May 14, 2014

Honey-Glazed Chipotle, Chicken Wings

I’ve always had an exquisite appetite for food, and an...


honey chipotle chicken wings

I’ve always had an exquisite appetite for food, and an enthusiasm to learn as much as I can about culinary as I do in fashion. In comes to mind that both are Art related somehow, are they not? In fashion, accessories are la crème de la crème in any outfit – they describe and vision a personality. In culinary, the combination of spices and herbs is what a chef or region is known by – that’s what divides a restaurant from one another. But I don’t say all this to tell you that I’m another expert chef who knows it all, but I sure am a follower who enjoys cooking a good meal like these honey-glazed chipotle, chicken wings coated for a delightful mixture of sweetness and spiciness.


I always love to take some time to look around some cooking sites and see what will inspire me for my next meal. As I plan to make Styled and Framed a place where I can share my personal likes on cooking, travel, soon to be personal outfit posts, and of course more Fashion, I thought it would have been great to start off this day by sharing a lighthearted recipe. Now, I’m no genius in cooking, but coming from a Mexican background, I always like to change one or two ingredients around to complete my dishes; my mom never follows an exact recipe except in baking. There’s really no limit in cooking, only creativity.


You can read the recipe below taken from an inspired Cooking channel recipe I slightly modified. Hope you enjoy!

INGREDIENTS (my addition in italic):
  • Vegetable oil, for greasing pans
  • Preparation: 3 pounds chicken wings, split; 1 teaspoon kosher salt; ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • Coating: 3 tablespoons honey, 1 tablespoon soy sauce, ½ teaspoon curry and cumin powder; 2 original chipotle’s sliced


DIRECTIONS:
  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Lightly oil 2 baking pans (one for baking and another for coating). Mix wings with salt and pepper and divide them evenly between the pans – leave room for easier maneuver when rotating them. Bake for 45 minutes.
  • Turn the wings and rotate the position of the pans halfway through (this helps everything cook evenly) at around 25 minutes, until they’re crisp and golden brown.
  • Meanwhile, mix the coating for the wings together in a large bowl. Toss the wings in the coating, and place them in the second pan. Return to oven for about 5-8 minutes, and bake until they look more caramelized. Take out of oven.

Tip: serve with a small salad or rice as I prefer.

Photo: taken by me.
Recipe Inspired by: Andrea Albin for Cooking Channel.

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