We were still battling colds over here (this time Brad), so we did not have company as intended. Unfortunately, I went grocery shopping early in the week so I bought enough wings to feed a small army. We ended up freezing three of the four packages of wings...and we will be eating taco dip for dinner this week! I will say our mini-spread did not disappoint...
To expand on last weeks' post I will share some recipes. At the tender age of 15, I worked at a pizzeria and learned to make homemade wings. These are still some of the best I've had, and they are SO easy to make..
Classic Buffalo Wings
1/2 cup Melted Butter
1 cup Franks Red Hot Sauce
~ 28 wings
Peanut Oil (For Frying)
1) Heat Peanut Oil to 350F in a Deep Fryer
2) Working in two batches, fry wings 9-13 minutes depending on desired crispness
3) In a small bowl prepare sauce
4) In a large Bowl ladle in a bit of sauce and toss to coat wings (I use tongs)
Serve with Celery, Carrots, and Marie's Blue Cheese (the best)!
The sausage roll turned out really awesome too, here is the recipe for that...
1lb of ground Italian sausage (sweet or hot depending on preference)
16z of shredded mozzarella
Pre-made Dough (from the Deli Section)
Egg Wash ( 1 egg & 1 Tbsp of Water beaten)
Sesame Seeds/Oregano (optional)
1) Brown Sausage in a pan on med/high heat & drain
2) Spread Cheese & Sausage Crumbles evenly over dough, roll up tucking in edges
3) Baste the top lightly in egg wash and add a sprinkling of sesame seeds/Oregano if desired
4) Bake 350F for 45 minutes until nicely browned on top
Let cool, slice & serve (you can eat it hot or room temp)