Honey BBQ wings have been a staple in Indian cuisine for decades.

The crispy, crispy outer crust is wrapped around the juicy, sweet and sweetened inside, a thick, soft, crispy coating that’s perfect for serving with a crispy rice pilaf.

Honey BBQ has also been a popular side dish on Indian festivals and social occasions, and even made it into popular food festivals such as the India Food & Wine Festival in Mumbai.

Honey barbecue wings are also a popular addition to Indian curries. 

With their rich sauce, crispy wings are often served with a sweet and spicy sauce, like tomato paste and turmeric.

Honey is also an ingredient in some Indian desserts, such as panna cotta and curries, which are often made with honey and sugar.

Honey has been traditionally used in India as a preservative and as a sweetener, as well as as in some popular Indian foods. 

To make Honey BBQ, you’ll need to use only a teaspoon of honey and a tablespoon of sugar. 

1.5 tablespoons of honey (a teaspoon equals 4 grams) 2 tablespoons of sugar Combine honey and the sugar together in a small bowl. 

Add in the chicken and spices and stir. 

Stir to combine. 

Repeat until all the honey has been used. 

3.5 ounces (170 grams) of ground chicken, finely chopped (about 3 tablespoons) 1 cup (120 grams) honey (or 1 cup of honey plus 2 tablespoons of water) 6 tablespoons (170 ml) butter (or 2 tablespoons unsalted butter) 4 tablespoons (70 ml) sugar (or 3 tablespoons of liquid sweetener) 3/4 teaspoon salt  To assemble, heat the honey and butter over medium heat in a saucepan. 

Once hot, add the spices, honey and chopped chicken. 

Cook until the honey is slightly thickened, about 3 to 5 minutes. 

Remove from the heat. 

5.5 to 6 tablespoons (140 to 180 ml) of water, if using Combin the chicken with the rest of the honey mixture and stir to combine thoroughly. 

 6.5 pounds (1,250 grams) chicken  (about 4.6 kilograms) Combination recipe: 1/4 cup (30 ml) honey  (or 5 ml) plain white sugar  (3 to 4 teaspoons) salt 1 tablespoon (30 mL) butter (or 2 teaspoons unsalted) 10 to 12 ounces (310 to 450 grams) ground chicken (about 2 kilograms)