Monday, May 23, 2011

Tasty Tuesday: Natalie's Jerked Chicken Wings

Here is another recipe from my friend, Demi's wife, Natalie.

Fresh or Frozen Chicken Wings
2 Cups Oil
Jerk Seasoning (the best one is made by Walkerswood) (no measurement.  Use as needed, the more you use, the hotter the wings will taste).
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

Place oil in a frying pan and heat it to 350 degrees.
Place wings in oil and cook, until they get a nice golden brown on the skin. (If frozen be very careful placing in oil, as the ice will "pop" the oil and cause burns).
After the wings have a nice color, remove from oil and pat dry with a paper towel. 
Place wings on a cooking sheet or in an oven safe dish and cook in preheated oven until internal temperature has reached 165 degrees.
While the chicken is still hot, place Jerk Seasoning in a bowl and add chicken wings.  Toss lightly, making sure all sides of the wings are coated.
Place on a platter and serve hot. You could also put out some ranch dressing or bleu cheese dressing as a dipping sauce.   

Enjoy the wings.  Also, if you're having a party for the holiday weekend, make the Buffalo Chicken Dip I blogged about last week with these wings.  All of your friends will be talking about your food!!!!

1 comment:

  1. Yummy. I can vouch for the dip and all of your food. So good.


Hearing from you makes us so happy! Please leave us a kind word.