These Peach Ginger Chicken Wings are quick, easy and flavorful, AIP, paleo and Whole30 compliant. They’re a great way to use fresh or frozen peaches and a real crowd pleaser.
I can’t get enough of fresh summer peaches right now! This AIP, paleo and Whole30 recipe is quick and easy and packs a ton of flavour from the fresh peaches, ginger and lime juice. What’s even better? There are very limited dishes involved as everything gets thrown into the food processor and pulsed into a marinade. If you don’t have access to fresh peaches right now, frozen peaches work well in this recipe too.
Besides chicken, to make these Peach Ginger Chicken Wings, you’ll need:
- fresh ginger – this adds a delicious kick of zestiness
- one very ripe peach – this recipe has no additional sweetener so you want to ensure that your peach is really ripe and sweet. (frozen peaches work as well)
- lime juice – freshly squeezed
- coconut aminos – this adds some additional flavour
- olive oil, sea salt, garlic powder and onion powder
Toss the above ingredients into a food processor and pulse until combined into a thick, smooth marinade. Pour the marinade over the wings and let them sit for at least 30 minutes to soak up the goodness. If you have more time to let them marinate, I’d recommend it!
Can I make these without a grill?
If you don’t have a grill, you can also make these Chicken Wings on the stovetop using a cast iron or a grill pan. Use a high-heat oil like avocado or coconut oil and heat the pan on medium-high. Cook the wings 8-10 minutes per side or until juices run clear.
What else can I use this sauce with?
Thin this sauce out with some additional olive oil for an absolutely delicious salad dressing! Trust me, it’s a winner!
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