We like food that makes us lick our fingers. Right? Most of us love a good hot wing. Whether savory, fiery or sweet n spicy, they are always delicious. I am a big fan of Siracha hot sauce and use it as a condiment and an ingredient I use to flavor many of my favorite dishes like my infamous sweet n spicy shrimp tacos.
Siracha adds that perfect balance of sweet and heat for hot wings and they are flavorful without being over powering. These delectable wings were improvised in my kitchen like most of my recipes, so you can tweak the ratio of ingredients to your liking. I often add other ingredients to increase the dimension of flavor to this sauce and it is a great blueprint to add your own personal touches.
I have many flavor combinations that start off with this simple base of honey and Siracha. You can roast your wings in the over at high eat or throw them on the grill to add a nice smoky flavor.
Start with fresh chicken wings that you have thoroughly rinsed clean.
Get all of your seasonings ready
Add a generous squeeze of fresh lime, and season with garlic powder and Himalayan sea salt
The finished product is fingerlickin good, so go ahead..I won't tell anyone and if you lick the plate, It'll be our little secret:-)
Himalayan sea salt
1/3 cup Siracha
1/3 cup honey
1-2 teaspoons soy sauce
Directions: Squeeze lime juice all over the wings and then sprinkle with sea salt and garlic powder. Let your wings marinate for about 30 minutes to an hour.
Combine the Siracha, honey and soy sauce
Oil your grilling rack and then light your grill and let it preheat for 5 minutes. Grill wings 20-30 minutes until skin is crispy and slightly charred. Brush wings with sauce and return to grill for a couple of minutes. Remove wings and brush with more sauce.