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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Game Day Food Fight: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Green Bay Packers

Game Day Food Fight: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Green Bay Packers -

It's Super Bowl time! That means something almost more important than the big game or half time: the Super Bowl Food. Keeping your guests happy during 4 quarters can be tricky!  Whether you're entertaining at home or bringing something to the table I've got the recipe for you. I have my favorites such as Steamed Shrimp Dumplings with a dipping sauce, Bacon wrapped cream cheese, chips and dips ..

BUT is there a more appropriate food for Super Bowl Sunday than chicken wings? I think not.  It's not superbowl if you don't have wings. . . Well maybe it is, but you can score big at half time serving these babies, or you can go the traditional route with a seven layer dip and deviled eggs.  I opt for the route of really awesome food that thrills the tastebuds. These are very simple to make and are the most requested wings I've ever made. If you want a fall off the bone, sticky sweet with a hint of spice, you've got to try this one.

Be sure to have lots of napkins on hand!

Brandied Chicken Wings
Prep Time: 10 mins | Cook Time: 3 hrs| Difficulty: Easy| Yield: 36 oz. of chicken drummettes
¼cup butter
cups brown sugar (packed)
½cup soy sauce
1cup brandy
2tablespoons prepared mustard
3(12 ounce) packages chicken drummettes


In medium saucepan, melt butter and mustard over low-medium heat; add brown sugar until dissolved. Add soy, brandy, and stir until warm and thoroughly blended.

Place chicken in a 9“x12” Pyrex baking pan. Pour mixture over drummettes, and bake until golden brown at 275 degrees for 3 hours. Baste about every 30 minutes.

My tried and tested tips: Reserve 1/4 c. of brandy sauce. Last 15 minutes, pour off excess liquid and baste with reserved sauce. This will allow the wings to brown and crisp up perfectly.

What grub are you planning to serve?

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