Gluten & dairy free
As the weather heats up and summer finally kicks in, Mustard Family Foods’ new sauce box is the perfect accompaniment to your family BBQ or gathering.
The delicious frozen spicy Korean gochujang sauce is bound to be a hit with the family; it’s our modern take of sweet and sour. It has a touch of heat, is sticky, sweet and absolutely perfect with chicken wings. For an equally delicious vegetarian or vegan snack , just swap the wings for crispy tofu pieces or cauliflower.
Spicy Korean Chicken Wings Recipe
4 - 5
Mustard Family Foods’ frozen Spicy Korean gochujang sauce, also sold within our Summer Sauce Box is a great, versatile sauce- simply defrost overnight in the fridge and then follow the below recipe to create these seriously addictive spicy Korean chicken wings.
25 – 30 Chicken wings
1 Bag Mustard Family Foods frozen spicy Korean gochujang sauce
2tsp Sesame seeds, black or white or both
3 Spring onion stems, finely sliced
Good pinch of salt and cracked black pepper
Good glug of olive oil
Remove the frozen spicy Korean gochujang sauce from the freezer the night before and defrost in the fridge.
Place the chicken wings into a large bowl, drizzle with oil, season with salt and cracked black pepper and tumble to evenly coat. Spread the wings onto a flat baking tray and pop them into the oven at 180c for 45 – 50 mins until golden brown.
Check that the wings are cooked by piercing the skin and ensuring that the cooking juices run clear.
Empty the Korean gochujang sauce into a large pan big enough to hold the cooked chicken wings as well. Heat the sauce until hot and bubbling, then add the cooked chicken wings, moving the wings in the pan so they all get coated with the -succulent sauce.
Place them onto your serving plate of choice, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds, sliced spring onion and enjoy!
These wings have simply been seasoned with salt and pepper, but you could always marinade the wings with other herbs and spices. You could grate fresh ginger and garlic, mix with honey, rub around the wings and then cook in the oven.
Alternatively, these wings could be cooked on the BBQ, coated with the spicy Korean gochujang sauce and pushed to the back of the BBQ until caramelised.
Spicy Korean Gochujang Nutritionals:
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Katie Brooke Green
After honing her skills at Westminster Kingsway, culinary competitions and the kitchens of many high end restaurants, it was a drive for new challenges whilst fusing her talents of a fine art degree that led to moving into food and product development. Having developed and launched many products with top retailers Waitrose and M&S, working with established manufacturers, airline and food delivery services, as well as heading up food development at prominent restaurants groups such as The Ivy Collection.