Chicken drumettes are the fleshy part of chicken wings. You can use it in place of regular wings any dish, for example these BBQ chicken drumettes with coleslaw. The recipe features a quick BBQ sauce that doesn’t need cooking or blending. In addition, it is lower in sugar than regular BBQ sauce if you can get your hands on a sugar-free ketchup (I used this brand). The coleslaw dressing is not made with mayonnaise, but with either kefir or buttermilk. Buttermilk is the classic choice but I prefer the tanginess of kefir. Either way, the dressing is light and great for summer. You can make this recipe as a main…
I realise Asian baked chicken wings is not a very descriptive dish name but bear with me. This recipe was inspired by a Peruvian dish called “chicharrón de pollo”. As you may or may not know, there has been a large influx of Chinese migrants in Perú, particularly between the late 1800s and the early 1900s. I tweaked the recipe to use chicken wings instead of breast and baked instead of fried. The wings have enough fat (and there’s a bit of sesame oil in the marinade) so they don’t need to be fried. Serve it with steamed or stir-fried vegetables of your choice.