How to Marinate Chicken Wings for BBQ

Other than being Singapore’s best in BBQ catering and BBQ wholesale, we at MonstaBBQ want you to enjoy your BBQ party to the fullest!

So here are 5 super easy ways to marinate chicken wings to have an awesome BBQ.  

1.    Singaporean-Style

How to Marinate Chicken Wings for BBQ Singapore 

It’s a combination of different sorts of flavours that you might have never thought might actually ‘get along’, but the taste is simply amazing.

Serving Amount: Approximately 24 chicken wings

Things You’ll Need:

              i.        3 cloves of minced garlic

             ii.        1-inch cube of minced ginger

            iii.        1 cup of tomato paste

           iv.        ½ cup of Hoison sauce

            v.        ½ cup of soy sauce

           vi.        ½ cup of ketchup

          vii.        2 tbsp of chilli paste

         viii.        1 cup of dark brown sugar

How To Do It:

              i.        Mix up the minced garlic & ginger with all of the liquids

             ii.        Pour in dark brown sugar

            iii.        Place the chicken in to marinate for at least 4 hours

The awesome thing about this recipe is that it works really well with other chicken parts like thighs & breasts too!


2.    Teriyaki-fied

BBQ Marinating Chicken Wing Singapore

This is probably the classic of marinating sauces and rightfully so! Almost everyone loves this unique flavour; so if you’re expecting guests from all walks of life- we’d say this is a pretty safe choice.

Serving Amount: Approximately 680g of chicken wings (discard tips)

Things You’ll Need:

                      i.        120ml of teriyaki sauce

                     ii.        65g of oyster sauce

                    iii.        60ml of soy sauce

                   iv.        60ml of ketchup

                    v.        15g of garlic powder

                   vi.        60ml of gin (yes, gin- just a little)

                  vii.        2 dashes of liquid smoke flavouring

                 viii.        100g of white sugar

                   ix.        60ml honey

How To Do It:

                      i.        Mix the teriyaki sauce, oyster sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, garlic powder, gin, liquid smoke & sugar in a large bowl

                     ii.        Place the chicken into the bowl, cover it up and leave it to marinate in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours


 

3.    Soy Honey-Sweet

Something a little sweet & a little salty, perhaps? Many don’t dare to venture too far beyond the usual honey-marinated chicken. But this one is a must-try.

 BBQ Chicken Wings Recipes Singapore

Serving Amount: Approximately 2kg of chicken wings

Things You’ll Need:

                      i.        ½ cup of soy sauce

                     ii.        ½ cup of honey

                    iii.        ½ cup of white wine

                   iv.        3 cloves of minced garlic

                    v.        1 tbsp of ginger

How To Do It:

                      i.        Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl

                     ii.        Place in chicken for at least 2 hours


 

4.    Sweet & Spicy

Sweet and Spicy BBQ Chicken Wing Marinate Recipes

 

The secret to this scrumptious treat is all in the chilli sauce. So much must go into it!

Serving Amount: Approximately 1.4kg of chicken

What You’ll Need:

                      i.        1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar

                     ii.        ¼ cup of water

                    iii.        ½ cup of sugar

                   iv.        2 fresh & minced hot peppers

                    v.        2 cloves of minced garlic

                   vi.        ¼ tsp of salt

                  vii.        1 tsp of cornstarch, dissolved in 1 tsp of water

How To Do It:

                      i.        Put the water, vinegar & sugar together in a saucepan, and mix till well-blended

                     ii.        Bring to a boil until the sugar has dissolved

                    iii.        Add the minced hot peppers, garlic and salt

                   iv.        Boil for 1 minute

                    v.        Add the cornstarch and boil till everything is blended together

                   vi.        Let it cool before using it to marinate

                  vii.        Place chicken into the sauce and let it refrigerate for at least 4 hours

 

 

5.    Soy & Hoisin

Chicken Wing Marinate for BBQ 

Hoisin has long been a favourite of Singaporeans. So get ready for some local goodness that will blow your mind.

Serving Amount: Approximately 1.5kg of chicken wings

Things You’ll Need:

                      i.        6 cloves of minced garlic

                     ii.        9 tbsp of grated fresh ginger

                    iii.        3 tbsp of soy sauce

                   iv.        3 tbsp of dark brown sugar(or honey)

                    v.        12 tbsp of Hoisin sauce

                   vi.        7 chopped spring onions

How To Do It:

                      i.        Mix all ingredients into a bowl

                     ii.        Leave the chicken in to marinate for at least 4 hours

 

Extra Tips for BBQ Chicken Wings:

 BBQ Chicken Wings Marinating Singapore Styles

 

a.    If possible, leave the meat to marinate overnight! It’ll really let the flavour sink in and the food will be so much more enjoyable

b.    Prepare your grill by making sure that it is very hot first before putting marinated meat to cook

c.    Continue to spread some more marinate sauce onto the meat while cooking for that extra oomph

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When it comes to MonstaBBQ’s secret recipes... Sorry, we’re not telling! But we can safely say that they make us the best BBQ caterer and BBQ wholesaler in Singapore. Not to mention, we actually do serve up some awesome marinated chicken.

 

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