Roast Chicken Wings.

These are a staple in our family and are super easy to whip up. Great for party, or for those days where you just want simple snack food and beer for dinner.


1/2 kg of chicken wings/drumlets (we like to use the centre section and the drumlets only)
5 T BBQ sauce or Oyster Sauce
1 t Cajun seasonings (I just give a generously shake of this)
1 T Shaoxing Huatiao wine
1 T sesame seed oil
1 t honey (optional)


Marinade the chicken wings in BBQ sauce. Mix thoroughly.

Use enough BBQ or oyster sauce to coat the chicken evenly.

Shake a good amount of cajun seasonings into the chicken mixture.

Mix it up properly.

Add the wine and sesame oil. And mix thoroughly again.

Cover with cling wrap and store in fridge for at least 2 hours, or overnight.

Remove chicken from marinade. And place on a baking sheet, lined with baking paper (very important, otherwise you’ll have alot of scrubbing and cleaning to do later). Arrange the wings under side UP.

Place in a 200 deg Celsius oven for 15 – 20 mins, depending on the size of the wings.

In the meantime, reserve the remaining marinade and add a teaspoon of honey if you like the wings sweeter. I don’t care for this step myself, since I like mine salty.

When the wings are done, remove them from the oven. They will look like this.

Flip the wings over and baste with the reserved marinade.

Place back in the oven for 10 – 15 mins. They are ready once the other side is brown as well.

Place them on a plate and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.

Dig in!

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  1. do u think the same receipe can be apply on pork? =P hehehehe.. i m not good at cooking

    • Hi Irene, I use the same style on pork ribs sometimes and it works too.

  2. yipeee…. thank u for your reply. Cos was cracking my brain on what to cook for this coming weekend when I saw your cooking “history” entries. Keep it going.. & I enjoy reading your step by step tutorial. ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Dear Bing,

    I love your blog. Can I fried the wings instead?


    • Thanks Gill! You can fry the wings, but I would suggest you dredge them lightly in some flour before dipping the wings into the hot oil. That would give them a nice crust.

  4. Wow you are fast! Thank you. The photos are very well taken and they work as good illustrations.


  5. You are such a talent ! Keep up the good works. I am very impressed. Very nice of you to share : )


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