Instant Pot Sesame Garlic Wings

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Instant Pot  Sesame Garlic Wings

Tip: You can save money by trimming your wings yourself. (See photo for approximate location of where to cut each whole wing). They are a little easier to trim AFTER they’ve been cooked. Immediately freeze the tips to make chicken stock, if desired.

Note: This recipe is written for fresh or thawed wings. If using frozen wings, add 3-4 minutes to the active cook time.

Prep time: 10 minutes

Active cook time: 14-16 minutes (+ time to come to pressure)
Natural release: 10 minutes

Serves: 4-6

 

Ingredients:

4-4½ lbs. chicken wings
Salt and black pepper, to taste
1 c. water
White sesame seeds, for garnish

Sesame Garlic Sauce Ingredients:

¼ c. coconut aminos (or soy sauce if not gluten free)
2 T. sesame oil
3 T. honey, preferably local
1 T. unsalted butter
2 t. fresh ginger, very finely minced
1 t. garlic powder

 

Directions:

  1. Season wings with salt and black pepper, to taste. Place metal trivet inside Instant Pot® and add one cup of water. Arrange seasoned wings on top of the trivet before securing the cover in place. Switch the vent to “Sealing” and set the “Manual” setting to 8 minutes.

  2. To prepare the sesame garlic sauce, heat the coconut aminos, sesame oil, honey, butter, ginger, and garlic powder in a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring frequently, until butter is melted and the mixture is thoroughly combined. Remove from heat and set aside. 

  3. When cook time on Instant Pot® is complete, allow pressure to naturally release for 10 minutes, then do a quick release for any remaining steam. Remove lid and transfer wings to a large bowl. Set aside and cool slightly.

  4. Meanwhile, position top oven rack in the top position and pre-heat broiler to high. Line a large, rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil and place a wire cooling rack on top. Set aside.

  5. Pour 1/3 of the sesame garlic sauce on top of the wings and toss to coat. Transfer the wings to the wire rack on the prepared baking sheet and place under the broiler for 3-4 minutes or until the wings start to get crispy and develop some color. Turn the wings and repeat on the remaining side.

  6. Remove from oven and toss the wings with half of the remaining sesame garlic sauce. Sprinkle with white sesame seeds and serve immediately with the remaining sauce on the side. Enjoy!

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Word of the Day Challenge

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Today’s Word of the Day is Rancor.

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Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt!

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Welcome to GirlieOnTheEdge and Sunday’s prompt word reveal for Six Sentence Stories! The thought occurred to me this morning – perhaps I’ve taken for granted everyone knows the “new” time slot for linking your Six. Lo ’bout a month or 2 ago, in an effort to simplify and streamline the Six Sentence Story BlogHop, I changed the number of days the link was open (from 7 days to 4 days). As we know, good writing is when your reader knows exactly what it is you’re trying to say/convey/imply. In an effort to improve my writing skills, let’s start with today’s post 😀 The link for Six Sentence Stories goes live Wednesday evening 6:00 PM (as always) and now closes 11:45 PM Saturday US EST.
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Weekend Writing Prompt #161 – Obdurate

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A word prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend.  How you use the prompt is up to you.  Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like.  Or take the challenge below – there are no prizes – it’s not a competition but rather a fun writing exercise.  If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link to it in the comments.

Word Prompt

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Challenge

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