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Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Combine the garlic, ginger, soy sauce, vinegar, scallions, sesame seeds, sugar, kiwi, black pepper, and red pepper flakes in a large bowl. Stir to combine. Pour ½ cup of the marinade into a small bowl, and put in the refrigerator.

Put the chicken wings into the large bowl with the marinade. Massage the chicken pieces to make sure each piece is well covered in the marinade. With the chicken soaking in the marinade, cover the bowl with plastic wrap, and refrigerate for 8 hours.

Light your barbecue. Take the ½ cup of marinade set aside out of the refrigerator and blend it in a food processor until it is smooth. When the grill is really hot, place the wings on it, and cook for 8 minutes on each side, until cooked through. As the wings grill, baste them with the blended marinade. Serve immediately.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.


Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings

Happy Monday everyone! Did you have a nice holiday? Ours was quiet and very relaxing at home – and just what we all needed after a very busy pre-holiday season!

As much as we’re on the go these days, sometime it is just as nice to be a tourist in our own hometown. A few weeks ago, some friends of ours invited us to join them for dinner at a local restaurant near where we live in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The restaurant – New World Tavern – holds a weekly Noodle Night with Asian-inspired foods on the menu.

We all ordered Ramen noodle bowls – but we started with appetizers including an eclectically delicious platter of wings including these Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings, as well as crispy duck wings and Cranberry Buffalo Wings. (You can see that recipe here.) All three wing dishes were fantastic – and we were inspired to recreate the Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings at home!

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings are reminiscent of the flavors you’d find in Bulgogi –and the flavors and seasonings are just as delicious on chicken wings as they are on beef.

These Korean Barbecue Chicken Wings would be a great appetizer to serve at a New Year’s Eve celebration or at your next game day party.