Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings

posted in: Appetizers


This month has been so much fun! I’ve had a few super fun blogging events, and I’m also recording a new podcast interview this morning! Sometimes it’s crazy when I think about where I was just a few years ago, and where I am now. It almost feels like I had a past life, as everything is so different now! Life is really amazing!

Last weekend I met up with a bunch of friends at Mission Heirloom (my fav restaurant), for Caroline Potter’s book signing. She was in town from Hawaii, so I couldn’t miss it! They served food from her cookbook, and it was incredible. If you’re anywhere near Northern California, Mission Heirloom is a must visit. Be sure to say hi to Bobby and Yrmis if you stop in, they’re the best!

Chicken wings are the latest thing that I’ve been into cooking, and this is my absolute favorite way to make them. They are sooo good!! The sauce is super sticky and so full of flavor, and I promise they won’t last long in your house! I demolished the entire plate of wings as soon as I was done taking the pictures of them, and I still wanted more. I hope you love them as much as we do!


Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Category: Appetizers

Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings


    For The Wings:
  • 3 lbs chicken wings, tips removed
  • 2 tablespoons ghee , melted


  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Set wire racks inside 2 rimmed baking sheets.
  2. Place the wings, skin side up, on the wire racks. Brush with the melted ghee. Bake for 45-50 minutes, or until the wings are cooked through, and the skin is crispy.
  3. While the wings are cooking, let’s make the teriyaki sauce! In a small pot, combine all of the sauce ingredients, except for the tapioca starch. Bring to a gentle boil over medium heat, then lower the heat and simmer the sauce for 2 minutes. Sprinkle the tapioca starch in ½ teaspoon at a time, and whisk the sauce to combine. Once you’ve added all of the tapioca starch and the sauce has thickened, turn off your stove.
  4. Once the wings are finished baking, remove them from the wire racks and toss in a clean bowl with the teriyaki sauce. Enjoy!!


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2 Responses

  1. megtherhn
    | Reply

    Can’t wait to have you on the podcast 🙂

    • livinglovingpaleo
      | Reply

      That was too much fun, Meg!! xoxo

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