Thursday, February 2, 2012

Hot n Spicy Chicken Wings

With the football (NFL) mood peaking up for the Super bowl, we decided to make the traditional American favorite appetizer Buffalo style Chicken Wings. Originating from the region of Buffalo, the classic wings are deep fried and then coated with the hot sauce. We have been little less generous on the oil, hence the baked version. But have no doubt, they are still  finger smacking good !

Prep Time: 30 mins
Ingredients
Chicken Wings: 10 Pieces

Marinade

Chili Powder: 3 teaspoons
Turmeric Powder: 1 /2 teaspoon
Vinegar: 2 teaspoons or Lemon Juice: 1-2 tablespoons
All purpose flour: 1/4 cup
Olive Oil: 3-4 tablespoons
Pepper: 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste

Final Dressing/Coating Sauce

Chili Garlic Sauce: 2 teaspoons
Frank's Original  Red Hot Sauce: 5 tablespoons
Butter(optional): 1 tablespoon

* We have removed the complete skin on the wings to suite our preference, however some people will like to keep the skin on and no harm doing so.
* Its better if you can marinate the wings a day or two earlier.
* Any brand of hot sauce is okay, we have used Frank's red hot sauce in this recipe

Mix all the marinade ingredients and rub generously over the wings. Coat the bottom of a deep dish (oven safe) with little oil. Put the marinated chicken wings  to bake. Pre-heat the oven to 475° F and bake for about 15 mins. Toss it over to other side and bake for another 15 minutes until its fully cooked and becomes crispy. Take it out of oven, drizzle the coating sauce and toss. Enjoy it hot.

Some chilled beer, celery sticks and ranch dip.You are all set for the big game.

17 comments:

  1. Looks so spicy and delicious!

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  2. yummy chicken...perfect with dip!!

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  4. That just brought water to my mouth. Please let me last till I can make this at home!

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  5. They look yummy

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  6. Spicy and delicious..mouthwatering.

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  8. I would have taken a few pieces if it was not spicy :-)

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    meera

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