Servings: four to six as an appetizer.
It’s easy enough to double or triple this recipe. Just be sure to do the same with the accompanying sauce.
Use a sharp chef’s knife to split the wings at the joints, saving the middle section and drumette for grilling.
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It's really fun to make several of the sauces to serve when guests are over - a potpourri of flavor. The finger food, saucy mash-up is a hit with kids and teens, too!
Excellent! A family and guest favorite!
I barbequed these wings up for a superbowl snack. Ummmm good! When ever you choose a "Rosenfeld" recipe you are in for a taste treat!
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