If you are making a very serious effort to cut calories, quit reading this blog immediately – link to my Chipotle Chili Chicken Skins recipe, instead. Calorie-cutting efforts would have to be super-human to resist this recipe–especially after one bite. This is a modified version of a Tyler Florence recipe for chicken wings that is insanely good.
I’m baking the Teriyaki Appetizer Meatballs I made yesterday and these wings will be the perfect accompaniment. You’re still reading so I’ll continue.
You could use entire chicken wings in this recipe, separated into sections at the joint. I prefer exclusively using the meatier drumette. No time to fool with these ingredients? Simply marinate wings in Soy Vay Veri Teryaki 2-24 hours, refrigerated, and bake as directed in this recipe. The buttery-lime flavor will be missing, but I guarantee you’ll suffer no complaints!
Five years since inception and Simmer and Smoke is available in paper and Kindle, with other formats on the wing. Mallory, Shelby and Miss Ann are, at last, alive. A feeling akin to childbirth? Not quite. It’s more like a funeral and I’m mourning their loss. I can’t revisit my people––give Mallory another pill washed down with booze; push Shelby … Full recipe post »
My son, Zan, married Lucy last week. Last week my first novel, SIMMER AND SMOKE, was attached a firm publication date: two weeks from today. (The paperback is now available on Amazon; the ebook will be soon.) Events surrounding the book’s massive to-do list were swept beneath wedding hoop-la without a glance. Big glorious times. This week the balloon has … Full recipe post »
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