Grilled Honey Miso Wings

Grilled Honey Miso Chicken Wings Recipe

Just when I thought I could devote entire week to writing headnotes for my cookbook, Scott reminded me that corporate taxes were due end of the month. “End of the month!??? That’s like in a few days! Why didn’t you tell me before?”

Of course, he did. Everyday for the past 10 days he’s reminded me, but I’m the mistress of procrastination and born with true talent in only hearing what I choose to (says my mom too)….covering ears…”lalalalalala!”

So this week’s recipe development centered on all things grilled….I make it, Scott grills it, the kids clean up. Our entire family understands the “shared responsibility” rule, but what they don’t know is that my portion only takes 10 minutes. Shhhh…..we won’t tell them, will we?

Grilled Honey Miso Wings

Here are the ingredients. The recipe features either using miso paste that you can fine at most grocery stores, Asian markets, Whole Foods or other health food grocery stores…..or Miso & Easy (you can buy it online at Marukai) which is miso paste in a convenient squeeze bottle.

Miso & Easy is a client of mine – I create recipes for them – if you want more miso recipe, all of them are right here!

Whisk together the marinade ingredients:

Β Grilled Honey Miso Chicken Wings Recipe

Everything goes into a bag to marinate for an hour or overnight:

Grilled Honey Miso Chicken Wings Recipe

Throw ’em on the grill:

Grilled Honey Miso Chicken Wings Recipe


Grilled Honey Miso Chicken Wings Recipe



Grilled Honey Miso Wings Recipe

Servings: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes + 1 hour marinating Cook Time: 25 minutes

You can use either Miso & Easy (see product above) or regular miso paste (any kind)


2 cloves garlic, finely minced
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/4 cup honey
2 tablespoons Miso & Easy (or 1 tablespoon regular miso paste)
1 tablespoon water
1 1/2 pounds chicken wings, separated


1. Whisk together all of the ingredients except for the chicken wings. Pour the marinade in a zip-lock bag and add in the wings. Seal and toss to coat the wings evenly. Refrigerate for 1 hour or overnight.

2. Preheat grill to high heat. Add the wings and grill for 5 minutes, flip and turn the heat to low. Cover the grill and let cook for 20 minutes. If using oven, preheat oven to 425F. Cover baking sheet with foil or parchment. Lay the wings on the foil or parchment and bake for 20-25 minutes.

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Comments 25

  1. Alejandra

    Ha! Totally can relate. I, too, have been procrastinating on taxes and ignoring my husbands near-daily reminders for the past month. Ugh…not fun.

  2. food-4tots

    Simple yet delicious! Who cares how fast or short it takes to prepare? I have to practice more “shared responsibilities: in the family now. πŸ˜‰

  3. Amber @ The Cook's Sister

    These wings look so good! I don’t make wings often because B likes them spicy and I get bored of the same old bbq sauce over and over. This looks like a simple way to prepare wings! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  4. Chris

    Taxes? We don’t need no stinkin’ taxes!

    Delicious sounding wings, Scott rocked the grill. I cooking some wings up for the NCAA games tonight, great game food.

  5. Traci

    This is delicious looking! It’s going on my list of foods to try! Thank you so much for a great chicken idea!

  6. Darlene Hunt

    these will go great with recipe for Shrimp Fried Rice from Dr. Oz Show…perfect timing, gonna make these up real soon !!

  7. kentucky Lady 717

    Yummy, these look so good, I for sure am going to make these….but I haven’t been able to find the MISO….just what is it, and can you substitute something else ? I am still looking for it, they may have it at JUNGLE JIM’S…and they are opening a new store soon, but it’s about 45 min. drive from me….. Thanks

  8. Keropokman

    You are making me drool for some miso chicken wings now!
    Will follow your recipe but add some ‘heat’ like chilli, we like it ‘hot’ here in Asia! Spicy miso is popular here :-p

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  11. GenesB

    I tried this countless times! IT is a fantastic recipe! I usually leave the wings overnight to marinate! Delicious and simple!

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