Categories: Food & Drink

Wings Inspired by the Mediterranean

Are you ready to embark on a flavor journey that will have your taste buds dancing with delight? Look no further because we’ve got a treat that’s perfect for all you wing lovers out there.

These aren’t your average chicken wings; they’re a mouthwatering medley of Mediterranean flavors that will leave you licking your fingers for more! Imagine sinking your teeth into juicy, succulent wings that are smothered in a tantalizing blend of Mediterranean spices and seasonings. It’s a taste sensation that’s sure to transport you to the sun-soaked shores of the Mediterranean, even if you’re enjoying them from the comfort of your own home. What makes these wings truly spectacular is their simplicity.

You don’t need to be a master chef to whip up this culinary delight. With just a few easy-to-find ingredients and a straightforward cooking process, you can bring the taste of the Mediterranean right to your dinner table.

The secret to these wings lies in the harmony of flavors – the perfect balance of aromatic herbs, zesty citrus, and that delightful smokiness that only Mediterranean cuisine can deliver. Each bite is an explosion of taste, a tantalizing journey through the essence of this vibrant and diverse culinary tradition. Whether you’re hosting a gathering of friends, looking for a quick weeknight dinner, or simply craving something indulgent, these Mediterranean wings are the answer.

They’re versatile, satisfying, and an absolute crowd-pleaser. Serve them up with your favorite dipping sauces, a side of fresh vegetables, or some crispy pita bread – the choice is yours. So, if you’re in the mood for an unforgettable flavor adventure, don’t wait.

Try these Mediterranean wings, and you’ll find yourself coming back for seconds, thirds, and more. Get ready to savor the taste of the Mediterranean – it’s a culinary experience you won’t want to miss!

What you need

• 700g Wings 
• 1tsp Sumac
• 1tsp Dried parsley
• 1tsp Garlic powder
• 1tsp Salt
• 1tbs Pomegranate molasses 
• 2tbs Pepper paste 
• 1tbs Cumin Powder  
• 2tbs Oil
• Handful of fresh parsley 
• 1/4 Red pepper 

What to do

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl, except for the fresh parsley and red pepper. 

Leave to marinate for minimum 2hrs. The longer you leave, the better it tastes. 

Cook in an Air fryer on 180c for 25mins or in an oven on 200c/Gas mark 6 for 35 mins. 

Take out and garnish with fresh parsley and red pepper. This step is optional.

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