Salt & Vinegar Wings
“I have the right to life, liberty, and chicken wings.” ~Mindy Kaling
It’s a football playoff kind of weekend and even if you’re favorite team isn’t in the running you can use it as an opportunity to test out some different recipes for THE big game coming up in a few weeks! And of course, wings should always be on the menu! These salt & vinegar wings from Alex @thedefineddish are addictive and AMAZING! They are savory and zingy and are the perfect wing to serve in place of (or alongside) the old faithful, buffalo wing. Put these on your menu, you won’t regret it! *Bonus tip: If you have tried our refrigerator pickled veggies, the liquid works well to toss these with, just add a little extra vinegar to adjust the zing!
For an alternative cooking method, in case you don’t have a wire rack, this is what I do:
Preheat oven to 425°. I lay out my wings on a parchment lined baking sheet (don’t crowd them) and cook for about 20 minutes, then flip them over. Then I flip them every 15 minutes or so up to about an hour, until they have reached the desired crispiness. I usually toss them in whatever sauce I am using at about the 45-55 minute mark and return them to the oven for 5-10 minutes. Perfectly crispy every time!