Its almost Superbowl and while I can’t say that I am an avid fan and watch football every Sunday, I do often entertain for the big games like this. One of my recipes that tends to be staple for Sunday Football is my Chicken Wings. It is a slightly altered version of my Dad’s original spicy wings recipe. And his recipe is always a hit, especially with all the men!
The sauce is a little sweet and tangy with a nice little kick for the genuine wing flavor. I have actually been told the sauce should be bottled. So I am letting you all in on this secret and hopefully you will have as much success as I do with this easy to please recipe!
Another notable plus about this recipe is that the wings are also baked, not fried. That will help ease the conscience just a smidge when joining in on the feast.
The whole process for the sweet and spicy wings takes about 1 hour and 5 minutes but, its a cooking at its simplest. Once you serve these I promise your Sunday crew will be begging for more!
There you have it-your Superbowl star recipe! They’re finger-licking good and won’t last long!
…all for the love of the dish
- Chicken Wings-Approx 3 Lbs
- Cooking Spray
- BBQ Sauce (I love Sweet Baby Rays Sweet and Spicy Recipe)-3/4 Cup
- Ketchup-1/2 Cup
- Franks Red Hot Wing Sauce-1/4 Cup
- Soy Sauce-2 Tbsp
- Worcestershire Sauce-2 Tbsp
- Salt and Pepper
- Blue Cheese for Dipping
- Preheat Oven to 400 Degrees.
- Coat pans with cooking spray.
- Salt and pepper the chicken.
- Evenly spray the top of the chicken with your cooking spray before placing in oven.
- Cook for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and using tongs flip each wing over. Spray the tops of the chicken again with the cooking spray and put back in the oven to cook for 30 more minutes.
- While chicken is cooking, mix together sauce ingredients-ketchup, BBQ sauce, wing sauce, Worcestershire, and soy sauce.
- Place the cooked wings in a large bowl and pour half to three quarters of the sauce in (Depends on how saucy you like them!) and shake to coat. I personally don't like my wings drenched in sauce so I put just enough to lightly coat all sides of the wings and put the rest of the sauce on the side for dipping.