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Honey Sage Turmeric Wings

By Nik Sharma - Friend of Milk Street

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Honey Sage Turmeric Wings

This recipe was originally published on "A Brown Table." We love that the wings are baked—not fried—which makes them great for a crowd. We also love the layers of flavor between the caramelized honey and blistered, sage-crusted skin, and the fresh sage to finish. See more from food writer and photographer Nik Sharma here. (Photo credit: Nik Sharma)


"Tempura flour gives these guys a nice crispy texture, but all-purpose flour will work well too. Also, you can make these hotter by adding more chili."


  • 5

    pounds chicken wings, drumettes and flats separated

  • 4

    tablespoons fresh sage leaves, thinly chopped, plus freshly cut sage leaves to garnish


  1. 01
    Pat the chicken pieces with a clean paper towel and place in a mixing bowl.

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