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Spicy Coffee Bourbon BBQ Wings

  • 20
  • Cooking time: 35-40 Minutes
  • Preparation: 30 Minutes
Ingredients
  • yellow onions, chopped - 1-1/2 Cups
  • vegetable oil - 4 ounces
  • Bourbon - 10 Ounces
  • strongly-brewed Community® coffee Private Reserve® Evangeline Blend™ - 2-1/2 ounces
  • fresh garlic, minced - 4 cloves
  • your favorite BBQ sauce - 3 cups
  • dark brown sugar - 8 ounces
  • Salt and pepper - to taste
  • favorite hot sauce - 4-8 teaspoons
  • wings, drums and flats - 15 pounds
  • Seasoned Flour - As needed (See Directions)

Great for the big game!

SAUCE DIRECTIONS

Sauté chopped onions in a small sauce pan with vegetable oil until translucent. Pour in Bourbon carefully and tilt pan to flambé.  Burn off alcohol.  When flames subside, fold in remaining ingredients excluding salt, pepper, hot sauce and wings.

Cook sauce until a fairly thickened consistency is reached. Adjust seasoning with salt, pepper and hot sauce of choice.

WING DIRECTIONS

Preheat pan oil to 350°F. Dust wings in seasoned flour.  Pat off excess. Fry wings in neutral flavored oils such as peanut or canola at 350° until wings reach internal temperature of 250° and there is no trace of red in the meat.

Drain wings and toss the wings, buffalo style, in a large bowl. Serve immediately. 

Seasoned Flour:

For Small wings, 4 cups seasoned flour

For medium wings prepare 5 cups seasoned flour

For large wings prepare 6 cups seasoned flour

For every one cup of flour, add one teaspoon sea salt and one and one half teaspoons of black pepper. Note that usage will vary depending on how dry you keep your hands when dusting wings.

Enjoy the Spicy Coffee Bourbon BBQ Wings

 

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About Chef

John was an executive chef for Bennigan’s, Taco Bueno, the Garfield’s chain, HMS Host (large non-commercial contractor), and Creative Food Solutions (a chef support group with The Food Group agency). Some of his clients have included the American Egg Board, Hershey, General Mills, Brown-Forman Spirits (Jack Daniels), and Tabasco Brands.


John Bartel

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