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Asian Baked Chicken Wings with Raspberry Hoisin Glaze


Asian Baked Chicken Wings that are tender on the inside and crispy on the outside then tossed in a sticky sweet Raspberry Hoisin Glaze. A must for game day and can easily be made in the air fryer too!

Looking for more ways to make chicken wings? Try my Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings or these Honey BBQ Chicken Wings!

baked chicken wings asian style on a plate garnished with sesame and green onion

Change up Game Day with Asian Chicken Wings

What do you think is the ultimate appetizer during football season?

Yup! Chicken Wings. No doubt! Boneless or bone-in it doesn’t matter. They are hands down the ultimate football snack and most searched on “the big day.”

There are two things I love about these Asian Chicken Wings. First off, they are baked, which makes them much healthier than the typical fried chicken wings. They still have the crispy exterior that everybody loves, I’ve got a trick for that. Second, the sauce on these wings is just absolutely to DIE for! Hoisin sauce is basically the BBQ sauce of the asian world, mix it with fresh ginger and some sweet raspberry jam and you got yourself some finger licking Baked Asian Chicken Wings!

asian chicken wing being dunked into ranch

What You’ll Need for these Wings

These recipe doesn’t call for much. With less than 10 ingredients these wings still pack a punch of flavor. All I have to say is don’t skimp on the chinese five spice, this blend has so many flavors you’ll be blown away! Here are the ingredients you’ll need.

  • Chicken Wings – Use drumettes and wingettes for this recipe
  • Avocado OIl – Adding a little fat and oil helps crisp up those chicken wings, avocado oil is flavorless which is whyI use it. Canola or Vegetale oil would do here as well.
  • Chinese Five Spice – A combo of szechuan pepper, cinnamon, star anise, fennel and clove. Trust me, it makes these wings pop with flavor!
  • Hoisin Sauce – You’re going to fall in love with this sauce. It’s the sweet BBQ sauce of asian cuisine.
  • Raspberry Jam – For a fun sweet fruity note, I use the jam with the preserves.
  • Ginger – Fresh ginger is best. However, if you don’t have fresh available to you dry will do. Just reduce the amount by half.

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