might have been nice, but is definitely not necessary. These little bad boys were enough to put me in my carnivorous happy place for quite some time.
And yes, Dr. Biggles, I’m sure you could grill these hot wings well.
Links to other recipes like this:
- Spicy Hot Wings and Drumettes, from An American Housewife
I won’t be watching the game because I really couldn’t care one way or the other about Football. As a kid I had asthma, so I learned to play guitar, program computers, read insatiably and write. Sports never held much interest for me.
Dr. Biggles is the owner/operator of Meathenge, The king of all things meat!
Okay Jerry. You’ve sold me. If I take these to the game, there will be more for me because some of our family have that “I don’t like spicy food” thang going on. Whatever. They sound scrumptious!
And why aren’t you watching the game?
Um…who’s Dr. Biggles?
These sound great- a shame I’ve got the same allergy as you wife – to capsaicin. As good as the sound, I’d not want to wind up in the hospital.
What’s that garlic bean paste? Never seen anything that used that before.
You asked “What’s your favorite recipe for Irish Coffee?” As you know for me personally, just give me a cup of coffee and leave me alone. Just pour it and serve it, and make it quick. However, I do or can serve coffee with a variety of flavors, where as my husbands favorite is with just Irish Cream added. Quick, simple, and HOT.
YUM! I just made this recipe today for the Super Bowl. I modified it and used three chicken breasts instead of wings (trying to loose weight) and served it over brown rice. Also added raw peanuts. This might just be my new favorite dish at home! Thanks!
Sounds very good, I like mixing up the football munchies to something other than regular wings and pizza. Thanks!
I love wings and these look good! Oh and GO PATS!!!!!!!!!
The spice sounds perfect to me! These wings must be made at my next party; they’d be perfect alongside a mild wing and some other apps. Pinned!
I would probably also adjust the heat, but the flavors in here sound fantastic! And what’s Super Bowl Sunday without wings?? :o)
You had me at seriously fiery, pinning!
These are right up my alley! The spicer, the better! Can’t wait to try them.
We aren’t into football (I married a Canadian), but we are into chicken wings and Asian cuisine – hadn’t thought to bring the two together. Looks great Jerry!
I love the heat, so these look great to me. Yummo! :-)