Friday, November 23, 2012

Wingers Sticky Fingers

We recently perfected this recipe while making a plate of sticky fingers to share. We were out of eggs and were surprised when these turned out better than any other we have made before. I have posted the new recipe below. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Wingers Sauce
6 TBSP Franks Red Hot
4 TBSP water
1 1/2 c. brown sugar

Combine in a sauce pan over low heat until smooth.

Chicken Strips
Milk
seasoning salt
salt
pepper
flour
raw chicken tenders (or chicken breasts cut into strips)
vegetable oil

Start heating oil in a large pan/pot. Pour 1 - 2 cups of milk in a container. Put flour in separate container, add seasoning salt, salt and pepper to taste and mix together. Place your chicken in the milk mixture and let sit for a minute or two. Next dip the chicken into the flour mixture until covered. Place the covered pieces back in the milk and then dip in the flour mixture once more. Place coated chicken on a separate plate. Once oil is heated to about 350, place the chicken in the oil. You can place around 6 chicken strips in the pan at a time. Let them cook for about 10 mins, flipping halfway through. Use a meat thermometer to make sure the chicken is done, or cut the thickest one open to check. Place the done chicken on a cooling rack and then dip into the sauce immediately. Dipping the chicken in right way will help the sauce stick to the chicken. It's now time to dig in. Serve with ranch and celery. Enjoy!!


2 comments:

Rachael Krall said...

Just made your chicken. It was sooo delicious! Perfect crunchiness, perfect cooked meat, and great tasting sauce. We used the leftover oil for making French fries. It will definitely be in our recipe book!

Heather Sellers said...

I am glad you enjoyed it as much as my family does!