Let’s get one thing straight: Buffalo does not have a monopoly on wings. In Thailand, you’ll find them glazed with a sweet chili sauce; in Vietnam, they’re seasoned with lemongrass and fish sauce. Here, several ingredients, including coconut milk, fish sauce, lemongrass, and sweet chili sauce, recreate a bit of that Asian flavor. The look may be unusual, but using a skewer to stretch out your chicken wings increases the amount of exposed skin that can crisp up during cooking, as well as absorb the marinade and smoky flavors from the grill. What’s more, wings on a stick are fun to eat.
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My teenage sons were having the COVID-19 blues because they missed their friends. These wings brought big smiles to their faces. They immediately shared a picture of the delight with their friends. The wings I bought were precut, so I dispensed with the skewers and used a grilling mat. Worked well.
easy & tasty, I doubled the marinade
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