Sunday Brunch: Spicy Garlic Chicken Wings

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CHICAGO -- Eddie Mahoney, operating partner of The Fifty/50 Restaurant Group, demonstrated how to make their signature award-winning Spicy Garlic Chicken Wings for viewers to make at their Super Bowl watch parties.

The Fifty/50
2047 W. Division Street

The Fifty/50’s Spicy Garlic Chicken Wing Sauce
(Yields 1/2 gallon)

6 cups of Fifty/50 Hot Sauce (or any preferred hot sauce)
¼ tsp. of cayenne
½ tbsp. of white pepper
2 tbsp. of salt
1/2 lemon (juiced)
½ tbsp. of chicken base
1 tbsp. of Worcestershire sauce
3 tbsp. of brown sugar
2 ½ tbsp. honey
½ cup of granulated garlic
½ cup of roasted garlic
1 ½cups of water
¼ cup of corn starch

  1. Start by taking the hot sauce (of your choice) and putting it in a large pot.
  2. Add all of the ingredients (except for the corn starch and water) to the pot and bring to a boil.
  3. Once boiling, make a slurry in a separate bowl with corn starch and water, then add to the pot.
  4. Boil for one minute and the sauce is ready.
  5. Bread a dozen chicken wings in a mixture of all purpose, whole wheat, and cracker meal flours.
  6. Fry them in oil at 350 degrees for 8 min or until 165 degrees internally. They will be a crispy golden brown on the outside and nice and juicy on the inside.
  7. Drizzle the Spicy Garlic Sauce generously on top and serve.
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