This sweet and spicy Asian hot wings recipe is baked under the broiler and result in really crispy skin and a bit of char which makes them absolutely addictive!
I’m totally a borderline crazy cat lady.
And I totally accept that.
It wasn’t until I met my husband who had a cat and then he insisted on getting another one. They have become my family.
I’m that obnoxious lady that can’t stop taking pictures of them doing cute things. If you follow me on instagram, beware you will be bombarded with food porn and videos of my cats trying to steal my wine. That is my life.
And while my big orange cat can’t keep himself away from the wine (seriously, he needs rehab), my prissy calico cat can smell chicken from a mile away. She loooooves chicken.
The entire time I am cooking anything with chicken she prances around my feet in the kitchen purring and rubbing up on my legs hoping I will give in and give her a little piece. She always wins.
I made these wings for my husband a few weeks ago for Sunday football. He was pretty pumped. What is it about sitting on a couch, watching football, and gnawing on some meat bones that makes men so happy?
I admit, I kind of like it too. Not a whole day of it. But an hour of it is kind of fun!
I love how wings are the perfect vessel for pretty much any kind of sauce or flavor you come up with. I love asian flavors.
I seasoned these up with some sriracha, ginger, garlic, honey, and lime juice and they were pretty bangin. I always broil my wings. It never fails to get the crispy and add some lovely char on the skin and is way less messy than frying them.
I did some broiled Buffalo BBQ Wings a while back too. I’m not sure I could pick a favorite between the two. I’ll take both please.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 884