These chicken wings are super easy to make, have amazing flavor and are sure to be a hit with your dining companions.
Korean-Inspired Low FODMAP Chicken Wings
These chicken wings are super easy to make, have amazing flavor and are sure to be a hit with your dining companions. Most of the marinade is discarded, keeping the flavor and FODMAPs in check!
chicken wings, about 20 (mix of drumettes and flats, or whatever you prefer!)
soy sauce, 1 cup
rice wine vinegar, 3/4 cup
mirin, 3 tablespoons
garlic scape powder, 1 teaspoon
ginger powder, 1/2 teaspoon
Set up a foil-lined baking sheet pan with a wire rack on top and set your oven to high broil.
Combine soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, mirin, garlic scape powder and ginger powder in a bowl or plastic bag and combine well.
Add chicken pieces to the liquid and let marinate for about 30 minutes.
Remove chicken wings from the marinade and pat dry (you can discard the leftover liquid).
Lay out the wings on your wire-racked baking sheet, giving each enough space so they are not touching each other, and put in the top 3rd of the oven, 6-8 inches from the top broiling coils.
Broil for about 8 minutes until getting crispy on the first side. Flip them all over and let it go another 8 minutes or so until they look nice and golden crisp. If you prefer, feel free to barbecue these on a hot grill instead!
Serve with white rice, broccoli florets and a glass of dry Riesling wine.