Monday’s Mouthful – Crispy Baked Chicken Wings!

Monday’s Mouthful – Crispy Baked Chicken Wings!

I LOVE CHICKEN WINGS. THEY ARE THE YUMMIEST. Ok. Now that’s out of the way…

These crispy baked chicken wings will change your life. And writing this without being dramatic is hard. The best part about these is that they are baked, not fried, but (because magic) still come out of the oven crispy and delicious. Since the first time I made these C has threatened to enroll me in Chicken Wings Anonymous on more than one occasion. I believe his exact words have been “Babe. If you eat another chicken wing you will turn into a chicken wing”. (My response? “Then I would become a cannibal” I may have to look into CWA…)

Crispy oven baked chicken wingsI firmly believe that homemade is better than store-bought for just about everything. That being said I have yet to come up with a recipe for barbecue sauce that I like better than President’s Choice Smokin’ Stampede Beer & Chipotle sauce. I could (almost) drink it out of the bottle. Jewish Deli Hot Sauce

My favourite hot sauce at the moment is from the Jewish Deli in St. John’s, NL. They have a variety of sauces but my favourite is their Rhubarb Habanero. It has a subtle heat balanced out by the natural tartness of the rhubarb. It pairs very well with the pinch of cinnamon I add to my spice rub.

Baked BBQ Chicken Wings
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Servings
2 People
Servings
2 People
Baked BBQ Chicken Wings
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Servings
2 People
Servings
2 People
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400°F and combine first 7 ingredients. I use a plastic bag to coat my wings with the spices.
  2. Place flour in a small bowl. Season with salt and pepper.
  3. One at a time coat the chicken wings with the flour. Shake off excess and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  4. Bake for 30 minutes, flip the wings, bake for another 20-30 minutes. They should be golden brown and delicious looking.
  5. Remove from oven and toss immediately with your favourite BBQ sauce. Enjoy.
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A displaced, food loving, Newfie who has made the world her home - currently attending pastry school in France. When not up to her elbows in bread dough or ice cream making, Tracie can be found surrounded by a sea of cookbooks, spending weekends with her Belgian, thinking about learning Dutch, or curled up with a glass of wine. Or, of course, laughing or crying (probably both) over Skype with her deerest cousin.

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