Both C and I are avid Arsenal fans. When they score, we yell, we cheer, we jump up and down, we run around the house, we chant and we curse. We support them through and through, although they ended last season in an unfashionable way, dropping from first to fourth in the league. It was a difficult pill to swallow. Of course we were utterly disappointed. When football season was over in May, both of us felt so lost. Weekend doesn’t seems right without football. It feels as though something is missing. And now that the new season has started, we are extremely delighted, it’s time to put on our jersey 🙂
In celebration of the return of Premier League and upon hubster’s request, I made some fiery buffalo wings for the match.
With a few cans of beer and snacks, this is our typical football night.
Fiery Buffalo Wings
20 chicken wings ( separate the drummettes and mid-joint, discard the wing tip)
90g all purpose flour
1 tbsp cornstarch
1 tsp cayenne pepper
pinch of salt
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C. Line a baking tray with aluminium tray and place a wire rack on top.
2. Well mix all the ingredients and toss in the chicken wings until well coated with flour ( Make sure the wings are dry before tossing with flour, this is to ensure a crisp wing)
Refrigerate uncover for about an hour or longer.
3. Place the wings on the wire rack and bake for 25-30 mins until it is no longer pink in the center. Turn the wings halfway through to ensure the wings cook evenly.
4. Once ready, toss the wings with the fiery sauce (recipe below)
10 tbsp BBQ sauce
1.5 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1.5 tbsp Tobasco sauce
1 tbsp red/white wine vinegar
2 tsp brown sugar
dash of cayenne pepper
1. Mix all the ingredients in a saucepan. Add in butter and let it melt.
2. Once butter melted and the mixture is hot, remove from heat.
3. Toss in the chicken wings and serve hot.
* This recipe is my own recipe, it is based on estimation. Basically the sauce consist of these few components. Feel free to adjust based on your own preference.