Chicken wings are so reasonable to buy and I mostly opt for them when hosting guests at home. They are so yummy, simple to prepare and so perfect for hosting especially when you have a low budget. They go well with potatoes ( either as Salad or roasted or baked) and you can have a green salad on the side too. I prepared these chicken wings for my radio interview at one of the well-known radio station in my city. Oh…. everybody could not stop eating, and there were no leftovers at all. The comments and the feedback I received were finger licking good!
If you are hosting in the coming weeks, or going to have a BBQ dinner, this recipe is just for you. It is such a simple recipe with ingredients that are readily available. Your guests will rave about them for days
1.5kg chicken wings (20-22 wings)
3 tbs Robertsons Cajun Creole rub
3 tbs Robertsons Brazilian smokehouse run
2 tbs roughly chopped fresh rosemary
½ cup tomato sauce/ ketchup
½ cup sweet chilli sauce
½ brown marinade sauce
30ml soy sauce
60ml hot chutney sauce
A bit of olive oil
1 whole fresh lemon, freshly squeezed.
Rub the chicken wings with the Robertsons rubs and rosemary, and drizzle with some olive oil.
Whisk all other ingredients together in a mixing bowl to make the marinade.
Add the wings onto to the marinade, making sure that the marinade covers the wings. Marinate for an hour, I marinated mine overnight, overnight is the best.
Preheat oven to 180 Degree Celsius.
Bake for 45 minutes to an hour.
Halfway through the baking time and 5 minutes before removing from the oven, bast the chicken with what is left of the marinade.