This is a versatile sauce that can be grilled, chicken legs, chicken wings, or grilled shrimps. You can freely imagine it!
Onion ginger garlic chopped or sliced shreds are casual. Pixian bean paste was chopped with a knife.
Mix all materials and mix well. If you like a little taste, you can also add the pepper powder. The specific amount of each seasoning can be freely controlled according to your own taste preferences. If you like spicy food, put more chili powder, and if you like hemp, put more pepper, powdered pepper and so on.
Take roast chicken wings as an example (the same applies to roasting other meat fish and shrimps). Wash the chicken wings first and cut a few mouths to taste.
Mix the barbecue sauce with the chicken wings and marinate for about an hour.
The oven is preheated to 200 degrees, and the chicken wings are baked for about half an hour. If you like the surface, it will be baked for a while. In the middle, you can take out the baking tray and turn the chicken wings over to continue baking.