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9.27.2012

Spicy Peanut Butter Sriracha Wings

There is no place like Buffalo, NY. If you have never had the opportunity to spend some time there, then you should think about making it happen.
Buffalo is a hidden jewel in New York State. Buffalo has an awesome music scene, lots of great art, great people, great hockey, and of course great food! Buffalo is home of many different unique dishes including,  roast beef on weck, chiavettas chicken, Sahlen's Hot Dogs, Flying Bison Beer, Aunt Rosie's Loganberry, Fish Fry Friday (Which is a Catholic Lent thing, and once a week during Lent Buffalo decides to get right with God and go out for Fish Fry Friday) and of course..........Wings!!!! Now any self respecting Buffalonian will tell you that Anchor Bar invented Wings, and they will even take you there, but they will be quick to point out that Duff's makes much better wings. They will also tell you to stop calling them Buffalo wings because in B-town they are simply, wings.         

I was feeling pretty nostalgic tonight, I wanted some wings. Buffalo and all it's wonders made it's way into my heart the four years I spent there, now there isn't a city that feels more like home. I discovered myself in Buffalo, I really came into my own as a woman there. I made lifelong friends, I met and married the man of my dreams in Buffalo. No wonder why I freakin love it so much!!!!! Wings kinda had to grow on me at first, but once they did, boy did they stick! Now anytime I go to Buffalo I have to get some wings! Tonight I wanted to go non traditional, and more Asian. I did make some classic wings, but the star for the night were Tom's spicy peanut butter sriracha wings. I made an initial sauce but that firecracker of a husband said they needed more heat so alas the creation is ultimately his. Look out Buffalo, you may have met your wing match!!!!


Spicy Peanut Butter Sriracha Wings

Sauce:
1/2 C Natural Peanut Butter
1/3 C Sriracha
2 T Honey
2 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
1 tsp Seasame Oil

Wings:
16 Chicken Wings (Mix of wing and drum)
EVOO as needed
Salt and Pepper

Method:
Mix all of your sauce ingredients together in a metal bowl, adjust seasoning and spice as you like it. Set aside. Dry and season your wings.  In a saute pan heat up a good amount of oil to fry your wings. Make sure oil is really hot and and then add your wings. Fry till just a little darker than golden brown, put on a paper towel to remove excess grease and then toss all your cooked wings in your sauce and serve. They are finger licking good!!!!
 











5 comments:

Abby Allen said...

Yah baby! That has Danny written all over it :).

LaurenJ said...

Wow, MAre! sounds soo good!

Mary Poehnelt said...

They were amazing!!!!!! YOu have to make them!!!!!!!

iani said...

great recipe mary, i made it on sunday for hungry peoples watching football

Mary Poehnelt said...

I'm glad you liked it Iani!!!!!

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