Friday, July 6, 2012

Sweet Uncle Pete's Famous Buffalo Chicken Wings

The days of missing deep fried chicken wings will be LONG gone after you try out this recipe!  This is a super easy and a very healthy way to make those delicious chicken wings.  Thanks for sharing your recipe PT!


Serving Size:
Entree: 1lb wings per person
Appetizer: .25-.50lbs wings per person

For the sake of this recipe it will serve 2.

2lbs Pastured Chicken Wings
Frank's RedHot Original (If you want spicy buffalo style wings) or Organic Harvest Jalapeno Pepper Sauce or Organic Harvest Chipotle Habanero Sauce
Grassfed Butter or Virgin Coconut Oil
Sea Salt
Black Pepper


  • Preheat Oven to 400F - If you have a charcoal grill I would also get this started so once the chicken comes out of the oven it can go onto the grill for the last 10-20 min. 
  • Rinse wings w/ water and clip with kitchen sheers as shown in the photo below.

  • Once everything has been chopped as shown above, set out on your baking dish

  • Sprinkle w/ a little sea salt & black pepper and bake for 20 min at 400F

  • On stove - Add 1/4-1/2c Hot Sauce of Choice & Melt w/ 2T Grassfed Butter or Virgin Coconut Oil - Mix until melted over low-medium heat and turn off until ready to toss w/ wings after grilling (This step is optional).
  • After 20 min are up in oven, place wings onto your grill and cook for an additional 10-20 min.  Be careful not to burn the skin, you just want it to get nice & crunchy but not overcooked.
  • In a large mixing bowl toss prepared hot sauce & wings together 
  • EAT! We like to serve ours w/ rosemary baked sweet potato fries(BELOW) & Edo's spicy aioli (BELOW) and a side salad.  DELICIOUS!

Recipe for Baked Sweet Potato Fries:

1 Organic Sweet Potato - Sliced as shown in photo below
1/4t Fresh Ground Black Pepper (optional)
1/2t Celtic Sea Salt
1 Sprig Fresh Rosemary
1/4t Ground Chipotle Pepper (optional)
1/2t Cracked Red Pepper (optional)
1/2t Onion Powder
1/2t Garlic Powder
1T Melted Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil

  • Preheat oven to 425F
  • Toss all ingredients into a medium mixing bowl - ensure all ingredients are coated as photo shows below.

  • Place on baking dish and cook for 30-40 min.  
  • Check on Fries 15 min into cooking and flip to other side
  • Remove from oven and Serve once both sides of the sweet potato fries have some crunch to them as shown in photo below.

Directions for Preparing Spicy Aioli:

  • Add egg, 1T mustard, pinch of Italian spices, sea salt & black pepper, juice of 1 medium lemon, 3 cloves garlic, 1T sriracha (gluten free), 3 diced green onions (white & green) into your blender - We use our Vitamix that has multiple speed levels.
  • Blend on medium (level 5 of 10 on Vitamix) for 5 seconds
  • Slowly add EVOO into blender on medium/high speed (level 7/8 of 10 on Vitamix) - Continue to add until you get a creamy consistency.  Be careful not to add to much olive oil or it will turn into a thick mayo.
  • Taste & re-add ingredients until your desired taste has been achieved.
  • Set aside for later use or store in the fridge for use up to 5-7 days.

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