Chef Robert McGrath's Garlic-Pepper Chicken Wings with Maple Syrup and Bourbon

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Chef Robert McGrath's Garlic-Pepper Chicken Wings with Maple Syrup and Bourbon

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup TABASCO® brand Garlic Pepper Sauce
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 2 teaspoons bourbon
  • 1 pinch kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons butter, melted
  • Vegetable oil
  • 2 dozen chicken wings
  • 1/4 cup Wondra® flour or rice flour

Preparation

Combine TABASCO® Garlic Sauce, maple syrup, bourbon, and salt; whisk in melted butter in small amounts until sauce is thickened and smooth.

Preheat vegetable oil in fryer to 350ยบ F.

Remove and discard wing tips from wings. Separate each wing into two pieces at the joint; trim excess fat and skin. Toss chicken wings in a bowl with flour. Fry wings for 10 minutes or until golden and crispy. Toss wings with desired amount of TABASCO® Garlic Wing sauce.

Makes 24 chicken wings.

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  • Name: JO
    Date: February 21st, 2013
    Re: What does it mean when it says to toss wings with desired amount of sauce?

    The Tabasco brand sauce is called: TABASCO Brand Garlic Pepper Sauce. When the other stuff is added from the recipe to create the wing sauce they are calling it: TABASCO Brand Garlic Wing Sauce, which makes more than you need to coat the wings, hence use 'desired amount' of Wing sauce
  • Name: College Kid
    Date: February 11th, 2013
    What does it mean when it says to toss wings with desired amount of sauce?
  • Name: Jeremiah Johnson
    Date: February 2nd, 2013
    Love it. You get a nice Garlic taste with the Tabasco flavor. Its an easy recipe to make and works well with most parties. Thanks for sharing.
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