I got an excellent deal on chicken wings on Monday and John quickly made them into a mouth watering meal. He works without a recipe, so I'll give you a rough idea of what he did, but mainly he just sort of winged it. (Bad puns for the win!)

First he split the wings. We had 14 full wings which made 28 split. He put them in a bowl and sprinkled them with olive oil, pepper, and Montreal steak spice (our go-to spice mix).


He spread them on a baking sheet and cooked them at a high heat (450°F) until fully cooked (about 40 minutes), flipping once. 


Once fully cooked, he added the wings to a bowl for tossing.


John made an amazing spicy BBQ sauce for them that included: prepared hickory BBQ sauce, Sriracha sauce, vinegar, chili powder, and salt + pepper. Not sure of the exact amounts of each, but it was damn good! Here are the wings right after the sauce was added. Look at them steam! It had a wonderful smell.


We snacked on wings strait from the bowl while watching the Emmys Monday night. Quite fun. The coriander seeds from the Montreal steak spice added an amazing flavour to these crispy and saucy wings.

Posted by Jen B On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 8 comments

8 comments:

  1. Mmmmm...delicious! Such a simple recipe, too. And I love Montreal steak spice! It always makes recipes even better.

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    1. We add it to everything. We love it so much. So good!

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  2. I'm sure it tasted good! Looks scrumptious.

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    1. They were delicious! Can't wait to do it again!

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  3. Yummers on the wings. Yesterday we had chicken legs. Love chicken.

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    1. I love chicken too. I have been getting chicken deals lately so we have it all the time.

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  4. i agree with spooky - YUMMERS! damn, they look great! cheers!!

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    1. Thanks they were delicious. Cheers!

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