Servings: 4 to 6
Everyone loves chicken wings, that fiery and buttery all-American snack that pairs perfectly with lots and lots of beer. I love adding unexpected flavors to familiar foods, and these wings are a perfect example of why it’s fun to think outside the bottle of Frank’s hot sauce. The chile, lime, garlic, cilantro, and Worcestershire provide a savory-acidic base for the sauce and add many new and wonderful layers of flavor, while the butter coats the wings with a luscious richness.
Excerpted from THE FARM by Ian Knauer. Copyright © 2012 by Ian Knauer. Reprinted by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved
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We enjoyed this but didn’t love it. I think I will try some other wings flavors before repeating this one again.
Wow! Fantastic flavor! If you like cilantro you will love this recipe. I made extra sauce and ate it on everything for days.
I oven roasted my wings instead to cut calories. I seasoned the wings with my favorite seasonings and roasted them in 400 degree oven for 35 minutes. Tossed the wings with the sause and it was perfect!! So refreshing and delicious. It wasn't spicy at all, just a little kick. Love this recipe!
Great taste and easy recipe to follow. This one is a keeper for parties!
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