Friday, February 11, 2011

Cane Syrup Glazed Hot Wings

Sriracha Hot Chicken wings glazed with Steen's pure cane syrup and sriracha hot chili sauce.

Cane Syrup Glazed Hot Wings

Y'all must know by now how much I love my wings, so they certainly were destined for the Super Bowl menu this past weekend. I decided I wanted to try something a little different though and pulled together this Cane Syrup Glazed Sriracha Hot Wings recipe.

I wanted something with a sweet and spicy mix to it, so decided to try some pure cane syrup with Sriracha sauce, instead of Louisiana hot sauce. Don't be frightened by the 1/4 cup of Sriracha. Though these wings absolutely have some heat to them, the sweetness of the pure cane syrup really does help to balance it out. You can also certainly substitute any favorite hot sauce here.

Instead of cooking these on a rack like I often do with wings, I decided to let them soak in the spicy, sugary sauce as they cooked. Glad I did. After turning them several times, they glazed beautifully. Similar to my Sticky Sweet and Spicy Wings, if you like those, I think you'll like these too.

Hey, and in case you didn't notice, I actually did take the time to segment these. Finger-licking good y'all and we sure enjoyed them. They'd make a great addition to any party, including those upcoming Mardi Gras festivities. Enjoy!

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