Easy Oven Baked Korean Drumettes

Easy Oven Baked Korean Drumettes

Sweet and Tangy Korean Drumettes

Some regions of the world are responsible for some great flavors. Korea is one such region. The flavors of Korean cuisine are notably hot and spicy; I prefer to tame the spiciness. Korean food can also be sweet and tangy, and this is the flavor combination that appeals to my palate. In preparing these baked Korean drumettes, I leant toward the sweet and tangy. A little blend of soy sauce, some honey and ginger really make this recipe. I like to rein in the salt intake, so I substituted coconut aminos for the soy sauce. And if preferred you can always add a few dashes of red pepper flakes to your marinade to up the heat. Sweet, tangy and spicy is definitely doable. If you have a hungry clan to feed, precooking these wings make them a breeze to get on the table in a hurry. Pair them with a side of our homemade seasoned fries and the kids will eat this up In a New York minute.

Baked Korean Drumettes

Baked Korean Drumettes

These delicious Korean drumettes are a great anytime recipe. They can be served as an appetizer. Just add a spicy sriracha mayonnaise sauce on the side for dipping. They can be served for lunch or dinner. Just add fries and some coleslaw or some creamy mashed potatoes. The little ones will be happy with a side of ketchup. Talk about finger licking good. And pleasing for everyone. Meals donít get any easier than this. These can be made with flats as well for a more chicken wing experience.

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Oven baked Korean Drumettes
Koren Drumettes
Cuisine Korean
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Cuisine Korean
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Koren Drumettes
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425°
  2. Precook chicken by adding to a large pot of lightly salted boiling water for 10 minutes. Drain and set aside
  3. In a large bowl Stir to combine all remaining ingredients. Reserve 1/2 cup of sauce for basting. Add chicken to remaining sauce and toss to coat
  4. Transfer to a parchment lined baking. Bake, basting chicken every 5 minutes, until cooked through and slightly charred. About 20 minutes

Korean Olympic Drumettes

These drumettes were created as a nod to South Korea and the olympics. They were a wonderful appetizer to eat while we watched the winter olympics in the South Korea city of Pyeongchang. The winter games made for some great tv viewing, but the I did not envy the weather one little bit. Way too cold for me!

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