These sweet and salty wings are so good, you'll be licking your fingers clean.
I'm always looking for a new wing sauce, and this citrus version was a really big hit with my friends—so I knew I had to share it with you guys. Soy sauce is a perfect match for the citrus because it balances the sour and acidic flavors of the fruit with the savory, salty deep characteristics it's so well-known for.
A bit of brown sugar and chili flake make this sauce the perfect balance of salty, sweet, savory and sour that makes any sauce great, especially on wings.
First, juice all the fruit.
Soy sauce in the pan with brown sugar makes the base of this glaze.
Pour in your citrus.
After the wings come out of the marinade, lightly coat them with some rice flour.
Fry them up, and then toss them in the hot pan with the glaze.
The glaze sticks to the wings perfectly!
Some celery and mint to finish them off.
Dan Whalen (tFimb) could open a wing place with 100 sauces. He has been blogging for over 6 years at The Food in My Beard; check Dan's Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!