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Grilled Thai curry chicken wings are ready in just 20 minutes thanks to Tyson’s Grillin’ Wings and an easy homemade curry wing sauce for an easy party food!
I love chicken wings. In fact my entire extended family loves wings so much that we eat mounds of wings every Christmas Eve. While we all love wings, we often disagree over what flavor, and what heat, we like the most. Some of us like barbecue, some prefer a Parmesan garlic, others like a traditional wing sauce. But one of our current new favorites is Thai curry wings.
My dad’s birthday is coming up next May and this will be first time we’ve celebrated his birthday with him in probably close to a decade. I keep debating over what to make for his birthday dinner. I have a few labor intensive recipes planned so I needed to find an easy recipe or two. I decided that wings would be an easy party food to make and headed to Sam’s Club to see what I could find. I picked a nice big bag of Tyson Grillin’ Wings. The bag said that the wings would be ready in just 20 minutes on the grill – perfect! I could even get my husband to grill them for me on party day.
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I also nabbed some Country Time Lemonade. It’s a quick way to make a pitcher of lemonade to cool down from some spicy wings!
The wings are pretty much pre-cooked – you are just warming them up on the grill. I made my Thai curry sauce first and then just set it aside while I cooked the wings on the grill. I didn’t want the sauce too spicy so I used a mild curry powder and just a little bit of hot sauce, but feel free to increase the heat with extra hot sauce or even some red pepper flakes.
The wings are super easy to cook! I rarely use the grill and I cooked these up just using the package instructions. I forgot to grease the grill though, as the cooking instructions said to do, and they did stick a little so make sure to oil those grates.
Once the wings are done, put them in a large mixing bowl. Pour the Thai curry sauce over the wings and toss to coat them thoroughly. You may need to whisk the sauce together before pouring it over the wings because the curry powder can sink a little in the liquids.
And I almost forgot the Country Time Lemonade! I made a tall glass for our taste testing.
The grilled Thai curry chicken wings turned out great! I let my husband taste test for lunch and he approved. I know these wings will be a hit for my Dad’s birthday dinner next month.
So tell me – #WhatsGrillin at your house for your next party? Any fun chicken wing ideas?
- 12 Tyson Grillin' Wings
- 1 stick butter
- 3-4 Tablespoons curry powder
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce
- 2 teaspoons honey
- 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
- 3-4 dashes of hot sauce
- Sesame seeds for garnish
- Pre-heat grill on medium heat as you make the sauce.
- Melt the butter in a small sauce pan. Remove from heat.
- Whisk in curry powder, soy sauce, honey, hot sauce and lemon juice. Adjust seasonings to taste. Set sauces aside.
- Grill chicken wings according to direction on the package until full heated.
- Toss the chicken wings in the curry sauce. Garnish with sesame seeds if desired. Serve immediately.