These Thai peanut chicken wings are the perfect appetizer to make for your parties and events! These easy Thai chicken wings with peanut sauce are made in the slow cooker.
Thai Peanut Chicken Wings Appetizer
Do your kids moan and grown about eating the same old meals? Mine do. I love sharing the table with them each night, but we end up short on time and I end up having to throw something together. When it’s the same ol’ tacos and spaghetti, I feel like I have to force-feed them. These slow cooker Thai chicken wings in peanut sauce are something for us to look forward to!
Bring Thai flavors to your table
Family time is precious to me, I enjoy the moments we share together. During the week, it seems like dinner time is all we have. We are chicken lovers, so I thought I’d try House of Tsang® Bangkok Peanut Sauce™ on some wings, slow cooker style. Made with flavors of garlic, ginger, and lemongrass, it gives the chicken a mild nutty flavor with a hint of spice.
Thai Peanut Chicken Wings -An Easy Slow Cooker Recipe
Here’s a new peanut sauce chicken recipe that will bring your family to the table. It’s made in your slow cooker, so it’s pretty hands-off, just takes a little planning but it’s well worth it! Whether you’re having a party or just want to enjoy these at home, these Thai peanut chicken wings are family-approved!
- 2 lbs. chicken party wings
- 1 cup House of Tsang® Bangkok Peanut Sauce™
- 1 cup of water
- 1 clove garlic, sliced
- 1/8 cup onion, sliced
- salt and pepper
- optional garnish: green onion, sesame seeds
You’re going to need to use your slow cooker to make this recipe. If you don’t have one that’s at least 6 quarts, this Crock Pot Programmable Cook & Carry Slow Cooker with Digital Timer is the perfect one to grab! It can be programmed from 30 minutes to 20 hours and has a locking lid, perfect for travel and transport! It gets great reviews, you can buy this Crock-Pot 6-quart Programmable Cook and Carry Slow Cooker here.
Make these easy Thai chicken wings
To get started with your chicken wings with peanut sauce, rinse your chicken wings and pat to dry, season with salt and pepper. Pour water, garlic, and onion into the bottom of the slow cooker, add chicken, and spread evenly into the cooker. Spread half of the house of Tsang® Bangkok Peanut Sauce™ over the top of the chicken.
Cover and cook on high for 2.5 – 3 hours. When finished, remove wings and set them into a large bowl. Add the remaining Bangkok Peanut Sauce™ to the chicken wings and carefully toss to coat. Plate and serve, family-style.
These are the easiest chicken wings with peanut sauce
What I like about this Thai peanut chicken wings recipe is that I can throw everything together, set, and forget. I chose to serve these chicken wings with rice and a side of stir-fried vegetables, HORMEL® products really make it easy for me to get food on the table for family meals together when we’re pressed for time. These Thai Peanut Spiced Chicken Wings came out really good, thanks to the flavor of House of Tsang® Bangkok Peanut Sauce™!
What is your favorite Thai chicken appetizer?
Make these easy slow cooker Thai peanut chicken wings for your next party or shindig, your guests will love them! For more information about House of Tsang® Asian inspired oils and sauces, Visit Hormel Foods online. Also, there are a few Easy Recipe Ideas here, those cheesy BBQ chicken bacon pinwheels looks sooooo good!
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Oh these look so good! My family loves the chicken dinners on rice…I have not tried a Thai peanut one before. Looks so good and easy in the crockpot!
My husband would love these, I love how simple they are to make. I especially love that you can put them in the slow cooker and walk away while it cooks. Now that the weather is getting colder I like to use my slow cooker often.