That title is a mouthful (hah!) and a pain in the behind to type.
My love for chicken wings has really blossomed in the south, so I decided to try my hand at making them. I wasn’t sure how to do them exactly, and I didn’t really follow a specific recipe – just a bunch of different ones. Most of them give the following guidelines for making chicken wings:
1. Season with salt and pepper before putting them on the grill.
2. Heat grill to medium, high heat will cause flame-ups.
3. DO NOT marinate! Toss in sauce immediately after cooking.
Because I have some sort of sauce ADD (I HAVE to have multiple sauces, I can’t focus on one) I used a homemade ketchup-based BBQ and a true mustard-based BBQ sauce and tossed about half in each one. They were delicious.
Meanwhile, in the kitchen, Lissa was busy making the crostini. I’ll admit, I had my doubts at first, but it turned out to be super good. You can find the recipe here.
Suggested changes and additions:
* Go lighter on the garlic for the Crostini. (I never thought I’d say go light on garlic!)
* Flip often with the wings, and make sure your grill is oiled/sprayed so they don’t stick
* Find a recipe for your OWN ketchup-based BBQ sauce, it’s totally worth it.