Five-Spices Chicken Wings

"From the issue of August 2006, Coup de Pouce. They are made on the BBQ. There is 2 hours time for marinade."
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  • Cut the tips of chicken wings and throw them away. Cut the chicken wings in two at the joints.
  • In a big bowl, mix remaining ingredients, except the honey.
  • Add chicken wings and flip to coat well.
  • Cover and let marinate 2 hours in the fridge. (You can do this step one day ahead and cover them. They will be good until the next day).
  • Put the barbecue to medium heat.
  • Put the chicken wings on a greased grill or in a grill basket.
  • Close the cover of barbecue and cook for about 25 minutes or until chicken wings are crispy and juice runs clear when poking with a fork. (MAKE SURE TO FLIP THEM SOMETIMES).
  • Baste chicken wings with honey, close cover of barbecue and keep cooking 3 minutes (flip them one time).

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  1. queenbeatrice
    Followed recipe as listed and was very pleased with the end result. Will make this one again, thanks for sharing :)
  2. alligirl
    I have to say that these are my favorite wings in a long time! :-) We really enjoyed the flavor; I think the 5 Spice Powder just kicks these up a notch! I can't wait to share these with my friends; I know they will love them too! I did cook mine on an indoor grill, due to weather, and they got a little 'done', but it was fine for us. Thanks for sharing, Boomette! Made for ZWT.
  3. tammywales
    Used boneless, skinless chicken thighs instead of wings and marinated for 8 hours. The only tweak I made was to use sesame oil instead of vegetable oil to add another layer of flavor. Delicious! Will definitely make again.
  4. I'mPat
    I used just over a kilo of wings between 3 of us (I cut of the tips and froze them later for making stock) and left the other 2 halves intact and baked at 175C fan forced for 45 - 50 minutes, drizzling the honey every 15 minutes and the result was suculant tasty wings. Thank you Boomette, made for Everyday A Holiday.
  5. breezermom
    Other than decreasing the cooking time, I wouldn't change a thing! Perfection! Perfect Superbowl wings. Thanks for sharing!


  1. tammywales
    The only tweak I made was to use sesame oil instead of vegetable oil to add another layer of flavor.


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