worlds best wings meetmeatmikes

This recipe is awesome. We have been making these 3 times a week! Because everyone at my place loves them.

The good thing about this recipe is that you’ll have most ingredients in your pantry already and you can go a bit freestyle with the measuring once you’ve made them a few times. I suggest you make LOTS because they are extra good cold from the fridge! Also, they smell ridiculously good when they are baking. You have been warned.

A special note for Reannon – your gang are going to LOVE these, I reckon!!!!

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World’s Best After School Chicken Wings

(Also good for breakfast, lunch and dinner… and supper… and picnics!)

Based on a recipe by the rad Adam Liaw 

Feeds a family of six for dinner (with a potato salad and a nice dinner roll or two) AND you’ll have some leftover if you are aren’t totally greedy buggers.

You need:

2 kg of chicken wings (each wing should be cut into 3 at the joint and the tips can be discarded)
I know, it’s a lot but these are so good and also great cold. You will be glad of the leftovers.
80g of salted butter
1 tablespoon of Dijon (or other mild) mustard
4 tablespoons of tomato sauce (aka ketchup!)
1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce (I like Lee and Perrins because it’s nice and sweet!)
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 tablespoon of white vinegar (or white wine vinegar)
1/2 tablespoon of chilli sauce (I actually use more – 2 tablespoons – but you might not like it so spicy!)
1 teaspoon of sweet paprika
a good grinding of black pepper or 1/2 teaspoon of white pepper

How to do it:

Mix all the ingredients in a pot over a low heat until combined.
Pour over the wings and toss well.
Line two large baking trays with baking paper.
Pop the wings on the paper. Bake in a hot oven for around 35 minutes (220 degrees C) –  just make sure they are starting to caramelise and they are cooked through nicely.

Allow to cool a bit, smack your lips and then GOBBLE THEM UP!

NB: Make sure you put some in the fridge and have them cold the next day because that’s my FAVOURITE way to eat these!

Let me know if you make these?!

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Other yum stuff:
My version of Jessica’s Tangy Lemon Squares
Corn Chowder
My Mee Goreng
Favourite Sausage Rolls
The best ever Teriyaki Chicken
After School Risotto
Baked Meatballs with Frenchy Potatoes
Pip’s Gnocchi = yum
My Potato Tortilla
Soba Salad with Miso, Spinach and Green Olive Pesto


    • Glenda

    • 4 years ago

    So funny – I thought I had the best chicken wing recipe. It turns out its based on the same Adam Liaw recipe, true finger licking deliciousness. I also love your taking stock posts

    • Clare

    • 5 years ago

    Pip, I have been wanting to make this since you posted it, and just made this for dinner tonight. It was just the tastiest! And a big hit with all the family! Yay for leftovers too! Thanks so much x

    • Claire C

    • 5 years ago

    I knocked this up last night with the random chicken pieces from my freezer – SO MUCH DELICIOUSNESS! Thank you for sharing; I’m greedily looking forward to today’s lunch of leftovers!

    • sue

    • 5 years ago

    dear son home from uni – win
    brings lovely girlfriend – win
    dear son googles how to cut wings into 3 – win
    lovely girlfriend helps make sauce – win
    wonderful new recipe under the belt – win!
    Thanks so much Pip – winner winner chicken dinner!!!

      • Meet Me At Mikes

      • 5 years ago

      This makes me happier than you would ever know!!! YAY!!!

    • Ashleigh

    • 5 years ago

    I hope this isn’t a weird question, but I’m a former vegetarian so I’m not great with preparing and cooking meat. What does it mean when you say the wings are cut into 3 at the joint?

      • Meet Me At Mikes

      • 5 years ago

      Hi Ashleigh! Here is an example of what I mean. Your butcher will do this for you, if you ask nicely!

        • Ashleigh

        • 5 years ago

        You’re amazing, thank you!

  1. I am a huge fan of wings!! These look so good. I make some with franks red hot sauce from woollies with blue cheese dip, but I’ll have to give these a try too. They are one of my absolute favourite things.

  2. I am a massive chicken wing lover. I have had to convert my family so I can continue to indulge in them! They truly are the best cold, I can’t wait to try this recipe!

  3. YUM. Just added chicken wings to the shopping list! You’re right, we had everything else in the pantry n’ fridge. Can’t wait! My boys are gonna love them (me too).

  4. Pip, as soon as I seen the picture in my feed I thought ” I’m going to make these!” I have a bunch of chicken pieces ( not wings but I can’t wait until I shop again) in the freezer & im going to make them tomorrow night for dinner. Thanks x

      • Meet Me At Mikes

      • 5 years ago

      Let me know what you think!!!!!

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