I LOVE wings. My old crew and I used to have a Wed night ritual at the pub, wing nite. I miss those days. However, life being what it is, I’m past that all the while trying to be a responsible dad. Lol.
So, I decided to give it a go at home. Homemade wing night. Here’s how it turned out.
I took two bags of frozen wings and bake them in the oven. No deep fryer. I know, sacrilege. Lol. Now, one of the things I LOVE about tastefully simple’s cooking sauces is that I can add a ton of flavor add not have to be a sauce genius. Here are a few that we tried.
The honey teriyaki brings some Asian flair. A sweet soy flavor that fills that “Chinese takeout” craving.
Next up, my initial favorite sauce: Bayou Bourbon. Sweet but not too sweet. Goes great on chicken, pork, shrimp, or salmon.
The next one is a ghost pepper sauce that my wife purchased when she was at conference in Philadelphia.
It wasn’t as spicy as i thought it was going to be but still a very flavorful sauce.
The next two are variations of garlic parmesan.
This one is our cooking sauce with some cayenne added. So, it’s a little spicy and it’s my new favorite sauce.
The next is a homemade ish version of garlic parmesan.
Add a couple of Tbs Of butter and Two tsps. Of garlic garlic to a pan. Cook until the butter melts.
Once melted, add to your wings.
Dust with parmesan.
And here you have it… At home wing night.🙂
Everyone loved the wings. Loved the variety.
The Tastefully Simple guy
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