Thursday, 18 August 2011

Really spicy chicken wings

This is not for the meek among us, if you like your food with a bit of a hit then this is one to try. You can of course make them milder with less aggressive use of encona.

Serves 2-4 depending on how hungry
One and a half kg chicken wings
Large splash white wine vinegar
75g butter
150mls Encona sauce

Blue cheese sauce
300mls sour cream
100g danish blue cheese
Celery sticks

Preheat oven to about 200c
Chop chicken wings in half beween wingy bit and drumstick and place on a nice big racked  oven tray lined with foil. This really helps as the wings get very sticky and a nightmare to clean up after. Place in the centre of the hot oven for about an hour until golden brown.

While these are cooking, simply chop the cheese into the sour cream, season with salt and pepper and set to one side .
In a large wok or frying pan, melt butter until bubbling, add white wine vinegar and encona and get nice and hot.

Pop in chicken wings and stir around until they are all covered ( This bit might make you cough a bit ).
This only takes 2-3 minutes, once they are all covered serve immediately with blue cheese sauce and celery

 I don't remember where we found this recipe but having looked at loads this combination seems quite popular. I just don't ever find them hot enough for me and encona is the perfect heat source for these little beauties.


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