It’s the season of play offs and games. My husband is in all his glory from now through March and it’s my time to shine in the kitchen. Because really, if you’re not watching the games, you’re enjoying the commercials and stuffing food in your mouth. (bye bye diet)
I’ve been craving some Salt and Vinegar Game Day Chicken Wings lately. In fact, my whole family went to our favorite wing place recently, but I couldn’t get out of work in time to make dinner. Bummed, my husband asked why I couldn’t make my own. That man of mine. After searching, I found out that the one and only Ms Stewart has a lovely recipe for Malt Vinegar Salt which I’ve adapted a bit for this recipe.
Salt and Vinegar Game Day Chicken Wings
First, you’re going to need to give yourself 24-48 hours to let this salt dry out. It’s the easiest mixture of malt vinegar, coarse salt, and corn starch. I ran out of time, finished the drying out in a warm oven, then used my food processor to pulverize the mixture into a nice powder. The original recipe says to just rack the salt, but I liked the powder.
Next, I washed, patted dry, then pan fried in butter and vinegar a dozen fresh wings. Once slightly browned, into the oven covered in the salt and vinegar powder. Take them out of the oven, hit once more with powder, and serve!
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If you make these, I’d love to hear in the comments below! Enjoy!