Spicy BBQ Wings Recipe DGSpeaks

Spicy BBQ Wings Recipe

It might be fall but why not have a taste of summer. These hot wings paired with oven roasted sweet corn will most definitely hit the spot. 🤤 Another great thing about this recipe is that it’s made with sustainable meat and produce from Imperfect Foods.

Have a taste of summer all year long!

Recipe:

Instructions:

Soak chicken in a mixture of vinegar and spices for an hour in the fridge.

Once you are ready to take out your chicken to cook, cut off any excess dangling silk from corn husk and place corn in a 375-degree oven as is. It will roast in its husk while you are preparing your chicken and the silk will be easy to remove from the cooked corn.

Corn has several health benefits. Because of the high fiber content, it can aid with digestion. It also contains valuable B vitamins, which are important to your overall health. Corn also provides our bodies with essential minerals such as zinc, magnesium, copper, iron and manganese.

Now, beat the egg and put it into a bowl with marinated chicken. Then, toss chicken a few pieces at a time in a brown bag with flour. Fry battered chicken, fully immersed, in peanut oil at medium-high temperature for 4 minutes each batch.

In a separate large bowl mix all 3 sauces together. Place chicken in a bowl and cover thoroughly with sauce mixture. Then, remove and place chicken on a baking sheet and bake at 375 for 10 minutes.

Your corn will be hot and ready along with your chicken. Plate and enjoy. This recipe feeds for 2 at around 450 calories per meal. 🤤

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Now, beat the egg and put it into a bowl with marinated chicken. Then, toss chicken a few pieces at a time in a brown bag with flour. Fry battered chicken, fully immersed, in peanut oil at medium-high temperature for 4 minutes each batch.

In a separate large bowl mix all 3 sauces together. Place chicken in the bowl and cover thoroughly with sauce mixture. Then, remove and place chicken on a baking sheet and bake at 375 for 10 minutes.

Your corn will be hot and ready along with your chicken. Plate and enjoy. This recipe feeds for 2 at around 450 calories per meal. 🤤

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