Ginger Scallion Wingettes

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My oldest daughter has an obsession with chicken wings/wingettes. Sometimes I feel like she is making up for years of not liking chicken at all. One day a family friend got her to taste a chicken wing while we were attending a party they hosted. From that day on this girl has had a serious love for wings!

Since she has such a serious love I am always looking for unique and new ways to prepare them.  So I am here today to share my latest kitchen creation with you.

Here’s what you will need:

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4 lb of organic chicken wings or wingettes

8 organic scallions (chopped)

1/4 C organic ginger (chopped)

1 tsp liquid amino ( or low sodium soy sauce)

1 tsp toasted sesame oil

1/2 C of oil (like avocado or grapeseed) divided into (2) 1/4 C servings


In a small bowl mix the following.

1 tsp of garlic powder, onion powder, and black pepper


Preheat oven to 450°

Line baking sheet(s) with parchment.

Place your clean, drained and dry wings in a large bowl.

Add your avocado oil and seasoning to your chicken and toss to evenly coat each piece.

Place into your preheated oven and let cook for 35-40 minutes. (They will be a light golden brown and cooked through.)

While the chicken is cooking let’s work on the sauce/paste that we will coat our wings with.  In a food processor add the following……

Scallions, ginger, amino acid, sesame oil and avocado oil (pulse mixture for 30 seconds to a minute.)

Pour your scallion sauce/paste into a large bowl.  Once your wings are done add them to the bowl and toss to evenly coat the wings with the scallion/ginger mixture.

Place the wings back onto your baking sheet(s) and pop them back into the oven for 5-10 minutes to set the sauce onto the wings.


Once cooled, enjoy!


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How To Make Miso Honey Wings

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If you are looking to add something a little sweet and savory to the menu, then this is the perfect option. These wings work great for appetizers or as a part of the main course for dinner.


Let’s get right into it……..


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2-3 lbs of organic chicken wings or wingettes (clean and dry them and place in a large bowl)

1/2 C of honey

1/3 C Organic Miso Paste ( I used Miso Master’s Organic White Miso)

1 tsp Amino Acid or low sodium soy sauce (I use Bragg Amino Acid Liquid)

Herbs and spice (* combine the following in a small bowl and mix to evenly combine)

1 tsp organic granulated garlic powder and granulated onion powder

1/2 tsp of organic ground ginger and black pepper

Avocado Oil (or any other oil than can be cooked at a temp of 450°or higher)



1. Preheat oven to 450°

2. Line a baking sheet or 2 with parchment (for easy clean up)

3. In a large bowl add your honey, miso, and amino acid. Stir until smooth and combined and set aside for now.

4. Add your herbs and spices to the chicken, toss to evenly coat each piece evenly.

5. Place your chicken on the baking sheet(s) making sure they are not touching and have enough space.  Drizzle a bit of oil over the wings ( we want to get a nice crisp skin on the chicken.)

6. Bake in your 450° preheated, oven for 35-40 minutes. Your chicken should be golden brown.

7. Once the chicken is cooked through and golden, remove it from the oven and add the chicken in the miso and honey sauce bowl.  Toss the wings to get them evenly coated with the sauce.

8. Place the wing back onto the baking sheets and place them back into the oven for 2-3 minutes to let the sauce thoroughly adhere to the chicken.

9. Remove from the oven. Allow to cool and enjoy!


This dish was a really big hit with my family.  For me it offered the best of both worlds…..sweet and savory all in one. I hope you will give this recipe a try and that you and your family enjoy it as much as we did.

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Hot Wings

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I was recently reminded, that I have not made Hot Wing’s in a long time. So I decided that since my oldest is learning to cook she should give it a try.  She has already mastered my Oven Fried Chicken, so I knew she could handle making the Hot Wing’s. I am happy to say that she did a phenomenal job and the Hot Wing’s were delicious.

So let’s jump in and see how this tasty dish is made.

I use frozen Natural wingettes from Costco. In a large bowl I soak about 24 wingettes in cool water and ½ cup of apple cider vinegar.  The vinegar helps in pulling out and impurities.  I use vinegar when cooking chicken or turkey.  After the chicken has unthawed we are officially ready to begin.


Chicken Wingettes of course (I used 24)

1 TBS of the following spices

Garlic Powder
Onion Powder
No-Salt Seasoning (like Mrs. Dash or Trader Joe’s 21 Salute)

½ tsp Black Pepper

Grape Seed Oil (or oil of your choice)

1/4 Cup of Franks Hot sauce

1 TBS of butter


Pre-Heat the oven to 450°

Take a sheet pan and line it with parchment paper

Drain the chicken and pat dry with paper towel and put back into the bowl

Get a small bowl and pour all your spices into the bowl and stir to get everything evenly mixed together.


Your chicken should be dry in a large bowl.  Add all your spices from the bowl.  Now take your hands and massage the spices all over the wingettes.  Be sure that each wing is evenly coated with seasoning.

Next transfer the chicken onto the sheet pan lined with parchment paper.  Once you have all the chicken onto the pan drizzle with grape seed oil (or oil of your choice)

Place into your Pre-heated 450° oven for 45 minutes to and hour.

5 minutes before your wings are done, make your hot wing sauce. In a small pot on medium high heat add your hot sauce and butter. Once the mixture is warm and butter melted it’s done. This takes 5 minutes or less.

Once the wings are done and removed from the oven. Pour your sauce over the chicken and place back into the oven for 5 minutes longer. Once they are down allow the wingettes to cool and enjoy with your side of choice or as an appetizer.


Until Next Time,


Crock Pot Asian Inspired Sticky Wings

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So this recipe is perfect for those times when you forget to unthaw your food……but you have an idea for a great dish. This is exactly how this dish came about.


1/3 cup honey
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
1/3 cup amini acid (or low sodium soy sauce)
3 garlic cloves, minced
1 teaspoon ginger
1 teaspoon sriracha (or your favorite hot sauce)
black pepper
15-20 chicken wings
1 tablespoon cornstarch
sesame seeds



In a sauce pan add the honey, brown sugar, balsamic vinegar, amino acid, garlic, ginger, sriracha and black pepper to taste. Bring the mix to a boil, then lower the temperature and simmer for 5 minutes (until the sugar dissolves). Remove from heat and allow to cool for a 2 minutes.

Place the chicken into the crock pot. Pour the sauce over the chicken and move the chicken around so that it is completely coated with sauce. Put the lid on and cook on high for 5 hours if using frozen chicken and 4 hours if your chicken is unthawed. Flip chicken a couple of times during the cooking process.

Once finished cooking, remove the chicken and place in a medium bowl. Now in a small bowl, mix together the cornstarch and 2 TBS of the liquid from the crock pot, then pour into the crock pot with the leftover sauce. Mix together well, place chicken back into the crock pot and let cook for about 10 minutes (or until the sauce starts to thicken up). Just before serving, sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Korean Double Fried Chicken Wingettes

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This dish was a special treat for my daughter’s aka sous chef. My girls “LOVE” wingettes and I am always looking for new way’s to make them. All the while teaching them how to cook. Last week we were on youtube looking for some recipe’s they would actually eat, we were successful. It can be trying to find new thing’s for them to try, since they are super taster aka very picky eaters. We now use the term super tasters instead of picky because of a school assignment. The assignment breaks down why some people are selective eaters,  etc. I must say the assignment was very informative and gives me a better understanding on their food likes and dislikes.  Now that we are informed let’s jump into the wingettes that were a must try.

I have fried wingettes before but never with this technique. This technique made the wingettes very crunchy and juicy on the inside.

Ok so let’s get started

12 wingettes (or more I just made a small batch for the family)
1/2 tsp paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper
1/8 tsp of powdered ginger
1/4 tsp Sea Salt
3/4 Cup of Cornstarch
Oil for frying (I used


Clean wingettes and dry thoroughly. ( I soak my wingettes in water and 1/4 cup of vinegar) for 20 minutes and dry. Place in a large bowl.

Put all season into a bowl and mix together. (EXCEPT THE SALT)

Heat oil in a frying pan to 350°

While your oil is heating, add your seasoning to the wingettes and fully coat each wingette.



Roll the wingettes into the cornstarch and fully coat.


Fry in small batches of 4 to 6 wingettes at a time for 10-12 minutes. Remove and place in a bowl lined with paper towel to drain excess oil. Once your wingettes have been fried once it’s time for the second fry. Place 4 to 6 wingettes back in the oil for another 10- 12 minutes.

Once done immediately add salt.


Drizzle with (honey or maple syrup and a few dashes of hot sauce) Boy oh Boy these are a great treat every once in a while.

Enjoy…..we certainly did…lol.

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Korean Style Soy Sauce Oven Fried Chicken

New Recipe added to the menu……….my family loved, loved, loved this.


I just happen to be online and I saw recipes for Korean Style Chicken.  I had to give it a try.  The issue with most of the recipes was that, they were mostly fried.  Since fried food is limited in my house…….I had to find a way to make it healthier but not loose the flavor.  So I found a winner that allows you to have the best of both worlds………..flavorful and healthier.

So let’s get right into it


12-14 wingettes

1/4 cup of soy sauce

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar or vinegar of choice such as rice wine etc.

2 tsp of onion powder, garlic powder, paprika

mix soy sauce, vinegar and seasoning in a large bowl…….add wings and thoroughly coat wings with the mixture.  Let this marinate in the refrigerator for 30 mins.  You can even marinate over night for deeper flavor.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.  Place the wings on the sheet and pour on the remainder of the sauce over top of the wings.  Bake at 475 degrees for 45 mins to an hour.

Feel free to garnish with sesame seed and spring onions

Enjoy, Happy Cooking & Until Next Time,