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Simple Hot Wings

Simple Hot Wings

All three have the same ingredients.  It’s just the proportion of the ingredients that get you to the heat level you prefer.

–    Wings
o    About 10 wings cut into three pieces and discard the tip.  (Save it for homemade broth)
o    All Purpose flour for dredging chicken
o    Eggs for coating chicken
o    Salt
o    Freshly ground black pepper
o    Adobo seasoning
o    Canola cooking oil
–    Equipment
o    Frying pan
o    Tongs
o    1 gallon Zip lock plastic bag
o    Bowl
o    Wisk

1.    After you rinse the chicken and dry it on paper towels, season the chicken with the salt, freshly ground black pepper and Adobo.  Set aside.
2.    Crack the egg in a bowl, add salt and freshly ground black pepper and Wisk until combined
3.    Add about two cup of all-purpose flour into the 1-gallon zip lock bag. Salt and pepper the flour and shake.
4.    Heat canola oil in the frying pan over medium heat
5.    Take each piece of chicken and dip on all sides in the beaten seasoned egg,
a.    Then place it in the zip lock bag of seasoned flour.
b.    Close the bag and gently shake to get the thoroughly coated on chicken
6.    Carefully place the coated chicken into heated oil
7.    Repeat step 5 through 6 until all the coated chicken is in the frying pan.
8.    Turn chicken after about 90 seconds and let cook another 90 seconds
9.    Remove cooked chicken wings from oil and place on a paper towel

Hot Sauce
–    Tabasco Sauce
–    Butter or margarine
–    Worcestershire sauce
–    Minced garlic
–    Sauce pan
–    Wooden spoon
–    Knife
–    Tongs
–    Tablespoon for measuring Tabasco Suace
1.    In the sauce pan over low heat melt two tablespoons of butter.
2.    Add two tablespoons of Tabasco Sauce
3.    ¼ teaspoon of minced garlic
4.    A dash of Worcestershire Sauce
5.    Bring to a slight bowl and stir until color is blended well (about 30 seconds)

–    A little heat
Use the exact sauce recipe

–    More heat
Adjust step 1 of the sauce recipe to 3 tablespoons to 2 tablespoons of butter

–    Pretty hot
Adjust step 1 of the sauce recipe to 4 tablespoons to 2 tablespoons of butter

Bringing it together:

Take tongs and take cooked chicken and dip on each side in the hot sauce.
Remove chicken and set aside.
Repeat with remaining cooked chicken.

1 serving

October 30, 2010 - Posted by | Poultry Recipes | , , ,

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