This recipe for Masala Tomato Chutney Wings is a hit. I am so excited to share this easy breezy recipe with you. These wings practically cook themselves. A 15 to 20 minute process if you have some tomato chutney on hand. A store bought option option using tamarind chutney will certainly work as well in this recipe. You will love this super easy recipe that almost cooks itself. I start with the instant pot and finish with broiling in the oven. The net result is spicy tender chicken wings with just a hint of sweetness. This recipe will certainly work with chicken drumsticks for a mealtime option.
The wings are pretty good straight from the instant pot, but that additional 3 minutes of broiling adds a great depth of flavor. Think sweet meets smokey. Today has been a long day for a Saturday. As usual, I am trying to complete way too many things. Food around the household was satisfying, but am especially pleased with this creation. Enough to be fighting sleep to get this written down in time for your game-day cooking. My quest for tomorrow is to make Banana bread in time to send with the young ones to their robotics run. It actually starts extra early tomorrow. It will give me some time to do the grocery store run before the snow hits.
What do you have planned for your Sunday? Party at your place? Do not care about superbowl (join me)! Even if you are watching the game some place where your food needs are taken care of , give this recipe a try on a busy day and you will not regret it. I am leaving for India next weekend and I am so excited. A much needed break, but, I will be paying for it when I return.
An easy flavorful take on wings. These masala tomato chutney wings practically cook themselves.
- 3/4 cup Tomato Chutney or substitute with ready made tamarind chutney
- 1/3 cup sriracha
- 2 pounds chicken wings
- 2 tablespoons oil
- Thinly sliced onions
- Chopped cilantro
- Mix the tomato chutney and the sriacha.
- Place the wings in the instant pot and toss with the chutney mixture,
- Pressure cook on low for 10 minutes and allow a natural release.
- Remove the lid. If there is extra water, turn on to saute mode and allow the liquid to evaporate.
- Grease a baking sheet and place the wings in a single layer over the baking sheet.
- Broil for 3 to 4 minutes.
- Garnish with onions and chopped cilantro and serve.