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Tamarind Chicken Wings ... replace sherry with chicken stock.

Tamarind Chicken Wings

Sodium Girl's salt-free version of the classic comfort fare buffalo wings. Photo: Jessica Goldman Foung

Sodium Girl's salt-free version of the classic comfort fare buffalo wings. Photo: Jessica Goldman Foung

looking for a place to purchas low sodium or no sodium products. This is it. I love the pickeled green tomatos and the sodium free bullions,baking soda, cream of tartar, etc.

looking for a place to purchas low sodium or no sodium products. This is it. I love the pickeled green tomatos and the sodium free bullions,baking soda, cream of tartar, etc.

Baked hot wings with paleo dipping sauces from Recipe Renovator | Gluten-free, paleo, low-sugar, low-carb, gluten-free, low-sodium. Oh, and easy! Whole30 compliant too!

Baked hot wings with paleo dipping sauces from Recipe Renovator | Gluten-free, paleo, low-sugar, low-carb, gluten-free, low-sodium. Oh, and easy! Whole30 compliant too!

Happy almost Super Bowl Chinese New Year. If you've never celebrated before, it's a very special time of year where people eat dumplings and chicken wings all in the same weekend. Or at least, that...

Happy almost Super Bowl Chinese New Year. If you've never celebrated before, it's a very special time of year where people eat dumplings and chicken wings all in the same weekend. Or at least, that...

Okay, we know we go on and on about different ways to make chicken great, but this recipe really is good to have on hand, since you can use it with just about anything: chicken, beef, pork, veggies, etc…. Some people refer to it simply as a brown sauce, others call it a stir-fry sauce – the choice is up to you – either way, it’s super yummy!  Packed with some of our favorite Chinese food flavors (soy sauce, ginger, sesame oil and garlic, to name a few), this sauce comes together easily…

It Might Not Look Like Much, But This Brown Sauce Is All You Need For A Great Meal!

Okay, we know we go on and on about different ways to make chicken great, but this recipe really is good to have on hand, since you can use it with just about anything: chicken, beef, pork, veggies, etc…. Some people refer to it simply as a brown sauce, others call it a stir-fry sauce – the choice is up to you – either way, it’s super yummy! Packed with some of our favorite Chinese food flavors (soy sauce, ginger, sesame oil and garlic, to name a few), this sauce comes together easily…

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