Sunday, March 12, 2017

How to make Spicy Wings : Sriracha Wing Recipe

In today's recipe, I'll show you how to make homemade "Spicy Wings". This recipe is not suitable for children and those of you that can't tolerate spicy, hot foods. For the brave ones, let's move with **caution**. This recipe is one of my favorites. It is simple and very easy to prepare.
You can use it for parties, cocktails, football games or wing night with friends.

20 Thawed party wings
1/3 cup of Vinegar
Seasoning salt
1/3 tsp of Garlic salt
Poultry seasoning
1 pack of sazon
Vegetable oil
1/2 cup of flour
1/2 cup of wing bread crumbs

Spicy sauce #1
Spiracha  hot sauce
Pure Honey 

Spicy sauce #2                    
Honey Barbecue Sauce
2 tsp  of Wet Jamaican jerk seasoning

Defrost wings in a bowl of water with 1/3 cup of vinegar
Once defrosted, rinse under cool water
Sprinkle seasoning salt to taste
Sprinkle 1 tsp of garlic salt
Cover wings with poultry seasoning
And scallion seasoning (optional)
Add 1 pack of Goya sazon

Use clean hands or spatula to blend in the seasoning throughout the wings
Then set aside
Wing coating:
Add 1/2 cup of flour and 1/2 cup of wing bread crumbs into a large ziplock bag
Seal and mix by shaking the bag
*Tip: For much spicier wings ,only add the Texas wing bread crumbs
Preheat on high 1/2 of a pot of vegetable oil
for deep frying
**You can also use your electric fryer if you have one
Add wings one at a time to the pot and cover
Once wings start getting slightly golden brown, use the tip of a knife to puncture the wings
This will allow the wings to be fully cooked
Cover and allow them  to cook for an additional 10 minutes until they are all golden brown
Remove from heat and place on a paper towel to drain the excess oil
Cover the entire bottom of a bowl with pure honey 
Add some heat to it by topping it with Spiracha hot sauce 
Mix, cover and set aside
Sauce #2
In a separate bowl, add honey barbecue sauce to cover the bottom of the bowl
Spice it up with 2 tsps of wet Jerk seasoning
Mix together, cover and set aside
**P.s: You might tea up while mixing this sauce
Firing up the wings:
Split the wings in half which should give you 2 sets of 10 wings 
Add the first 1/2 in sauce #1 cover and shake to coat and spread the sauce evenly throughout the wings
Add the second 1/2 of the wings to sauce #2 
Cover and shake to coat and spread the sauce evenly throughout the wings.
Serve on a platter with your favorite condiments and cool drinks!
Video Tutorial available in the link below:

Comment of the day:
Do you like"Regular Wings or Spicy Wings?

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