Spicey Asian pepper wings

By Alia sheya  RedBird Chicken  Asian  Frying

Easy, fun and a great game day treat for you and your family or friends. These tangy sweet and spicy wings are a hit at any party!

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr 15 mins


3 pounds RedBird Chicken wings

Peanut Oil

Salt and fresh black pepper

1/2 cup honey

one full jar of soy sauce (low-Sodium)

1/4 cup garlic rice wine vinegar

2tablespoons butter

4 cloves garlic

1 tablespoon garlic powder

3-7 Asian hot peppers depending on how spicy you like it.( for more spice keep seeds in )

1 tablespoon ginger

3 green onions copped


start by using a large and tall pot for deep frying put enough oil in the pot to cover the wings completely. The burner should be on high you want your wings to have a nice golden crisp to them. Next, season your wings with a little salt, pepper, and garlic powder then place about 3 to 4 wings in at a time. While the wings are cooking (about 7 to 10 minutes) place in a sauce pan on medium heat your butter allow the butter to melt then add in your garlic, hot peppers and green onions copped (Be sure to save enough green onion to top the wings after they are done!) Then add in your whole bottle of low sodium soy sauce and honey you can always add more or less of everything depending on what you like. let this simmer and stir until it gets thick. take your wings pat the extra oil off and place in large bowl add the sauce when finished to the bowl and mix the wings around until fully covered. Place on a platter with a sprinkle of sesame seed and green onion to your tasting and enjoy!

Thank you Jammin 101.5and Alia Sheya!