Thai Monkey with Jerk

In honor of Superbowl Sunday we present the
Week of Wings – 7 days and 7 recipes for delicious hot wings.

Day 2 – Captain Thom’s Thai Monkey With Jerk Spice Wings

Captain Thom’s Thai Monkey with Captain Thom’s Jerk Spice

We wanted to try a really complex flavor on our wings. Brian likes Jerk and I like Teriyaki, but we both wanted some heat.

So we took Captain Thom’s Jerk Spice, sprinkled it on the wings, and baked them for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. After drying them on a plate for a few minutes, we fried the wings at 375 degrees for 2-3 minutes, until crisp.
After a brief drain on a paper towel, we tossed them in Captain Thom’s Thai Monkey hot sauce.

The range of flavors was amazing. With the heat and seasoning provided by the Jerk Spice and the spicy teriyaki of his signature Thai Monkey, this was one of the most satisfying combination for wings that I think I have had.
These wings were savory, slightly sweet, and sticky with a good amount of heat. A WINNER!

Captain Thom’s Thai Monkey ingredients: Teriyaki sauce, pineapple juice, water, onion, spices, wasabi, thai peppers, peanut butter, garlic.

Captain Thom’s Jerk Spice: Shallots, Black Pepper, Jamaican Pimento, Garlic Scotch Bonnet Chiles, & other spices.

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  1. Haven’t tried the jerk spice yet but I love Thai Monkey. I bet those wings tasted as good they look.

    1. Hey Hudd,
      The jerk really kicked the Thai Monkey up a notch! We loved the “teriyaki” flavor of the Thai Monkey, and the jerk provided more of the heat we were looking for.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. no problem. I check things out here every few days to see what’s going on.

  3. Awesome! Finally got all of my Captain Thom’s sauces in the kitchen, including Thai Monkey. Gonna make these bad boys today!

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