We just finished our New Year's Eve meal...boneless BBQ wings and cheese fries! And yes, this meal was all my idea. I'm watching my feet grow as I type this from sodium overload...but I don't regret it! Not yet anyway:)
A year ago we started this little family blog. I can't believe how fast this year has flown! 2010 is full of wonderful memories...and I can't wait for what 2011 has in store! Our extremely active baby is due in 8 weeks....kinda hard to believe. Well, it's not too hard because I feel gigantic. My New Year's resolution is to post a belly picture. But not tonight...due to the wings and fries:)
I have no pictures to post tonight, but I will share a recipe! We made our own boneless wings and the recipe is completely random and it turned out delicious! Who need Buffalo Wild Wings when you can make it yourself?
Katie and Ryan's Random Boneless BBQ Wings
Chicken (We bought 2 packs of chicken tenders)
2-3 cups flour
2 cups milk
Random assortment of seasonings
Chop your chicken into nuggets. Combine eggs and milk in a bowl. In a seperate shallow dish, combine flour and any seasonings you feel like throwing in. I added garlic powder, Tony's, seasoning salt, and McCormicks Montreal steak seasoning. Dunk the chicken in the milk mixture, then coat with the flour mixture. Repeat this process again so all of the chicken has been coated twice. I added extra flour a few times during this process so that I had enough to coat all of the chicken. Let the chicken chill for about 20 minutes. Ryan cooked these in our deep fryer. While the chicken was chilling, I made the sauce.
For the sauce, I melted a couple of tbsp of butter and added it to 1/2 cup BBQ sauce. I then added a few shakes of the other sauces until I was happy with the taste. When the first round of wings were done, I dumped them in the sauce and mixed until the wings were coated. I didn't want to make too much at first and have a big bowl of leftover sauce after we were done.
We do have a huge bowl of leftover wings...looks like they will be our New Year's Day meal as well:) And I'm trying to convince Ryan that we can make BBQ chicken tacos with the leftovers also...
We hope that everyone has had a great 2010 and will have a wonderful 2011!