What is your favorite cut of BBQ meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken? For me it has to be any form of dark meat with a caramelized sweet sauce slathered on the skin. Please like and share and let me know if you decide to try this one out. It is so simple, just 3 ingredients make some lip-smackin’ goodness that will quickly become a game-time or party-time favorite!!
We had a going away for a friend recently and when I asked what he liked, he asked for wings. I have actually never exclusively made wings and there were a hundred different ways for making them. Breaded, fried, baked, you name it. So being that I had no idea which was the best method, I went for a combination of all the good things I have heard about people making chicken wings.
We ate these Sunday night and in the morning I set the wings out on cooling racks set on baking pans so they could dry. By the afternoon when I was ready to bake them the skin was dry enough that I was able to pour melted butter all over them and begin baking to get that amazing fried taste without all the hassle!
After about an hour of baking, I took them out and painted them with BBQ sauce and put them back in to caramelize for another 30 minutes. I was so glad I made enough for there to be leftovers because Dan and I finished them off on the way home, teehee!
All you need is…..
As many wings as your heart desires (that’s a lot when referring to my own personal heart)
Melted butter (salted)
Bottle of barbecue sauce (whatever is your favorite)
Allow wings to sit uncovered for at least an hour, preferably 2 or more. Preheat over to 350° and melt the butter. Paint the butter or toss the wings in a ziplock with butter to coat thoroughly. Bake for 1hr, then brush/toss with BBQ sauce. Bake for another 20-30 minutes depending on the size of the wings. Be generous with the BBQ Sauce!!