I used this recipe just to see if the baking powder trick would work. It seems to be a legit method, I wish now I had added some untreated wings to the tray as a control. I put them back on the rack that they spent the night in the fridge on, drying off. … Continue reading Oven Baked Hot Wings
Along with a few breaded chicken tenders we were needing to use up. The wings were dredged in seasoned flour, then in beaten egg with milk, and then through the seasoned flour again. These were done after about 9 minutes in the deep fryer set to 350 or so.
These were rolled in seasoned flour, refrigerated for an hour, and then dipped in sauce and baked on a rack in the oven for 45 minutes or so at 400, turned once. In deference to Mrs J, I dipped hers into a sweet BBQ sauce. Mine? About half butter and half Cholula.
With more of the copycat slaw and some baked beans. I had too much seasoned flour left over after dredging all the chicken and was loathe to just dump it. I added a bit of cornstarch and enough water to make a thin-ish batter and dipped a few broccoli florets for deep frying. It … Continue reading Hot Wings
My local chain grocer has wings in a “family value pack” and they are a pretty good value. I didn’t note the price on this package today other than it was less than 4 dollars for a couple of dozen wings. It is trivial to take these apart and fry them with a simple flour … Continue reading Mmm… hot wings and fries
These hot wings are all the rage these days and there are tons of recipes out there so I won’t link to any one in particular, just give a general sense of how to put it together. Cut the wings at the joints, discard the tips or save for a stock later on. (I keep … Continue reading Mmm…hot wings with blue cheese dressing
Mrs J doesn’t care for the usual hot wing sauce so I fried these wings plain and made just enough sauce for mine. She has no problem with my twice baked potatoes, though. The Mexi-corn has become a favorite side for us both.
The last time we fixed these we used the store brand wing sauce. Mrs J complained that it seemed a bit rich, and I agreed. It seemed greasy to me on top of that. In general, though, I liked the hot wings concept and decided to give them another whirl today. I read through a … Continue reading Mmm…hot wings