Belinda Jeffery’s 100 favourite recipes is a book well used in my kitchen. It doesn’t all work, but I’m always willing to give her ideas a shot and more often than not they get the thumbs up.
A couple of weeks ago I wanted to bake marinated wings and tried these. It’s hard to decide to make them because the recipe sits next to one she calls ‘the simplest and best sticky chicken wings’. This is the first opportunity I’ve had to bypass it on the basis of missing a critical ingredient. So there I was making the less than best….but still good.
- chicken wings
- 3/4 cup clear runny honey
- 1/2 a cup of Dijon mustard
- 2.5 tblsps dry white wine
- 2.5 tablsps olive oil
- 2 tblsps red wine vinegar
- 1 tblesp finely chopped fresh ginger (optional)
- salt to taste
Mix the ingredients, and let marinate for a few hours or overnight. Heat oven to 200C, place wings and the marinade in a roasting tray, spread out. Baste during cooking, they will take an hour.