Asian BBQ Wings
May 22nd, 2014 12 Comments

Asian BBQ Wings

Asian BBQ Wings
Asian BBQ Wings pictures (1 of 8)

Once again, Memorial weekend is just around the corner. Memorial Day is probably one of my most anticipated holidays in the United States; the reason is simple: unofficially, it marks the start of summer (check out my summer recipes), which is my favorite time of the year. Coming from the tropical island of Penang in Malaysia, I love the warmth of summer, more importantly, I love summer parties, BBQ cookouts, beaches, ice cream, shaved iced, sundresses, sandals, and so much more. Summer is indeed a happy season!

Coyote Outdoor Living S-Series Grill

This summer, I have more reasons to celebrate because I have a brand spanking new toy in my backyard—a brand new Coyote Outdoor Living 36″ S-Series Grill (CS36L), which sits so mighty and elegantly in my backyard. I can imagine many weekend BBQ parties with friends and great foods, great conversations and laughter, now that I have this new Coyote grill. I am just so thrilled!

Asian BBQ Wings

Anyway, to test drive my new toy, I made these amazing Asian BBQ wings, which is an excellent BBQ wings recipe to add to your summer BBQ repertoire. These Asian BBQ wings are pre-marinated with ginger, garlic, soy sauce, oyster sauce, and five-spice powder. The wings are always a hit whenever I have summer parties. They are always the first ones to go. They are excellent hot off the grill, and great with a dash or two of your favorite chili sauce.

Here is the Coyote Outdoor Living 36″ S-series Grill (CS36L) in my backyard. It has a premium stainless steel body, firebox, hood, and burners.

Coyote Outdoor Living S-Series Grill

The grill comes with three (3) high performance Coyote iBurners, one infrared rear burner, plus a Coyote RapidSear burner, offering up to 95,000 BTU.

Coyote Outdoor Living S-Series Grill

Me checking out and grilling on my new toy.

Coyote Outdoor Living S-Series Grill

Are you grill envy now? I’ve got you covered. You can enter to win a Coyote Outdoor Living C-Series Grill now on Rasa Malaysia, for US residents only. Enter your name every day to maximize your chance to win. Good luck!

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  1. V says:

    Hi love your pictures[and food:)] can I know what camera are you using for the food shots?

  2. Connie Toong says:

    OMG, this sound so yummy. Summer is coming up soon and I shall try your recipe.

  3. Stella says:

    Look so delicious! My chicken always sticks to the grill and falls apart when I turn them, how did your avoid that?

  4. Dear Bee,
    I come from Penang too and I am wondering where I can buy curry kapitan rempa for I am running short of it—I usually go back Penang once every 2 years but I am not going back for quite a while this time-please let me know what are the ingredients to make m own rempa-thanks–siew inn fok

  5. Dee says:

    Living in an apartment that does not allow grilling/barbecuing, how could I make these in the oven?

  6. This looks delish! And it looks like you are having so much fun grilling.

  7. Ben says:

    These look amazing! Bringing back some good memories of Chinese 烧烤 :)

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