I love chicken wings provided the sauce used is full of flavour and this recipe is perfect as it gives you the option of using sugar or a sugar alternative. Like your wings a bit spicier then simply increase the amount of hot sauce.
600G Chicken wings
1tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2tbsp White wine vinegar
3tbsp Frank’s hot sauce
3 tbsp Sweet freedom fruit syrup
3 Cloves of garlic crushed
Combine all the ingredients except the wings, mix well and then coat the chicken wings. Marinate for 24 hours making sure you stir the wing mix every so often. When you are ready to cook the wings separate them from the sauce and place in your mesh basket. Make sure the coals are hot but there are no flames or the sugar in the marinade will burn and avoid placing the wings too close to the coals for the same reason. Alternatively pop into a fan oven at 160 degrees or a normal oven at 180 degrees and cook for 35-40 minutes. Just before the wings are cooked take the leftover marinade and pop it in a saucepan, bring to the boil and then cook for about 5 minutes so that it thickens. When the wings are cooked place in a serving dish and either pour the marinade over or pop it in little dipping bowls and serve with the chicken.
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