Tuesday, July 13, 2010

BBQ Wings & My First Online Interview!

I ate these wings with corn and mashed potatoes.

Remember the baked spicy buffalo wings I made last month? Well, since that time, I have made it two or three more times because they are that good. So, I thought I would make the base of these wings with the homemade BBQ sauce I made, and it was fantastic too!
Since I finally made these wings in the daytime, I thought I'd include some process photos. So, whenever you make these wings or the buffalo wings, you can visualize the process a bit more. Please please make one of the two versions of this dish or both! It is a quick, delicious meal.
In fact, I went to a restaurant today and ordered wings, and my mother said that "my" wings tasted considerably better even though the restaurant's wings were very flavorful. If that compliment doesn't convince you to try the buffalo and/or these BBQ wings ASAP, then I don't know what else will.

MY FIRST INTERVIEW: I am so happy to announce to you all that I had my first online interview a few days ago. Marly from Namely Marly contacted me via email after seeing my name and requested an interview about it. We conducted the interview on Skype and by phone; it was so fun! So, if you'd like to learn more about my name changes (yes, more than one) and me, please stop by her beautiful blog, which also features great vegan recipes. Click here for my interview, and feel free to leave comments and thought-provoking questions! Thanks again, Marly!
I'm reposting a photo of the sauce here.

Copycat Recipe of Rudy's BBQ "Sause"
adapted from Beth's Favorite Recipes; original post here

1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce
1 cup ketchup
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 1/2 tbsp white vinegar
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup lemon juice (2 lemons)
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp coarse black pepper
1/4 tsp cumin
1/8 tsp cayenne pepper

Combine all ingredients in a large pot. Simmer until slightly reduced. Store in a covered container in the refrigerator.

BBQ Wings
Base recipe comes from Life's Ambrosia; my original post here

1.5 to 2 lb chicken drummettes or wingettes
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 tsp seasoning salt
1 tsp pepper
1 tsp granulated garlic
1 egg
2 Tbsp milk
About 1/4 cup canola oil
BBQ Sauce (recipe above)

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

In a bowl whisk together egg and milk. . .
Combine flour, seasoning salt, pepper and granulated garlic in one gallon plastic bag. . .
Put chicken wings in the egg wash first and coat (I sometimes season the wings with seasoning salt and pepper before placing them in the egg wash; I did that after this photo.). . .
Transfer the wings to the plastic bag with flour. Seal the bag and shake to coat. . .
Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil. Lay wings in single layer. Drizzle with canola oil. Bake for 20 minutes. Turn and bake for an additional 20 minutes. . .
Wings should be golden brown and crispy. Prepare the wing sauce while your drummettes are cooking.



  1. Que delicioso, tiene que estar buenisimo el pollo así. Saludos

  2. What an interesting interview -I learned so much more about you!

    I can't make wings- maybe chicken legs- because Mr. H doens't like to eat chicken off a bunch of little bones. ha1

  3. Congratulations on your interview! And I LOVE Buffalo wings - its like the only thing that can satisfy how much spice I love

  4. OMG Rudy's sauce!!! Thanks so much! I luv to take friends and family to the gas station / BBQ restaurant!!! Then smile...yup this is Texas.

  5. Hi, Memoria

    I remember you making a batch of these delicious Buffalo wings just a couple of days ago. I still maintain that they were waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than the ones we tried at the restaurant yesterday, and I am not just saying that b/c you're my one and only favorite daughter :o) In fact, I am just hoping that I might be able to bribe, I mean, convince you to make up another yummy and spicy batch before I leave, perhaps?

    Believe me, ya'll, the photographs are an accurate representation of how delicious these wings really are.

  6. Congratulation on your first interview Memoria.

    I like you name very much, I always think it is beautiful name :)

    Delicious wings!

  7. Great interview Memoria. I had no idea you had changed your name. It definitely sounds like you did have a "long name journey"! I like the name Memoria very much -- it's so unique!

  8. Wings are the best! It's definitely a favorite summer treat. I really enjoyed reading your interview! You've led quite an interesting life so far!

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