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Asian Chicken Wings

If you love Asian flavors and you love chicken wings, these Asian chicken wings are the best of both worlds. 

Chicken Wings

Wings!! One of my favorite Keto foods. Friday nights are usually wing nights at our house, and these are a hit! I love all Asian food. Unfortunately, since it’s so carb-heavy, I don’t eat it anymore. However, incorporating the Asian flavors in Keto recipes like this one is easy to do.

Asian Chicken Wings

How to make Asian Chicken Wings

The key to perfect baked chicken wings is to be sure you completely dry them and then toss them in baking powder to soak out any extra moisture. This little trick will make the wings taste like they have been fried in oil. My husband loves these so much that he doesn’t want them any other way.

I like to buy the 10 lb bags of frozen chicken wings at Costco. I then divide them into freezer bags. This takes a bit more time on the front end but helps on the back end when meal prepping. Just take a bag out of the freezer a few days before and they will be ready to go.

Step 1-

Toss the wings in baking powder. 1 tsp per pound will be good enough. You want to coat the wings, but not cover them in baking powder.

Chicken Wings

Step 2-

Make the sauce. Add all of the sauce ingredients in a bowl and combine. Taste it to see if you need to add more soy sauce or garlic. You can alter the spice level also.

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Step 3-

Bake the wings for about 50 minutes. You’ll want to flip them about half way through to make sure they are evenly crispy on both sides.

Baked Salt and Vinegar Chicken wings

Step 4-

Toss the wings in the sauce. Make sure to coat them well and let them sit for a few minutes for the sauce to thicken onto the wings.

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Enjoy!

Keto wings
Asian Chicken Wings

Asian Chicken Wings

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

These chicken wings are sweet, spicy and umami at the same time.

Ingredients

Instructions

For the Chicken Wings:

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Dry wings as much as possible with paper towels. Place wings in Mixing Bowl and add the baking powder. Toss to coat.
  3. Line chicken wings on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.
  4. Bake wings for 50-60 minutes.

For the sauce:

  1. Combine tamari, sesame oil, ginger, sambal oelek, and Lakanto Maple Syrup in a small saucepan over low heat. Mix until syrup is thin and ingredients are well combined.
  2. Place baked wings in a large bowl and pour the sauce all over the wings. Toss well to combine.
  3. Top with chopped cilantro and scallions.
  4. Enjoy!

Notes

If you like your wings more crispy keep them in the oven for the full 60 minutes. Flip the wings after 30 minutes. If you like more sauce on your wings you can double the recipe.

Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 497Total Fat 37gSaturated Fat 13gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 21gCholesterol 124mgSodium 595mgCarbohydrates 15gFiber 1gSugar 0gProtein 26g

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Asian Chicken Wings
Chicken Wings

Looking for more awesome wing recipes? Check out these Salt and Vinegar Wings!

More Keto recipes to try:

  1. Keto Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Rosemary
  2. Spicy Smoked Wings
  3. Salt and Vinegar Chicken Wings

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6 thoughts on “Asian Chicken Wings”

  1. I’m confused about where all the carbs come from. The 2 Tbs of Lakanto Maple Syrup on has 6g and that’s for the 2 lbs of wings. So where is the 15g of carbs per serving listed coming from? Am I missing something?

  2. Thank you J, for bringing this up! The carbs in this recipe primarily come from the Lakanto Maple Syrup, as you mentioned. However, there are also small amounts of carbs from other ingredients like the Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce used in this recipe that may contribute to the total carb count. Each ingredient adds a bit, and these can accumulate, especially when serving sizes are calculated. If the numbers still seem off, it might be worth double-checking the nutritional info for each ingredient you’re using, as brands can vary slightly in their carb counts. Let me know if this helps clarify things!

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