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!
Whether you’re buried in 10 feet of snow, or basking in more winter favorable climes, February is a great time to inject a bit of heat–New Orleans style– into your kitchen. Here for my niece’s wedding, we’re spending a week in the Garden District, VRBOing a home built in the 1850’s with a front porch … Full recipe post »
Planning a dinner party menu, for me, is like figuring out an outfit to wear for a special occasion; so many choices but nothing comes together. The (such-a-deal) taupe sheath with a metallic band is very cool but none of my shoes are right. And accessories? Don’t even go there. The Baked Quince stuffed with … Full recipe post »
Hi there! I'm Peggy Lampman -
Food writer by trade, curious cook by design.
The past 30 years have witnessed a raucous race from my professional to
home kitchen - persnickety customers, petulant children and piles of dirty dishes
lie in my wake. And the dinnerFeeds - well - they
are my story. More about Peggy and this site...
Taste buds prickle; wanderlust triggered. An Argentine barbecue (asado)
enticed me to Patagonia. A friend gave me a vial of ground sumac berries--4 months later I was
waking at dawn to the "Call To Prayer" in Turkey. Porcini to Tuscany, and so on. Read more about my chronicles of
trips and favorite associated recipes. Browse my travel recipes...
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