Thursday, 5 January 2012

KICKING GARLIC BUFFALO WINGS



How much chicken wings can a person eat? Can anyone tell me? It is one food that make you lose count. Before you realize it, there's a pile of bones in front of you already. Blame it on the high skin to meat ratio. If anyone asks for extra skin, give them chicken wings.


This chicken wings will not only make you lose count, it may make you forget your name. Buffalo wings are usually fried then shaken with some sauce to coat. I have taken a detour from that classic recipe by baking them, coating with a spicy chilli and garlic sugar glaze then baking again to caramelize. It's like wings with a spicy caramel coating. Make it one of your fun nibbles next time you are entertaining. 




Ingredients:


1 kg. of chicken wings
3 tsps. salt
1/4 tsp. ground black pepper
1 tbsp. oil
3 tbsps. corn flour
1 1/2 tsps. crushed garlic
1 tsp. of chilli flakes (more if you like it hotter)
3 tbsps. brown sugar
1 1/2 tsps. paprika
1 tbsp. balsamic vinegar


Cut the tips off the chicken wings. Cut each wing into two on the joint. Put a slash on each side of each piece. This will make the seasonings penetrate into the meat. 


Season the wing pieces with 2 tsps. of salt and the ground black pepper. Add the oil and corn flour and mix very well. 


Line a baking sheet with a non stick liner. Arrange the wings on a single layer and bake in a preheated oven (350° F/ 180° C) for 40 minutes turning at half time. 


While the wings are in the oven, mix the garlic, chilli flakes, paprika, vinegar, brown sugar and the last tsp. of salt in a mixing bowl. When the wings are done, put them in this bowl and mix very well until all the chicken pieces are well coated with the mixture. Put them back in the baking tray and return to the oven. Cook for a further 5 minutes just to caramelize the glaze. Serve hot.


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19 comments:

  1. This is one delicious dish you have made. I am going to bookmark this.

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  2. What a truly mouthwatering version of buffalo wings, Adora! I really might forget my name after trying it! YUMMM!

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  3. Wow! This looks great. Mouthwatering.

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  4. I want. I want. I want. I want! Really, I do. Hubby and I have a standing date night of going out for wings and beer. We adore them. These look so terrific (and better for me). Wow.

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  5. Una ricetta da provare sicuramente, abbinata a una bella birra rossa fredda!!!
    Ti seguo e se ti fa piacere passa a trovarmi.
    Tantissimi auguri: BUON 2012!!!
    A presto

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  6. This looks amazing. I love great party food - this will be on my next menu for sure. Thanks for sharing! Glad I found your blog:)

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  7. Wow. These wings look incredible. I love non-traditional flavorings for wings. Great photos too!!!

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  8. my hubby would go crazy over these.

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  9. These look so yummy! Very beautiful presentation. I love the simplicity of this recipe. Perfect for game night. YUM.

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  10. Ok, as a wing lover, just reading your description of these was enough to make my mouth water. They look amazing, Adora! What a great twist on the traditional wing. Sooooo making these!

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  11. Oh yes, we can defiantly lose count on those, and easily overeat! Your looks amazingly delicious, and photos are fantastic!
    Have a wonderful Year, and lovely weekend too!!!!

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  12. Happy New Year Adora! You always make delicious wings (endless!). I need to bookmark this one as well. Look forward to your new posts this year!

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  13. I love the idea of adding chili flakes. Look delicious!

    Jenny @ Savour the Senses
    http://savourthesenses.com

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  14. These look absolutely mouthwatering!

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  15. Adora, I think I need a bigger plate! Talk about mouthwatering...finger liking good! I like to bake my chicken wings too, and one thing nice about wings is changing it up. You really kicked it up a few notches with this one! Needless to say...bookmarked!

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  16. i need an ice cold beer to go with these wings please? A platter of these wings will definitely be devoured in an instant.
    How's the first week of the year treating you like Adora? Looking forward to more posts this year.

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  17. I am drooling looking at those wings, Adora.

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  18. oh, I love buffalo wings, I tasted this recipe from a friend and it is really love it.

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  19. Made these for dinner last night and they were AMAZING! Thank you so much for posting this - definately looking forward to making these again - Sahr

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