Sunday, February 11, 2007


As you know from my other blog, I was in Alabama this weekend. So, we did not buy provisions last week and made do on what we had to make it until we left Friday morning.

I found some Tyson Frozen Chicken Wings and decided “hot wings” is what we will have for supper Thursday evening.

I placed the full bag, about 27 mixed pieces of “flats” and “drums” on a greased baking sheet and heated the oven to 400 degrees. I cooked the uncovered wings for about 50 minutes, taking them out and turning them after about 30 minutes.

About 10 minutes before the wings came out of the oven, I heated 1/3 stick of butter, 2 or 3 tablespoons of vinegar, 4 tablespoons of my favorite hot sauce, 1 cup of hot and spicy barbeque sauce, and about ¼ cup of honey in a large skillet.

As soon as the wings came out of the oven, I tossed them into the hot, sweet, and spicy mixture and continued to toss them repeatedly until fully coated in the sauce.

I served the wings with a frosty glass of Old Scratch beer and plenty of paper towels!

If you like you wings a little crunchy, I suggest broiling them for about 5 minutes on each side prior to tossing them in the sauce.

Finger licking good!


Fathairybastard said...

50 minutes on 400 sounds a little long, like they'd come out black and smokin'. Were they frozen solid when you put them in?

Mushy said...

Yep! Hard as a rock!

Fathairybastard said...

That just sounds like an excessive amount of heat for a long time on a little bitty piece of meat, but I guess it worked. Looks good. The sauce sounds awesome.

Mushy said...

Nope, they were just right and very tender. You have to remember that about a third of the time is spent thawing.

Fathairybastard said...

I bow humbly to your experience and wisdom, oh wise elder one.

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