Monday, September 14, 2009

Spicy Chicken Wings

1 package halal chicken wings, about 2 pounds or 25 to 30 wings. If they are frozen, thaw them in cold tap water. Cut them in sections, using a sharp knife, seperate the wings at each joint. Discard the gristly tips.
Broil one side at about 450 degrees farenheit until they are golden brown, then turn them over and brown the other side.

For the sauce, combine:
1 cup vegetable juice like V-8,
1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce,
2 teaspoons vinegar,
1/4 cup hot sauce,
1 Tablespoon prepared horse radish (if you like it, it is delicious without this too)
Stir it all together and simmer it until it gets just a little bit thicker. It should coat the back of your spoon, when you dip your spoon in it and pull it out again.

Now add your broiled wing sections and simmer it a little longer, maybe 10 minutes. A wooden spoon is sufficient to turn the wings over just until they are well coated with the sauce.

Finally they are done, spicy and succulent.

Serving suggestion. Shown with Roasted 'Tatoes and Vegan Homemade Biscuits.
This is too spicy for toddlers, and the bones are also a bad idea for toddler fingers. However, my husband is a happy man when he sees this on his plate.

1 comment:

"If it ain't simple, I don't cook it."