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Ever tried Publix ‘s Mardi Gras chicken wings?

02 Feb
Ever tried Publix ‘s Mardi Gras chicken wings?

Mardi Gras chicken wings at Publix are one of my favorites in my house.  We eat tons of chicken because I don’t eat beef or pork. Since we eat it so much I am always looking for different ways to prepare it. While rummaging through my spice cabinet on Friday, I realized my options were limited because I didn’t feel like running to the store.The outcome was absolutely delicious. They tasted very similar to the Mardi Gras wings. Better because I determined my spice level. It was delicious enough for me to make it again today.

It turned out even better today. I wanted to share it with you guys so you can enjoy it as well. I’m not specific with measurements because everything is to taste; I just eyeball it. The intensity of the flavor depends on how much or how little you choose to add. I added less salt initially, but increased that and the liquid smoke today.

I purchase about 15 pounds of wings from the Farmer’s Market, clean them and separate portions into Ziploc bags. Then I freeze them and take them out as needed. After the chicken is unthawed,  I place all of my seasonings in the bag and massage the meat.

Seasonings used: salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, seasoning salt, Italian seasonings, and liquid smoke. That’s it. 🙂 Massage your meat. Let it rest in fridge for at least 30 minutes. Lay them flat on a pan, put them in a 400° oven, and cook to your desired tenderness at least 45 minutes. Viola. Yummy yummy in your tummy.

Let me know if you try it and your thoughts. Any other ingredient suggestions? I bet adding cayenne pepper would turn it out, but my hubby can’t have spicy foods. Bummer. I completed my meal tonight with sautĂ©ed zucchini and onions, a salad, and a loaded baked potato.

KT

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Posted by on February 2, 2015 in Foodie Sips

 

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