Friday, September 7, 2012

Baked Buffalo Wings: NO FRYING!

Baked Buffalo Wings: NO FRYING!


 Hi everybody :)

I been browsing the web again looking for a recipe that make buffalo wings that are not fried. I do like fried foods, but not all the time. I mostly cook my meat and fish dishes in the oven, as you know from yesterday post never in the microwave.

While browsing I came across a lots of buffalo wings recipes, but this one stood out. Here we go....


Baked Buffalo Wings adapted partly  Live Better America














Ingredients
Chicken Wings
2 lb chicken wing drummettes (about 24)
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons ketchup
2 tablespoons red pepper sauce (I used Frank's Original )
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce (I 1/2 teaspoon  used McCormick Worcestershire Ground Black Pepper Blend)
1/2 teaspoon A.1. Dry Rub Bold Original
Frank's Red Hot Wing Sauce
Paprika
Celery sticks, if desired
Served with blue cheese dressing and bleu cheese crumble

Heat oven to 350°F. Line 15x10x1-inch pan with foil. Remove skin from chicken. (I didn't do this)
Step 2 In resealable food-storage plastic bag, mix honey, ketchup, pepper sauce , Worcestershire sauce,  and  A.1. Dry Rub. Add chicken. Seal bag; refrigerate at least 15 minutes but no longer than 24 hours, turning occasionally. I marinade it for 2 hours.
 
Wings with Marinate Mixture






 











Step 3 Place chicken in pan; sprinkle with Hot Wing Sauce and paprika. Bake uncovered about 30 minutes. Drain. Sprinkle with more Hot Wing Sauce and cooked 10 minutes longer, or until crisp and juice of chicken is no longer pink when centers of thickest pieces are cut.
Wings after marinating for 2 hours, Paprika, and  Frank's Red Hot Wing Sauce









Uncooked Wings



























What I Did and/or Think:
I know this is not a healthy recipe, being partly adapted from Live Better America but I didn't want a fried recipe, so I used this one. I made a few changes to the recipe: I didn't used Worcestershire sauce, used a  Worcestershire Ground Black Pepper Blend instead, added a Dry Rub seasoning, and Hot Wing Sauce for a little spicier taste. I also didn't skinned the drummettes, didn't have the time or the patience :) 

I served it  with blue cheese dressing with bleu cheese crumble. The wings were GREAT! Not too hot, but hot enough, just the way I like it. You all know what that means .... IT'S....A....REPEAT!  If you're looking for a baked hot wings recipe, because you're tried of fried, give this one a try, it's gooooooood y'all.


















ENJOY! Come again....

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I linked this to:
Rattlebridge Farm: Foodie FridayTidy Mom I'm Loving It: RadLab , Simply Designing: Simply Link Party , Eat Your Heart Out Foodtastic FridayThe 21st Century Housewife: Gallery of Favorites , Simple Living with Diane Balch: Foodie FridayWhipper Berry: Friday Flair Link Party,  Appetizer Round-Up and Your Best Party Recipes Blog Hop and  Comfy in the Kitchen: Friday Favorites!

4 comments:

  1. I love that these are ingredients I usually have on hand. Thanks for sharing your recipe on foodie friday.

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  2. Looks tasty to me!! Healthy is not always right... it's all about moderation. :) Thanks for sharing at Foodtastic Friday!

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  3. Your buffalo wings look great! We will be including this in our features of appetizers recipes on the Gallery of Favorites tomorrow.

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  4. I'm so glad to be including your delicious Buffalo Wings in our feature on appetisers on the Gallery of Favorites tomorrow. Your recipe really caught my eye not only because it is baked so much healthier, but also for the flavourful ingredients you have used in the sauce for just the right level of spicing. Those wings look really mouthwatering!

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