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Wings. Steamed, Baked, Broiled and Badadadadang Boom!

Contributed By: Jacob, NC | See all of Jacob's recipes
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Active Time:  35 Minutes
Total Time:  1 Hour 30 Minutes
  24 Wings
Just do what I say! I got the cooking part of my recipe from the guitarist of Lamb of God, Mark Morton. It's the steaming that makes a difference. Change, adjust, add, subtract or use this recipe idea for some damn good oven cooked chicken wings!
RECIPE INGREDIENTS
Cut up enough raw chicken wing pieces to fill a baking pan o
r so. (1-2 lbs.) Marinate the wing pieces with; Mandarin Or
anges (1 cup w/ juices), 1/2 cup Allegro Seasoning, 1/4 cup
Frank's Red Hot Sauce, 1/4 cup Zesty Italian Dressing, 1/2
tsp Chili Powder, 1/2 tsp Adolf's Meat Tenderizer, 1 tbsp
minced garlic, 1 tbsp sugar, dash of cayenne pepper flakes,
and 2 tbsp melted butter.
DIRECTIONS
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Start a light boil to steam a


large pot with about an inch of water. Place the marinated


wings in a steamer/colander with a lid on the boiling water.


Stir wings around the steaming pot for about 15-20 minutes.


Pull off. The fat has cooked off a little and the juices


are sealed in. Place some baking racks on shallow baking


pans; enough to fit the amount of wings you have. Spray


the racks with Pam or substitute and place the steamed wings


on them. Cook the wings about 15-20 minutes on each side.


If you want, broil the wings for about a minute on each side.


Remove when desired color and doneness is reached. Here's


the sauces' recipes.


Simply grab any sauce; hot, sweet,


tangy, twisty, spicy or all of the above. Just use your


imagination, but don't go too far. Take some simple sauces


and heat them up in small saucepans. Always use at least


a tbsp of butter melted into your sauce so that it will coat


your wings and add some flavor. A little garlic, chili powder,


teriyaki seasoning, ginger powder, lemon pepper, Parmesan,


cayenne, paprika, honey and/or maple syrup, etc.


After


the wings have cooked to your perfection, toss them


in each sauce and watch your friends drool, scream and cry.


Date Added: 01/22/2013
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