Bloody Mary’s are staples at weekend brunches and even when my hubby, Ben, goes fishing! Nothing like making a tall spicy Bloody Mary to take along in the john boat when trolling for flounder. Now my thinking is why not extend these awesome Bloody Mary flavors to chicken wings.
I mean chicken wings that have all the flavors and tastes of that sippy drink! Check it out. I’m not gonna go on and on about this recipe, cuz I know you’re just interested in the recipe. So have at it. Bloody Mary Chicken Wings!
But, first! Another kicker good recipe for your next hootin’ gathering…pork sloppy joes!
- Preheat grill to 450 to 500 degrees
- 4 Tbl. Concentrated tomato paste
- 2 tsp. lemon pepper
- 1 tsp. garlic granules
- ½ tsp. hot paprika
- ½ tsp. red chili flakes
- 2 Tbl. Vodka (can substitute apple juice)
- 2 Tbl. Honey + more for garnish drizzling
- 1 Tbl. Canola oil
- 1 Tbl. Apple cider vinegar
- 8 wings (I used drumettes)
- 8 pre soaked 10" skewers
- Cooking Spray
- 16 green olives
- 8 celery stalks (with leaves, about 3" length)
- In a medium size mixing bowl, combine the tomato paste, lemon pepper, garlic, paprika, chili flakes, vodka, honey and oil and blend well into a thick mixture.
- Skewer two wings on each stick. Leave about 2" at the top for garnish after cooked. Use a pastry brush to slather the seasoning paste on the wings. Liberally coat both sides with cooking spray.Put on a hot grill.
- Cover and grill on each side about 7-9 minutes.Remove, cover with foil, let them rest 5 minutes. Then add to the top of each skewer two olives and a celery piece. Give the wings a quick drizzle of honey.Wings vary in size.
- If you have very large fat ones or are using the entire wing (I used the drumettes.) then adjust heat accordingly.These wings can be also cooked in a preheated 400 oven for about 18-20 minutes. You won't get the charring marks, which I love, but you'll have crispy wonderful wings that will make your soar!
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