Chicken wings are the ultimate finger food, and are great for outdoors entertaining. They can be prepared in many ways (for more recipes, press HERE) and with different flavors. This time, I’ve decided to make them crispier and spicier than usual. Continue reading “Spicy Crispy Chicken Wings”
Crispy, sweet and spicy, the following chicken wings and smashed potatoes are just perfect for a summer lunch. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Chicken wings and Smashed Potatoes”
Chicken wings are a favorite of mine, and I’m always looking for new ways to prepare them. This quick and easy recipe was assembled on a hot summer day, when I needed a simple dish, that didn’t require too many ingredients or cooking procedures. Continue reading “Chicken Wings with Mustard, Lemon and Thyme”
If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ve probably noticed my fondness for chicken roasted with lemon. The following super easy to make dish, of chicken wings and potatoes, is another example of that. Continue reading “Lemon-Saffron Roasted Chicken Wings and Potatoes”
I am taking the weekend off, and so I’ve decided to re-post this recipe, which was published almost 4 years ago. Whether you’ve already seen the recipe here, or you’ve followed the blog later, I’m sure you’ll find the recipe worth trying. See you next week with new recipes.
While chicken is the most common poultry around the world, in many places chicken wings were not considered a separate food item. They were usually thrown into a stock, or thrown away altogether. There are many theories about who first transformed this formerly boring part into a tasty snack. Most probably, all the theories are correct, as so often happens in the culinary world.
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With fresh citrus fruits arriving at the stores, I’ve decided it’s time for some orange flavored chicken wings. Continue reading “Honey Orange Sticky Chicken Wings”
The following recipe is very quick to assemble and to prepare. Here the wings are roasted in the oven, but they can be grilled as well. Just perfect for 4th of July weekend lunch, or any other informal gathering.
I like to serve the wings with blue cheese and celery dressing (check THIS POST for recipe), roasted vegetables, fresh celery – and lots of napkins!
Any way you choose to serve them, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these tasty wings. Continue reading “Spicy Crispy Chicken Wings”
The list of ingredients for the marinade in this recipe is completely “fusion”. It contains maple syrup and honey from Vermont, Ethiopian Berbere* spice mix, Indian-inspired curry spice mix, French mustard and Japanese soy sauce… However, once you’ll prepare the dish and taste it, I’m sure you’ll agree that the “fusion” here is far from “confusion”, as happens too often…
All the flavors work perfectly together and the result is tasty, spicy, sweet and salty chicken wings, with a beautiful deep color and wonderful aroma. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Oven Roasted Chicken Wings”
While chicken is the most common poultry around the world, in many places chicken wings were not considered a separate food item. They were usually thrown into a stock, or thrown away altogether. There are many theories about who first transformed this formerly boring part into a tasty snack. Most probably, all the theories are correct, as so often happens in the culinary world. Continue reading “Two Oven-Roasted Chicken Wings and One Dip”