Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Sweet Wings

I made some wings, chicken wings that is, for Tapas last week and I have to say they didn't turn out quite the way I thought they should, but they were still tasty.    At least I assume they were, cause most of them were eaten.
Sweet Wings

I've been craving a sweet/spicy/asian type wing the last little while.  So, I thought I would try making some.   I didn't succeed getting the taste I was after, but hey, I can always try again.   But, the wings were eaten, and enjoyed.  I think I figured out what I am going to do differently the next time.   

I used some Hoisin Sauce, Ken's Asian Soy Ginger dressing, sesame seed oil, and some grated fresh ginger and then mixed in some blackberry/raspberry jelly.   I wanted some hot in there, and added a tablespoon of Tiger Sauce.   Mixed it all together  and heated it in a little and poured it over some baked chicken wings.

Sweet Wings
Tossed them around a little and then baked them for awhile, then basted them again with the sauce.  And let them bake a few more minutes.
Sweet Wings

Sweet Wings


yield: 4-6 servingsprint recipe

Sweet Wings

prep time: 10 MINScook time: 40 MINStotal time: 50 mins
These Sweet Wings are perfect addition to any gathering. Sweet with a hint of hot, and so tasty.


  • 1/4 cup Hoisin Sauce
  • 1/4 Cup Sesame Seed Oil
  • 1/2 cup Ken's Soy and Ginger Dressing
  • 1/2 cup Blackberry
  • 1/2 cup Raspberry Jelly
  • 1 Tablespoon Tiger Sauce (or your favorite hot sauce)
  • 1/2 tsp. Grated Fresh Ginger


  1. Mix all together in a sauce pan, heat until the jelly melts, then pour over cooked wings, toss to coat evenly. Place wings on well greased pan, and bake for 20 minutes at 375 degrees. Baste wings with remaining sauce and bake an additional 10 minutes or so. The exterior will get a deep brown laquered look and they will still be sticky and good.
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Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.


  1. Sid, thanks for your saucy contributions. Cheers

  2. You're welcome. I didn't realize I had so many I could contribute. And thanks for inviting and including me.

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