Sauced with honey, Cholula hot sauce, ketchup, bbq sauce, and sesame oil with onion and garlic powders. Served with a damp hand cloth because the only way to eat these is with your fingers and that is messy.
I par-boiled these for 10 to 12 minutes and then dusted them with flour after they had air dried . Then it was 15 minutes in a 400 oven, turn, and another 10 minutes. Dipped in a pair of sauces they went back in for about another 15.The darker sauce was honey and soy sauce … Continue reading Oven Baked Wings with Fries
I wasn’t going to go with the Vietnamese dipping sauce but I thought why not try it. Worked very well with the wings. Those were par boiled and set aside to dry. Later they were dusted with seasoned flour and browned in hot oil.I trotted out the usual sides to balance out the meal.
I like to dredge wings in seasoned flour before frying instead of just plopping them bare into the hot oil. These were done in that manner – sometimes I go full-on egg dip with flour dredge but that complicates things and I’m profoundly lazy. The sauce is simple enough, melted butter with a locally made … Continue reading Wings and Fries
I tried a variant on the par cooking method – I steamed the wings for 10 minutes, allowed them to cool and air dry, then dredged them in seasoned flour before deep frying. I just didn’t want all that chicken fat in my canola oil because I reuse it until it starts getting funky. I … Continue reading Wings!
These wings turned out well, despite a shaky start. A recipe I looked at said to throw the wings in a slow cooker with honey, soy sauce, and sriracha and cook on high for 3 or 4 hours, then broil for a few minutes to put a nice char on them. I decided to go … Continue reading Wings and Fries
A while back the local Kroger ran a sale on chicken wings, I bought extra and froze some after prepping them by discarding the wing tips and separating the remainder into little drumsticks and flats. (Freeze them on a tray while separate and then bag the hard frozen pieces in plastic.) I thawed these on … Continue reading Sticky Wings with Rice
I was looking around for one of my recipes, which I’m using for tonight’s featured recipe, and in the process stumbled upon JeffreyW’s cache of wings – in all kinds of varieties (you can see most of them here). That inspired tonight’s theme – hot wings! Before I get to that, a couple of things … Continue reading Friday Recipe Exchange: Spicy, Sweet and Hot