I am a bit obsessed with Tastespotting.  A daily aggregation of food blogs with fantastic pictures.  It is better than thumbing through a cookbook.  Had a hankering for chicken wings with an Asian twist.  Here is the recipe.

Take about 16 wings.  Toss them in kosher salt and a little bit of paprika.  Bake at 400 for about 40 minutes or until they are done.  I put the wings over a non-stick cookie pan with deep sides lined in parchment paper.

Once they wings are done, put them in a bowl and toss with the sauce below.  Put the wings back in the oven and bake until crispy.  In the finale, crank up the broiler to get them super crispy.

1/3 cup hoisin sauce
1/3 cup honey
5 T. soy sauce
 2 tsp. spicy chili sauce
2 tsp. toasted sesame oil
3 Tbsp. sesame seeds

Bring to a boil for a few minutes and then cool.  Pour over the wings in the final stages ( above ).

Comments (Archived):

  1. ellen

    When I made my wings years ago, I had to put them on a broling pan to make sure there was absolutely no grease. My husband liked wing but not too much poultry flavor. How do you make sure the wings don’t get too greasy on a deep cookie sheet with parchment? I finally gave up making them becausre I hated to clean that sticky pan? Yours look delicious and Ithe clean up seems easier.(Have you tried Omaha Steaks.? They opened a store near me and I went in last weekend for the first time. They are twice the price of whole foods meat and frozen to boot? Seemed a bit much for frozen meat. Off sale their Tenderloin is like $55 a pound. On special it was like $28 a pound. I walked out without purchasing. Whole foods is about $25 regular price.)

    1. Gotham Gal

      They get a little greasy but once you broil, the grease pretty much goes awayjoanne [email protected]