Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings

These Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings were born out of one of those evenings where I

1. didn’t plan dinner in advance
2.. was feeling lazy

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings

This happens more than you would think at la casa de Rem-Pard.

Sunday morning Peter and I went straight to business and hopped on to the motorcycle to Flower Market Road. This part of Hong Kong is exactly as it sounds–flowers, plants, seeds, and everything you’d need to grow a garden. We picked up a few things and ordered a few more to be delivered later.

(follow along with me to the flower market and other adventures via instagram @premolona)

Afterwards we made our way home to unpack and wait for a few precious deliveries– our new grill, outdoor fan, and gas tank. When they arrived Peter carried everything up to the 8th floor (that’s the 9th floor for those of you in the US) and then worked under the Hong Kong summer sun to set it all up while I started thinking about how to put our new grill to use.

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings

Sidebar: I’ve generally found that in Hong Kong when I refer to our “grill” as a grill, people are a bit confused. The more common term to use is a barbecue/BBQ. But I’m from Texas– Let me assure you, not everything you put on that grill is BBQ 😉

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings

fresh off the grill– crispy side up

Having already gone up and down the 120+ steps to our apartment a few times already, the last thing I wanted to do was make another trip just to go to the grocery store to feed us. So I looked at the ingredients we already had and whisked together this delicious wing sauce.

Sriracha for spice, honey for sweetness (and to give your wings some crisp on the grill), and orange juice for extra tang

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings

It was so ridiculously easy and you could easily change up the recipe a bit depending on what you find in your pantry– sub lemon juice for the orange juice, use brown sugar instead of honey

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings

Before you know it you’ll have saucy delicious wings for a lazy Sunday night dinner or for your next party

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings

Ingredients

  • 1.5-2 lbs bone in chicken wings
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 1/2 cup sriracha
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp vinegar
  • juice of half orange

Instructions

  1. In a small saucepan, melt butter over low heat
  2. Add in sriracha, honey, vinegar and orange juice
  3. Continue stirring until sauce is slightly thickened (approx 5 min)
  4. Place wings on medium heat BBQ grill
  5. Turn frequently until wings are cooked through (approx 25 min)
  6. Brush wings on both sides with sauce
  7. Close lid and cook for additional 5 minutes
  8. Remove from grill and toss in remaining sauce to coat
  9. Serve hot
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Grilled Sriracha Honey Wings - Spicy Sriracha, sweet honey and tangy orange juice coat deliciously crisp chicken wings, fresh from the grill

  • Frankly Entertaining

    These look amazing! I can’t wait to try them out. My husband is a wing fanatic, so I think this will be a popular recipe!

    • Great to hear! Hope you enjoy them

  • Patti

    The hotter the better for Garry, so these look like a win!

    • Sounds like he shares my taste buds! Let me know if you give them a try 🙂

  • These look so delicious! I love sriracha so these will be a must-make for me!

    • I love sriracha too. I keep some in my desk at work just in case my lunch needs some spice