Honey Old Bay Wings!
I would make chicken wings about 3 times a week if you let me. There is always a great combination of flavors to make the wings tasty. Each time I go grocery shopping, I always pick a bag of frozen chicken wings for busy weekday nights. This week, I decided to go with honey old bay flavor. You may think that old bay seasoning only belongs on seafood like I did, but the flavor expands to other dishes.
About a year or so ago, I discovered America's Best Wings, which is a local wing place that offers 30 different sauces and seasonings for wings. Honey old bay caught my attention and has yet to let it go. As with all good food I eat, I always come home and try to recreate the dish, I originally made the wings and baked them in the oven. Even though the flavors were on point, I was missing the crunch from a deep fried wing. This time around, I decided to fry the wings with a light breading and toss them in the fryer. After they came out, I found a recipe for honey old bay to baste the wings. It consists of old bay seasoning, apple cider vinegar, honey and melted butter. There is no need to season your wings before frying them, because old bay has enough salt and my biggest fear is always over salting my food. If I was to change anything about the recipe, I would not use as much apple cider vinegar, because it left a strong aroma on the wings. All in all, the wings were so good and I can't wait to make them again.
The feedback I received back from social media for the wings was overwhelmingly positive, and I knew I had to write about them. I am so thankful for all the comments and likes I receive for my food. Cooking is my passion and to be able to share with friends and family is the best feeling in the world. I am forever grateful for all the love received.
If you are looking for a new flavor for your wings, try Honey Old Bay...you won't be disappointed!