Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

Developed for RSC#18. A different but delicious way to serve a favorite snack! Feel free to cook the wings however you like best - bake, fry, grill - whatever. I set them on a metal cooling rack on a baking sheet in the oven for 45 minutes initially. 1 hour cook time is how long it took me to make this by baking the wings. It may differ for you depending on your method of cooking your wings. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. While your wings are cooking, steep your tea. I used 1tsp tea leaves in 2c boiling water & let it sit for 10 minutes, then strained it. You could use 3 tea bags in a similar manner.
  2. Empty tomato paste into a bowl, add corn syrup & spices. Mix thoroughly. Add 1 - 2c of the tea until it to your desired consistency. I used 1 3/4c.
  3. With a pastry brush, slather the sauce on the wings. Bake for 15 minutes in a 400F oven until the sauce has become one with the wings. Let cool for a moment then enjoy. Don't forget the napkins!


Most Helpful

Definately out of the three recipes I tried for the contest this clearly was the favorite, and worth the 5 stars, if not more. Thought the sauce was exceptional, as it was enough for a 3 pound batch, with just enough to use as a dip for some fries. Sauce was perfectly seasoned with a different, but nicely flavored. Good luck in the contest. Made for RSC 18..

weekend cooker May 30, 2012

Yummy! These turned out so good and were super easy to make. I used 6 wings that I cut in half and made the full amount of sauce. I used 1 cup of the tea and that was the perfect consistency for my taste. The wings not only looked gorgeous, they tasted like "MORE". Thanks so much for sharing a true keeper. Good luck in the contest.

CJAY May 30, 2012

I couldn't wait to taste these while they were baking...even my husband started getting impatient :) They cooked perfectly after I pre-cooked the wings, then basted them and had them cook for 15 more minutes. When we ate them, my husband wasn't too thrilled with the sauce, but I liked it! I slathered more sauce on my wings after, my only wish is that the sauce was either more salty or more sweet. The chai taste was definitely there though and I enjoyed eating something different--I never would have thought of chai bbq sauce. If I make this again, I will add more salt and more corn syrup. Made for RSC #18.

AlainaF May 28, 2012

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