Sunday, May 2, 2010

5 Hour Garlic Bar-B-Que Chicken Wings

I admit it. I am a sucker for low and slow when it comes to meat. I think it is the best way to cook and guarantee succulent tender fall off the bone moist crazy good flavour. They aren't spicy hot, more smokey sweet.

Our Garlic Chicken Wings

Get your self a parchment lined baking sheet
a large ziploc bag
large bowl
olive oil
granulated or finely minced garlic
good quality chicken wings and drumettes
extra parchment sheet and foil
mesquite bar-b-que sauce

Place the chicken into the ziploc bag, drizzle with just enough oil for the wings to get a light coat, all you want is something for the garlic to stick too.

Spread the wings out onto the parchment lined baking sheet and liberally sprinkle with the garlic, the more garlic the yummier.

Place another piece of parchment over the wings, cover the entire thing with foil and pop it into an oven at 250 for 5 hours.

mix the bar-b-que sauce with the honey at 50/50, blend. When the chicken are ready -you can check at 4.5 hours, dip the wings into the sauce then replace them on the baking sheet without a cover. Place the baking sheet under the broiler to caramelize the sauce for 3-5 minutes or longer if needed.

That's it!

No comments:

Post a Comment