Whether we admit it or not, we definitely miss the pre-pandemic world we lived in. The world where we get to go out whenever we wanted, travel to different places, and discover new cultures. But of course, we want to protect ourselves and our loved ones from infection so we choose to stay inside our homes and observe protocols.
The good thing is that living in quarantine does not mean we can’t explore different cultures. There is a plethora of shows and movies that feature different countries from around the world, and as for the food, there are thousands of recipes you can find in books or on the internet. (Read: Travel Logs: Doc Ferds on His Most Unforgettable Animal Encounters)
So to help you travel the world while at home, My Pope Philippines is giving you three chicken wing recipes from different corners of the globe. Enjoy!
Korean Chicken Wings
South Korean food is known to be spicy, sweet, and tangy. Just think kimchi (fermented vegetables) which is a mixture of spicy and sour, and sometimes even sweet. But for this Korean chicken wing, we’re mostly tapping the spicy flavors of Korea. (Read: 4 Types of Kimchi You Probably Didn’t Know About)
Using gochujang or Korean chili paste, soy sauce, ginger, honey, rice vinegar, garlic, and sesame oil, these chicken wings will be teleporting you straight to South Korea from the comfort of your own kitchen! Find the recipe here.
Italian Chicken Wings
Italy is known for its tomato-laden dishes like bolognese pasta, calzone, and pizza. And now, you can also make Italian chicken wings! Feel like you’re on the streets of Italy with these chicken wings that are smeared with Italian breadcrumbs, chopped parsley, parmesan cheese!
Oh, did we mention that this has a tomato dip on the side? Get the recipe here.
Greek Chicken Wings
Looking for a simple chicken wing recipe? Well, this Greek take on chicken wings has got you! This recipe uses only lemon juice, herbs (rosemary, thyme), and black pepper— it’s as simple and easy as that!
What’s more is that you can add feta cheese for extra flavor or you can dip it in sour cream. Follow the recipe here.