Vietnamese Baked Hoisin Glazed Chicken Wing Recipe (Canh Ga Nuong Tuong)

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Canh Ga Nuong Tuong

Chicken wing make great finger food for movie nights, picnic, potluck or parties. There are countless way to prepare chicken wing. I think the most famous one is coated them some sauce either sweet or spicy one. Chicken wing itself without coating sauce can be simply boring and tasteless. Tired of your regular buffalo chicken wing ?. Try something new such as Vietnamese style hoisin glazed chicken wings. I love this simple and tasty baked chicken wing. Hoisin sauce gives savory taste, a little bit of hint of sweetness from honey and some aromatic from ginger, scallion and garlic yet black pepper generate a little bit kick in your mouth.

Fixing Vietnamese baked hoisin glazed chicken wing is totally easy. The recipe itself simple enough to follow. It could be you just need to get exotic "hoisin" sauce from Asian market. That's all. This sauce is available widely in Asian specialty grocery or even online.


What You Need

Serves 5

Ingredients

15 chicken wings

5 tbsp hoisin sauce

1 1/2 tbsp honey

3 garlic cloves, finely minced

3/4 tsp salt

1/3 tsp black pepper

2 scallion, finely minced

1 tsp finely minced fresh ginger


How to Fix

  • In a large mixing bowl, put hoisin sauce, honey, garlic, salt, black pepper, scallion and ginger. Stir to combine the marinade ingredients. Then add chicken wings. Marinate chicken wings overnight in this marinade mixture.
  • Place chicken wings on baking sheet. Bake them in 350 F oven. Occasionally brush chicken wings with marinade. It will take about 30 minutes to cook. During the last 5 minutes of cooking, turn oven intro broil. Broil chicken wings to get nice char. Turning 1 or 2 times to avoid burning.
  • Serve chicken wings hot or even at room temperature.


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Hoisin Glazed Chicken Wings

How to Make Your Own Hoisin Sauce

How to Cut Chicken Wings

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anglnwu 4 years ago

Yum, I love chicken wings. Glad to learn another way of preparing it. Thanks and rated up.


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jojokaya 4 years ago from USA Author

Easy to make and delicious too.

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