Tikka Masala Wings

Tikka Masala was one of my favorite things to order from Indian restaurants before I was vegan. Sadly, the sauce usually isn’t vegan so I haven’t had it in so long! But recently I found an amazing one that is, and I had to create a super fun recipe with it. These Tikka Masala Wings with Rice & Peas are SO dang good and such a fun twist on the traditional Tikka Masala.

This post is sponsored by Maya Kaimal! For those of you who don’t know about their brand, they’re a female owned Indian Foods company! They make everything from sauces, to rice & dal. Their products are AMAZING quality wise, and focus on having the cleanest products possible (making their products taste that much better). I use their sauces on my instagram stories all the time for quick & easy meals- but I’m so happy we were able to team up to bring you this recipe! I used their NEW Vegan Tikka Masala Indian Simmer Sauce & Perfectly Plain Surekha Rice to create this amazing recipe.

You can find their products at Sprouts, Whole Foods, and other retailers. Their website is http://www.mayakaimal.com & you can find them on instagram at @mayakaimalfoods

To make these delicious wings & rice, here’s the ingredients you’ll need!

  • 1 package vegan chicken wings (I got mine from my local Asian market in the frozen section)
  • 1 jar Maya Kaimal Vegan Tikka Masala Sauce 
  • 1 package Maya Kaimal Perfectly Plain Surekha Rice 
  • ½ cup peas 
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil 
  • Fresh basil or cilantro 
  • Red chiles 

You can additionally serve this with some unsweetened plain vegan yogurt as a sort of “ranch / blue cheese” replacement! I like adding some shredded cucumber & carrot into the yogurt as well to make it more like Raita.

To make everything, here’s how! It seriously couldn’t be easier.

  1. Cook the wings in the oven according to package instructions.
  2. Over medium high heat, heat up a grill pan with your coconut oil.
  3. Brush the cooked wings with some of the vegan tikka masala sauce & add to your grill pan.  Grill for 1-2 minutes per side until grill marks form. 
  4. Cook your rice according to package instructions and mix in some warmed peas.  Season with salt if desired. 
  5. Add your rice to a bowl, top with the wings, and add your fresh herbs and chile.  Serve with more tikka masala sauce on the side & plain vegan yogurt if desired. 

And that’s it! The most DELICIOUS and easy way to make some really amazing wings. These are perfect for a quick meal, or make them in large batches for parties! They’re just the right amount of spicy, and have so much flavor.

Once again, I wanted to thank Maya Kaimal for partnering up with me to bring you this recipe- and ones coming in the future! If you use any of their products, make sure to tag me @plvntfood & them @mayakaimalfoods on instagram so we can share your delicious creations! Happy cooking. As always, love y’all from the bottom of my cold little heart.

Tikka Masala Wings

These VEGAN Tikka Masala Wings are the perfect party appetizer.

Author PLVNTFOOD by Chef Brianna Gallo

Ingredients

  • 1 package vegan chicken wings
  • 1 jar Maya Kaimal Vegan Tikka Masala Sauce
  • 1 package Maya Kaimal Perfectly Plain Surekha Rice
  • ½ cup peas
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • Fresh basil or cilantro
  • Red chiles

Instructions

  1. Cook the wings in the oven according to package instructions.
  2. Over medium high heat, heat up a grill pan with your coconut oil.
  3. Brush the cooked wings with some of the vegan tikka masala sauce & add to your grill pan. Grill for 1-2 minutes per side until grill marks form.
  4. Cook your rice according to package instructions and mix in some warmed peas. Season with salt if desired.
  5. Add your rice to a bowl, top with the wings, and add your fresh herbs and chile. Serve with more tikka masala sauce on the side & plain vegan yogurt if desired.

Recipe Notes

You can additionally serve this with some unsweetened plain vegan yogurt as a sort of “ranch / blue cheese” replacement! I like adding some shredded cucumber & carrot into the yogurt as well to make it more like Raita.

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