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Cahnge of pace here....I have about 4 1/2 pounds of chicken wings and need a recipe for.....
November 13, 2006
6:10 pm
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Hot Wings!

Last couple of times, I have deep-fried them in peanut oil - then once fried have doused them into an skillet with butter and some plain ole store-bought chicken hot-wing sauce. OK - but nothing to write home about!

I am looking for spices and seasonings to add to the mix. Garlic - to be sure...any other suggestions?

Have to fry these puppies up soon before they go bad!

Thanks!

November 13, 2006
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can you grill them?

I would suggest a marinade of Chalula hot sauce, peanut oil, honey, and garlic...maybe some mild BBQ sauce to cut the heat. Fajita seasoning might be good, too.

November 13, 2006
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I mix together Catalina dressing (it's a Russian style French salad dressing), apricot preserves and a packet of Lipton (dry) onion soup mix.

Pour the sauce over the wings and bake in the oven.

They are yummy!!!!

November 13, 2006
6:46 pm
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hmm..yeah, a mango salsa or chutney might be good, too.

November 13, 2006
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Thank you all for responding. All sounds great!

However, what I am really looking for is SPICES!!! (fresh or packaged)

I have this GREAT recipe for New Orleans BBQ shrimp....(which isn't BBQ - like we think of it.)

It is from Jeff Smith's: "The Frugal Gourmet" and entails first and foremost - frying up about 3 or 4 slices of bacon - removing the bacon and leaving the bacon grease in the pan - (yeah...you can actually hear your arteries clogging up on this one..)...then adding 2 sticks of butter along with a combo of dijon & yellow mustard, chili powder, basil, tyme, course black pepper, oregano, fresh garlic, crab-boil seasoning, tabasco and 1 1/2 pounds of shrimp.

Mix and heat all ingredients together (less the shrimp) to form one, ugly-looking mess and put in the oven for 21 minutes, turning every 7 minutes- three times over shrimp (still in shell) for one helluva shrimp recipe...

Only, I guess, what I am looking towards is a variation of this to apply to my chicken wings.

While this is a great recipe for shrimp...I am wondering how to "spice it up" even more for chicken wings? Simply add more hot sauce and/or store-bought "Buffalo-Chicken Wing Sauce" to give it that reddish buffalo look and flavor?

I just don't know!

I DO know that this recipe for shrimp is sooooo gooood (how good is it?...you may ask???) Well, it is so damned good - that it even makes your garbage smell good afterwards!!!! Kind of like - the next day - as you go about your business and happen to encounter the garbage can the next day....you just have to STOP for a minute and ingest the wharft of goodness which you experienced just the day before...in nothing less than a fine culinary memory....and say to yourself...MAN that sure was good!!!)

YES!!! It's THAT GOOD!!!!

Only, like I said before - I guess what I am looking for is "Variations of a Theme" as described mostly in musical terms....but only applying to the taste buds.

Any suggestions???? Just add more Hot sauce - do ya think????

November 13, 2006
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how about enchilada sauce? For spices I would suggest season-salt, chili powder and loads of garlice and cumin, paprika, and cayenne pepper...what about old bay seasoning? Some coriander, too, maybe, and lemon juice. I'm trying here!

zax

November 13, 2006
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zax,

YEAH! Some more chili powder & cayenne might just do the trick...a dash of coriander (for complexity)might be good as well..and what's not to like about lemon juice????

I'll give it a whirl - thanks!!!

November 13, 2006
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I think Food Network might have some recipes online. I've heard Frank's Hot Sauce and margarine are a good base.

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