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Posted 03 January 2013 - 21:12
i'll share my version, and you'll never look back.
^ Thank you !
I love making cornbread that is quick & easy.
All you need to do is add egg and a little milk.
I jazz it up with a liberal amount of vanilla, and some extra sugar.
This is great with just butter or served with chili.
Or makes a great breakfast with milk and sugar on it.
Posted 03 January 2013 - 21:28
Posted 05 January 2013 - 01:06
Baked Chicken Wings
I buy the 'jumbo wings' - that's the full wing, even w/ the tip
- lots of chili powder
- Adobo seasoning
- garlic powder
- (add cayenne if you want extra heat)
- add anything else you think would be delicious
Rinse each wing under cold water to wash off the chicken juice. Pat dry on paper towels.
Add wings to a bowl for the seasoning
Add a lot of the seasoning and toss to coat - honestly, more seasoning the better
Let sit in the fridge, covered, for x hours (whatever you can afford)
prepare a large baking sheet w/ foil (easier cleanup)
get out your wired racks (if theyre stackable, that's better)
add 1-2 cups of flour to a gallon Ziploc bag
add 3-4 wings to the bag and shake
shake off excess flour from each wing, place on wire rack
keep 1in space between wings, if possible
once all are placed, chill in fridge for 30-60mins (optional)
preheat oven to 425F (220C)
bake wings for 50-55 mins, while lowering temp to 400F (204C), 1/2 way through
**note** do not put wings too close to the bottom of the oven - they'll burn
while they bake - prepare hot sauce
- Franks Red Hot
- 1TBSP brown sugar
- couple splashes Worcestershire
- couple splashes Apple Cider Vinegar
- 1TBSP butter
- Garlic flakes or fresh garlic
Melt butter in small sauce pan
add garlic and sautee for 30-60 seconds
add brown sugar and stir to melt
add Franks, stir
add vinegar and worchestershire, stir
heat and taste - make sure it's amazing.
When wings are finished, put them into a giant bowl and throw the sauce on top. Toss GENTLY until coated.
Server as fast as possible. the sauce cools quickly.
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