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

Seasoning:

In a small bowl mix the following.

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

Method:

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.

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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.

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Let’s get right into it……..

Ingredients:

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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)

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Method:

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!

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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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