Valentine's Lunch

4:51:00 AM



HAPPY EXTREMELY LATE VALENTINE'S DAY!
(like... extremely late)

I wanted to share these lovely fried chicken wings my husband made us!
We pretty much stayed in this Valentine's day. We feel pretty darn loved 100% of the time, so we didn't feel a need to celebrate the holiday with anything special. For couples who don't get to spend a whole lot of quality time together, I think this holiday is a great excuse to make a dinner date and set aside a night (or day) to spend with one another.

ANYWAYS - wings. Joe made some delicious fried wings in our new fryer and I have to say, the man can cook. He made two sauces: garlic butter part (bottom left) and a peanut sauce with a kick (top). The bottom right is a store bought buffalo sauce and it was by far the less tasty of the three. 

My husband is the kind of man to throw things in a pot and experiment with food, so as far as recipes go, these ones are going to be a bit vague. I did manage to ask him about it though, and this is what I got out of him:

Garlic Butter & Parm Sauce:
1/3 Cup of EVOO
5-6 Garlic Cloves
1/2 Cup of Parmesan
1/2 Stick of Butter
Salt
Pepper

Add the EVOO to a small sauce pan. Add the garlic cloves and let simmer for about 3 minutes. Remove the garlic cloves. Add the parmesan and butter. Let melt together. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Toss wings in sauce.

Peanut Sauce:
1 Stick of Butter
1/2 Cup of Peanut Butter
1/4 Cup of Sriracha (can be adjusted to fit your taste)
Salt
Pepper

Melt the butter in a  small sauce pan. Add the peanut butter and let melt together. After combined, add sriracha sauce. After all ingredients are combined, salt and pepper to taste. Toss wings in sauce.

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These sauces are SO good. The peanut butter is thick and salty and the garlic is just... garlic-rific. 
To make the wings, Joe bought 10 raw chicken wings at the grocery store, cut them into drumsticks/wings, and fried them in our fryer in peanut oil. The temperature of the oil was 375 degrees and he fried them until they turned golden.

I hope you try these - all the measurements were approximate, so you have room to play with the ingredients depending on what you like. This is some gluten free deliciousness for sure. 







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