Mains & Entrees

BBQ Sriracha Wings

These wings are the perfect combination of sweet & spicy! Glazed with a 3-ingredient BBQ sauce you’re sure to love! After all, BBQ Season never really stops!

So tell me, what kind wing person are you? Wet or dry? Flats or Drums? Breaded or Original? I’m definitely an in-between wet & dry (not dripping in sauce and not, dry as toast). Exactly how it’s pictured above is how I love to enjoy them!Wings are also one of my favourite and most reached for foods to prepare in our home – especially on Friday nights and weekends. Perhaps it’s because it’s easy and quick to whip up, or because it simply pairs so well with so many things – i.e. salads, fries, potatoes, rice etc.. Regardless, wings are amazing, and this recipe is definitely one to try!

Recipe Tips and Notes

Wings are pretty easy to prepare, and there’s a slight chance to mess it up especially if you follow these few tips! a. Season you wings! Do not skimp out on the seasoning – if you can’t see it & smell it, you didn’t put enough. This is a Taneisha rule of thumb! b. Allow to marinate for at least 1hr, it’s not totally necessary but it makes a difference with every bite you take afterwards.c. Do not overcook your wings! They are so small, they do not need to be cooking for an extended period of time! We’re not going for dried out, we’re going for flavourful and moist!

BBQ Sriracha Wings

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These wings are the perfect combination of sweet & spicy! Glazed with a 3-ingredient BBQ sauce you're sure to love! After all, BBQ Season never really stops!

Ingredients

  • Chicken Wing Seasoning)
  • 1lb Chicken Wings ⠀
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tsp Paprika
  • 1 tbsp Parsley
  • ¼ tsp Black Pepper
  • ¼ tsp Salt or to taste
  • Sauce
  • 1/2 cup BBQ Sauce (I used Diana Gourmet Rib & Chicken BBQ Sauce) ⠀
  • 1/4 cup Sriracha ⠀
  • 1/4 cup Honey ⠀

Instructions

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1. Preheat oven to 400°F and combine sauce ingredients, set aside. ⠀

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2. Pat dry chicken wings, and season with garlic powder, paprika, black pepper, and salt (if you can leave to marinate for at least an hour to overnight - recommended, but not completely necessary)⠀

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3. Oven roast your wings, for about 15min. ⠀

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4. When wings are almost done, remove from oven and toss in sauce or brush on the BBQ mixture. Return to oven, for another 5-10mins until done, or sauce has caramelized and bubbling.

Notes

a. For best results, you should marinate your wings from anywhere between 2 and 12hrs. Be careful not to over marinate i.e 24hrs and beyond - yes, there is such a thing unless you are freezing your meat.

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