British Hot Wings

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Reporting for duty as promised with today’s recipe.

Here’s your weekend treat- very easy wings, ready in 50 mins.

One is probably wondering, why the name British, I’m simply according credit to the country where the special ingredient originated from. History has it that two British chemists stumbled on this special sauce, God bless them for me lol!

Worcestershire sauce is the game changer in this particular hot wings, it’s enunciated as Worstershire sauce which takes care of the mouthful, thank God for that!

This sauce is great in meats, beef especially. Add it to your minced meat for beef burger, meatball or meatloaf. Awesome in steak…. the list goes on, you can tell I’m in love with it :-).



I left the price tag on so you don’t tune off and say ‘It’s out of my reach’. Bought this in a super market on Opebi road but it’s available in Shoprite naturally, prices may vary.

Now let’s go there! :-).

Razz I know! lol! what you need-


1 kilo of turkey

4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

4 tablespoons ketchup

5 bulbs of pepper (atarodo)

5 bulbs of bell pepper (tatashe)

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 medium sized onions

1 bulb of garlic

A pinch of black pepper

1 double Knorr chicken cube

1/2 cup water

Salt to taste


Wash the turkey wings and split them.


Blend the peppers, garlic and onions together with half cup of water.


Add 1 tablespoon of the pepper mix to the turkey along with 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce, 1 seasoning cube and thyme. Marinade for at least 2 hours (I do mine overnight).

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Boil meat 15-18 minutes, no need to add water because the meat will naturally bring out water.

Once the meat is cooked, strain any remaining stock and grill for 15 minutes or until golden brown (don’t over dry it).


In the same pot you used to boil the meat, heat the vegetable oil and add the pepper mix.

Fry with the pot covered for 10 minutes, then add the remaining seasoning cube, 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce and 4 tablespoons of ketchup, taste for salt. Let it simmer for 3 minutes then add the wings, stir and allow pepper to sip in for 5 minutes then turn of heat.

Serve hot.

light coated in pepper sauce

lightly coated in pepper sauce

if you are a pepperholic like me ;-)….this one’s yours!





Have a splendid weekend!

Azu :-).


  1. uloaku nnoli says:

    I just bought my own Worcestershire sauce yesterday. trying mine this week. as usual you will see pictures

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