Spicy Korean BBQ Chicken Wings – Keto Gochujang BBQ Wings | Keto on a Budget Recipes

Spicy Korean BBQ Chicken Wings – Keto Gochujang BBQ Wings | Keto on a Budget Recipes

July 21, 2019 2 By William Morgan


Welcome to keto meals and recipes dot com. Today. I’ll be demonstrating the easiest way to make my delicious
spicy Korean chicken wings
This is an extremely easy recipe to make. Besides the wings, there are only two additional ingredients.
That is, if you have already prepared my hot, Korean barbecue sauce, also called hot gochujang barbecue sauce,
which I made in the previous video and, in my totally unbiased opinion, it’s a really great barbecue sauce
I hope you give it a try because you’ll love it. The second ingredient you’ll need is some roasted sesame seed oil
I’d also like to mention that at the end of the wings demo
I will be showing you how to mix and match the wings
to serve them as a party snack or if you want you can also serve them for your dinner
I will also show you a couple other options if you don’t want to make wings that night
but want to use this barbecue sauce, and which are even more budget-friendly than making the wings.
As many viewers have suggested, I will also provide all the macro nutrient information
for each serving combination so that you can make dinner or snack choices
depending on what you like as side dishes with these wings. The macronutrient ratio for these spicy
Korean barbecue wings is 2.4 to 1 with
9.1 grams of total carbs
0.3 grams of soluble fibers for 0.1 gram of insoluble fiber resulting in
8.7 grams of net carbs per serving. By the way,
I really do like these wings cut up. If you have bought the whole wings,
I would like to recommend you watch my crispy sweet spicy hot barbeque chicken wings video
because in that video I take you through a step-by-step demonstration of how to cut your wings into tips, flats and drumettes
After you have your cut pieces of the wing rinse them well and pat everything dry. After patting everything dry
separate the tips and place them into a freezer safe container and store them in your freezer for some future use
Place the other parts into a large mixing bowl.
Add the roasted sesame seed oil into the bowl and then also add the hot Korean barbecue sauce on top of the wings
and now toss well to ensure every piece of the chicken wing is well coated
After coating all the wings, leave them in the bowl, but set them aside for about 30 minutes
Or, if you’re preparing this the night before, cover the bowl with cling wrap and refrigerate it
Just remember to take it out and let the meat get to room temperature before proceeding
While your wings are marinating, you could also prepare a side dish such as my keto jicama french fries
We like the jicama fries because the flavors are very
complementary to the wings
Also, if you’re preparing the jicama fries while the wings are marinating, you can put the wings on the top third of your oven and
the
jicama fries on the bottom third and then just make sure that your setting is on top and bottom. The other thing you can prep
while the wings are marinating is the tasty Korean dipping sauce. The sauce is a cool complement to the hot and spicy wings
I rarely barbeque on an outdoor grill, so I usually make my wings in the oven
I do find the oven method is quick and easy
All you have to do is preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit or 200 degrees Celsius
The next thing I do is I line my baking sheet with aluminum foil and place a wire rack on top of the
cookie sheet
I’m not fond of cleanings and the aluminum foil makes it much easier to clean up, but this isn’t
necessary. When it’s time to put the wings in the oven now place your wing pieces on the wire rack.
Leave a bit of space between each of the pieces
This will allow better air circulation and for the pieces to get done more evenly
Then when all your chicken wing pieces are nicely placed on your wire rack
Place into the middle position or the top third if you’re also making the jicama and set your timer for 30 to 35 minutes
At that time check your wings to see if they’re done
And if you’re making the jicama at the same time
I would recommend that you toss the jicama a bit, but we like our wings a bit crispy
so if I’m also just doing them in the middle position of the oven, I usually put them in for another 10 minutes
and, if it’s just the wings that I’m baking, it’s usually about 45 minutes in total
But remember to keep an eye on the wings with this additional time
so they do not burn. If you do like to do outdoor barbecuing, these work beautifully on an outdoor barbecue
Whichever method you wish to do your wings when they’re done
remove the wings off the rack and place it on a serving plate to let the wings cool for about five to ten minutes before
serving. I wish you were here to smell this delicious aroma.
It’s sweet, spicy,
and so really mouth-watering appetizing. Here are the wings with the keto Korean dipping sauce combination,
but in order to have proper portion control, I do usually serve them on individual platters.
And here’s the macronutrient chart for this option. As you can see, there is very little effect on the macros.
And if you’ve made the jicama according to my recipe,
here’s the macro chart for the wings, dipping sauce and the jicama fries
And another option you can do is to prepare my easy keto Korean zucchini spears
And here’s the macronutrient chart for the wings and zucchini spears
Another option I like to make when I can find a jicama is my Thai jicama salad
which, by the way, is really easy to make. It just looks impressive. In the video link that will be provided,
I demonstrate two different keto versions of my Thai jicama salad.
if you do make this salad make extra because it keeps really well in the fridge for several days
and, as seems to be usual with keto food, the taste just develops and gets better, and the macronutrient chart for this option is
shown here. I hope that these suggestions and macronutrient charts have been useful to you
please let me know which option you like best or intend to make
Lastly if you find wings a little bit too expensive or you’re not in the mood for wings that day
I also use chicken thighs or full chicken legs and do the same prep steps as for the wings
The result is you get the same amazing taste and these last two options with the thighs and the legs are even more budget-friendly
than the wings. Thank you very much for watching this video
Please share this video or any of my other videos with your friends and family and show them how wonderful a
well-balanced, whole food based keto meal can really be
The link for the printable spicy Korean barbecue wing recipe, as well as the link for all the other
recipe videos will be provided in the description below