Grilled Asian Wings

Linnette Lucas


Friday evenings, after a long work week I look forward to relaxing in our backyard with a tasty “adult” beverage and a yummy meal! With the weather warming up, it means the grills getting lots and lots of use. This particular Friday, I had a craving for wings, but didn’t want the deep fried “fatty” stuff. I decided to try mixing together a few flavors and seeing what happens. Here goes nothing!
Note – since I “threw” together a few ingredients measure to your liking, taking into consideration the amount of wings you’re grilling.

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1 Hr


15 Min



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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
The crew and I really loved these wings! The marinade was great and had a little kick to it. The honey sriracha sauce took takes these to another level. You still get the sweetness from the sauce without the sriracha being too overwhelming. Take these to your next tailgating party and you'll get many high fives.


1 pkg
chicken wings (about 10 wings)
2 Tbsp
Montreal steak seasoning
2/3 c
soy sauce (low sodium)
1 Tbsp
garlic powder
3 Tbsp
1/2 c
cilantro, chopped

Directions Step-By-Step

Wash and remove any excess fat from the chicken wings (I usually buy organic and they’re pretty clean). Place the wings in a shallow dish to marinate and add the steak seasoning, soy sauce, garlic powder and Sriracha. Move around so they’re all covered with seasoning. Do not add salt, soy sauce has a more than sufficient amount of salt. Allow the wings to marinate for at least 30 minutes, preferably longer, overnight would be best. Remove from the fridge about 10 minutes before you’re ready to grill.
Prepare the honey drizzle – add about 1/2 cup honey and 1 tbsp Sriracha and set aside.

Pre-heat the barbeque, once the thermometer reaches the desired temperature, about 350 degrees; grill the wings for about 10-12 minutes (or until done).
Once the wings are cooked, drizzle with the honey Sriracha mixture and sprinkle with cilantro. Enjoy these tasty bites as an appetizer or accompany with a delicious grilled corn on the cob!

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