Ring of Fire Honey Garlic Ghost Wings

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Recently, while shopping at the Real Canadian Superstore, I noticed that they started carrying ghost peppers (bhut jolokia).  Since I’m a pepper fiend, I *had* to buy it — not having any idea whatsoever what I’d do with it.  After going to a wings restaurant with my buddies and having their sign-a-waiver-before-ordering hot wings, I knew that I could up the ante, and make a better tasting and hotter one!

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This is a super simple wings recipe, that doesn’t use a deep fryer (as regular readers know, I don’t deep fry anything).

 

Ingredients

  • Chicken wings, separated and split.
  • Creamed Unpasteurized Honey
  • A Head of Garlic
  • Soy Sauce
  • Oil
  • Ghost Peppers

(Yes, that’s it!)

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The amounts don’t really matter — when using ghost peppers, subtly is not part of the vocabulary.

 

Directions

Preheat your oven at 400 F

Throw your chicken wings in a bowl, and give them a nice coat of oil.  It really doesn’t matter what type of oil you use.  For these wings, I used the absolute cheapest oil I had.

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Line a baking tray with parchment paper, and arrange the wings so that they don’t touch each other.

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Throw them in the oven, and bake for 45 mins (at 400 F).

Now you can take a break, or start prepping the glaze.

Peel and dice an entire head of garlic.  Normally I do everything by hand, but this was a shitload of garlic and I was lazy, so I used our mini food processor.

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I didn’t make it into a paste, but chopped it up pretty damn fine still.

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Grab your honey (the sweet food, not your other honey!) and put some directly into a saucepan.

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Throw your garlic, and some soy as well into it.

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Use a low-medium heat setting, and let it all mix together.

Now the fun part.  Time for the ghost peppers!  I’ve been known to rub my eyes randomly, so I was prepared for handling these bad boys.  I used protection!

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Dice it up.  Some people like to remove the seeds; I don’t.

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Your honey garlic soy mixture should be all melted now.

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Add in most of the peppers, reserving a little bit to sprinkle on top later.

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Keep stirring until every last bit of the glaze burns.

Take it off the heat, and let it cool slightly while the wings finish baking.

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Toss the fully cooked wings directly into the semi-cooled glaze, and give them all a nice coating.

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Ta da!  There you have it, Burning Ring Of Fire Honey Glazed Ghost Wings!

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These suckers will numb your lips for a while, even after your finish eating them.  Its the gift that keeps on giving!

 

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Alex says:

    The worst thing about hot chicken wings is forgetting to wash your hands before you masterbate. The hookers also hate it when you have spicy fingers.

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