Written by Carol Kicinski
Ingredients For the wings: 16 ounces gluten-free Italian dressing 1 (7-ounce) can chipotle peppers in adobo sauce (I prefer La Costena brand) 3 garlic cloves 20 – 25 chicken wings Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste Gluten-free barbecue sauce, as needed (I highly recommend Bone Suckin’ Sauce–Thicker Style) For the dipping sauce: ½ cup sour […]
I often get email letters from people asking me for recipes for “kid food.” Personally, I never made a distinction in my home between kid food and grown up food – good food should be enjoyed by all.
But I do understand that some kids can be pickier eaters. If this is the case with your child then you need to find ways that make food more appealing to the youngsters. Here are a few tips I have discovered for getting kids to eat.
Who doesn’t love chicken wings? Personally, they are my favorite part of the chicken, especially the little drummette part – it is like eating a tiny little drumstick.
Many of us think of wings when it comes to football game watching snacks or for casual parties but personally I see no reason why they shouldn’t be allowed to come to the dinner table!
With just four ingredients and less than 30 minutes, you can make these wonderfully flavor-packed wings and I am pretty sure your family will be thrilled to sit down for dinner.
These babies are finger-licking-good thanks to a quick marinade. They are sticky, sweet and just plain fun to eat.
Will you join in my crusade to get chicken wings invited to dinner?