Hailey Bieber kicked off the first full season of her at-home cooking show on Wednesday. The show which airs via YouTube had the famous model sharing tidbits about her personal life — and of course, the tastiest recipes. Keep reading to find out more.
Thanks to the show, Bieber fans will get the chance to join her digitally in the real-life kitchen she shares with her husband Justin for a taste of her favorite dishes.
Hailey announced her casual cooking show on YouTube named "What's in My Kitchen?" sometime ago and has been dropping one-off episodes of the series until now.
She is reportedly ready to drop the first full season which will contain six episodes. For the first episode, Hailey, 26, was all about "that wing life."
The model shared her buttermilk-brined chicken wings, which is a regular dish in her house.
"They don't have an official name," Hailey, 26, says as the clip begins. "So I'm going to show you how I came up with this recipe and how I make them."
To begin, Hailey preps her wings by marinating 2 pounds of chicken wings with 2 cups of buttermilk.
She then adds 1 teaspoon onion powder, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1 teaspoon garlic salt, 1 ½ teaspoon 24 herbs & spices and some black black pepper to the brine before leaving the chicken to rest in the fridge for at least an hour.
Hailey used tongs to make sure the chicken was well soaked in brine but she admitted that she was just being fancy because her hands were what she normally used.
While the chicken is resting, she combines all her dry ingredients into a large bowl. These include: One cup all-purpose flour, ½ cup cornstarch, ½ teaspoon onion powder, ½ teaspoon garlic salt, ½ teaspoon garlic powder and 1 teaspoon of 24 herbs & spices.
Afterward, she whisks them together. Then in a separate bowl, she adds two beaten eggs.
After the chicken was sufficiently marinated, Hailey removed them from the brine and coated them in the egg wash before tossing them in the dry ingredients until they were totally coated.
Hailey advised her viewers to cook the wings in a 380° air fryer for 15-20 minutes. It got the wings golden brown then she increased the temperature to 400° for an additional 5-10 minutes.
She advised her fans to keep an eye on the chicken and turn it several times so every part of it will get brown.
While the wings cooked, she prepped the sauce by adding 1 cup of Bachan's original Japanese barbecue sauce, 3 teaspoons of honey, 1-3 tablespoons of sriracha and a pinch of cayenne pepper.
By the time she finished, the wings were ready to be taken out of the airfryer. She then coated the wings with the sauce and garnished it with scallion.
She shared the meal with her camera crew and called it the best thing she has made in the show so far. In the other episodes, Hailey will create dishes like pizza toast and an at-home version of her Erewhon smoothie.