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Curt's Italian Chicken Wing Feast (4 flavors) Guest Post

This was a real treat for me to have my son Curt, wanting to do this second guest post, his first post here, was an appetizer, Curt's loaded potato skins and this time a variety of different flavored wings. Over the last few months he has been inspired to make many different sauces with his Italian background and eating these types of sauces on some of my Chicken recipes. He has tried all of them on several friends and family get togethers. I honestly can't choose the one I like the best, they are full of great flavor and delicious, not that I'm partial, but they are pretty darn good even if I am his mom to say so and he has done a great job with all of them! Curt said to tell everyone, give them a try let us know what you think! Thanks for readin!!

Curt is getting the garlic ready that goes into all the recipes.
None of the wings have a thing on them, they are all fried first naked, then immediately submersed in one of the sauces.

Saute the garlic till golden, unless the recipe calls for roasted then follow the directions below.

Be very careful while frying wings not to put too many at a time, the oil will overflow. Six to seven at a time in a small fryer is perfect.


Each batch of wings is coated while still very hot right into the flavored sauces.
Sauces Recipes below are enough to coat 10 to 15 wings

Spicy Garlic Marsala Wings
2 fresh minced cloves of garlic
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper, garlic powder
1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup Marsala Wine
minced parsley for garnish
Saute garlic in olive oil, add butter, cayenne pepper, garlic powder marsala wine..cook down for 2 minutes . Stir hot fried wings into sauce. Sprinkle with parsley.
These happen to be Curt's favorite out of the four, he has always loved the flavors in these, I wasn't sold on them until I had them, and he made a fan out of me!

Italian Gold Roasted Garlic Wings
1/4 cup melted butter
2 tablespoon yellow mustard
4 tablespoons brown sugar
6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup of hot sauce
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper,black pepper or more if you like extra hot
2 whole garlic cloves roasted (Drizzle garlic with olive oil, then wrap in aluminum foil. Bake in preheated oven for 1 hour.) Stir hot fried wings into sauce.
Italian Garlic Herb and Parmesan Wings

1/4 butter melted
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon each parsley, oregano, crushed red pepper, black pepper, garlic powder
1 tablespoon minced fresh garlic chopped fine
1/4 cup parmesan cheese grated
Stir hot fried wings into sauce.



Italian Garlic Lemon Peppered Wings

1/4 cup lemon juice
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 teaspoon garlic powder and 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
salt, pepper to taste
1/4 cup butter melted
parsley for garnish
Stir hot fried wings into sauce. Optional: Sprinkle with more black pepper.

26 comments:

  1. They all look great and looks like he is a boy after his momma's heart!

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  2. allthe wings are are the best!and your son,claudia,is amazing!

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  3. Oh wow! Looks delicious! I could go for some of that good stuff!

    :-)

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  4. Wow, terrific recipes for wings! Your son is a wonderful cook, Claudia!

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  5. I will seriously vouch for these wings. Each flavor had its own characteristic taste, and I went around back and forth a couple times trying to figure out which was my favorite, but in the end, ate all of them and still didn't accomplish what I was looking for. I'll tell you want though, my stomach was surely satisfied :D...

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  6. I'm handing the pots and pans to my son tonight! I love all the flavors - now that Marsala sauce would be a new one. I'd love to try that.

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  7. Congratulations, looks like your son picked his mom taste for cooking and good food. Yummy wings!

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  8. Awesome recipes for the chicken wings. Even my last post was a spicy baked chicken (Indian style)

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  9. Wow, they all look gorfeous, especially the lemon ones. You have so many yummy reasons to be proud of him!!

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  10. Wow! They all sound fabulous!

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  11. Oh lord, you got me in my weak spot. I love wings, anyway anyhow! these look great.

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  12. These all look so good but I have to say that the Italian herbs and Parmesan ones caught my eye :) I have to give them a try next time I get some wings to cook!

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  13. Curt makes me wish I ate chicken!! But I think the garlic marsala sauce would be fab on catfish, don't you?

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  14. I'm all thumbs up for your son, Claudia! He is awesome in cooking like you. All the wings look so delicious. I can eat many :P

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  15. They all look so delicious! I love the Italian herb and Parmesan flavor! Curt should start a blog...

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  16. Those wing sauces look crazy good. I think all 4 flavors look awesome. May have to get out my fryer soon.

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  17. Tell Curt he's welcome to come down and cook wings for us anytime! I take a dozen of those fabulous looking Marsala wings please.

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  18. Each one looks better than the next. I think I would try the lemon pepper first. yum! Perfect for a barbeque too!

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  19. what a great son - I think I would need to taste all four but from the pics, the marsala looks like my kind of eats, but like I said, gotta try all of 'em

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  20. Isn't that enough to make any mother's heart swell with pride? :) I love all four flavours, couldn't choose just one!

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  21. Well done, Curt! I would not leave a bit of that sauce uneaten.

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  22. Curt has a special thanks out to all of your wonderful comments, I am very proud of his accomplishments, and as many of you know who read my blog, my main purpose of the blog is to leave family tradition to the next generation of cooks in the family, looks like my wish came true...thank you all for the kind words and again your continued support you are all greatly appreciated :) Claudia and Curt

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  23. A festival of wings! So nice to have a son who cooks for you!

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  24. My mouth is watering. These look amazing.

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  25. All 4 of these recipes look fantastic. I may have to try 1 or 2 or 4 this weekend.

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