This recipe is a simple way to braise turkey wings in a dutch oven or a caldero. The wings come out tender and juicy, the sauce is very thick and the whole thing is delicious!!
Season the turkey wings with the sea salt, black pepper, sage, thyme, garlic paste and 1 tbsp olive oil.
In a dutch oven (caldero)or a large frying pan, set the temperature to high heat, drizzle some olive oil and brown the wings on both sides (around 7-9 minutes per side).
Once all the wings are brown, add the onions, carrots and white wine. Lower the temperature to medium heat and cover. Let it cook for 30 minutes.
Uncover the pot and flip the wings upside down to make sure everything is under the sauce. Cover the pot and cook for 25 more minutes or until the wings are tender and the sauce is thick.
You could replace the garlic paste for garlic powder.
Do not use really sweet wines, slightly sweet or dry is your best bet for flavor. You could also use slightly sweet or dry red wines. Your sauce will be darker, but just as delicious.