These are the BEST! The very very BEST!
They are NOT fried. And are only baked at the end to crisp up …
Bring out the crock pot baby!
I know I constantly talk about the temporary housing …
THIS is what I have to work with … and then I have this thing staring at me as well:
Which is WHY you are seeing a few more crock pot / slow cooker recipes lately …
Ok, so these wings? I got the recipe over at MadeItAteItLovedIt … and you really need to go check her site out, ok?
2 pounds of chicken wings that have been split. I used some from my 10 pound bag I bought from Costco eons ago and are taking up a big chunk of that damn chest freezer
1 cup of mustard based bbq sauce. I used Trader Joe’s Carolina Gold … *mustard base is NOT sweet so it needs to be this type!
1 tbs of hot sauce, give or take a few extra shakes depending on how hot you like it! I used the Tessemaes Buffalo Sauce because I can’t find my Aldi knock off of Franks (still unpacking folks)
Salt and pepper
Toss the wings in the crockpot. Measure out your bbq sauce and add the hot sauce to that. Mix it up.
Pour it over the chicken wings.
Put the lid on and set it to 6 hours on low. Ok, so truth be told, I cooked mine for a few hours on high and then knocked it down to low because I got distracted that morning by a girlfriend who came by …
Once cooked, lay the wings out on a baking tray, preferably lined with parchment paper to reduce your clean up headache and either bake at 400 degrees or broil til crispy and golden brown. *The oven we have here in the temporary house does NOT have a broiler. What? No freezer?? No broiler?? Hence, I baked for 5 minutes, flipped and baked again. Yummy results!
Serve up with some celery sticks and blue cheese or ranch dressing. Or just skip that fancy stuff and dig right in!
Looking forward to sharing with some of these GREAT Parties … go check them out!
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