Sunday, June 16, 2013

Chicken Wings for Dad #SundaySupper {#Dairyfree}

Sunday Supper Movement


Happy Father's Day to all of of the Dad's! Today for #SundaySupper we celebrate Father's Day.   Our host today is no other but the amazing Isabel a.k.a. Family Foodie plus the founder of the #SundaySupper movement. Thank you so much!

Father's Day is not a holiday we celebrated growing up in Germany as there it is usually a day for the men to go out on a hike, and bring along a keg {or two} of beer. Let's just say that then men are pretty happy by the end of the day :).  My Dad never participated in that tradition...since our girls have entered preschool we have embraced Father's Day and it is now part of our year. Well, I must admit we do not have a gigantic celebrations, or presents besides the best present of all - homemade cards by the girls - and it's  a low key day.  No parties, just good old family time and a special fun dish...that is why I am bringing Chicken Wings for Dad to our #SundaySupper party today.  Yes, Chicken Wings so easy, delicious, and fun; plus - as always 100% dairy free :)  Chicken Wings is something we order on that rare date night and it is something that I have never made before.  Yes,  it is absolutely true...this girl has never made Chicken Wings before well that was until now.  These were absolutely perfect; adapted from this recipe served with delicious Oven Pommes Frites {this time plus garlic}, a side salad and a pint of beer...
Happy Father's Day!
Chicken Wings for Dad
  • 20 Chicken Wings {cut at the joint plus wingtips removed}
  •   1 Tbl Safflower Oil {or other high heat oil}
  •    Salt
  •    Pepper - Paprika {about 2 tsp.}
  •   1 C Ketchup
  •    5 Tbs Orange Juice
  •    1/4 tsp Cayenne Pepper {or more/less to taste}
  •    3 Tbs  Maple Syrup
  •    Hot Sauce to taste - I actually used plenty...{Tabasco, or any other hot sauce you like}
  •    1/8 C Mayonnaise
***Preheat oven to 450 F***
  1. Place chicken wings in a large bowl and mix - using your hands with Safflower Oil, Salt, Pepper, and Paprika. Mix until all wings are thoroughly coated;
  2. Line baking sheets with aluminum foil and place wings in a single layer;
  3. Once oven is preheated place wings in second, third, or top rack of your oven.  Do not place in the bottom rack;
  4. Bake for 10 minutes, then turn wings over and bake for another 7 minutes
  5. While wings are baking combine the sauce by mixing Ketchup, OJ, Cayenne, Maple Syrup and hot sauce.  Adjust Cayenne, hot sauce, and maybe salt to your liking. Reserve 1/4 Cup, and place the reminder of the sauce in a large mixing bowl;
  6. Remove wings from the oven, place them in the large mixing bowl containing 3/4 C of sauce , and mix the wings with the sauce.  When all the wings are fully covered with sauce return them to the foil lined baking sheets;
  7. Return to the oven and bake for another 10 minutes then promptly remove them for serving.
  8. Mix the reserved 1/4 Cup of sauce, with the 1/8 Cup of Mayonnaise and serve along for dipping the wings and/or Pommes Frites.
Chicken Wings for Dad

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