Let’s talk wings.
You guys know how my family is full of picky eaters, right?
Well, they say they don’t do wings, but really they do. I mean they order them at restaurants all the time, so why do they tell me they don’t like wings?
See, I have tried, tried to make wings at home and I think they turned out fine. Maybe not as good as some of our favorite Cleveland restaurant (seriously Cleveland has some good food), like The Rush Inn and Around the Corner (both awesome), but still good.
I honestly do not know what my family’s deal is.
They are just weird and picky.
It’s my life, welcome to it!
So I made boneless wings. Those will usually pass over their picky palettes.
Everyone just seems to like them better and they are a lot healthier, so I guess that’s a bonus!
Normally I just do buffalo wings.
But I kind of feel like I have enough buffalo recipes lined up to show you guys. So I went the complete other direction. Sweet, sour and sticky Thai!
It’s so good. The sauce alone is amazing.
I served these for dinner with a side of rice.
Rice is my go to side. For everything. It always works. Picky eaters love rice.
I actually got the very picky boys to eat these. At first they thought is was some kind of orange chicken and they like orange chicken, so they ate it. After a bite or two they realized it was not orange chicken, but they still ate it.
Of course it was minus the green stuff and the cashews. Typical.
Oh and about all that beer in the pictures? Yeah, I have no idea what I was thinking. I do not even drink a lick of any kind of alcohol , but I was cooking the day I made these and I guess I just thought the photo needed some beer and by some I guess I meant a lot.
The last photo has three bottles!
Again, I have no idea what was going through my mind. I almost didn’t post some of the photos, but I liked them.
But hey, I guess it works since I was going for “football food” and typically football, beer and wings go hand in hand. Literally. Beer in one hand, wings in the other and football on the TV.
Oh and these are great because you can totally make them in advance (even freeze them) and just pop them back in the oven for a few minutes before you are ready to serve. So easy and so perfect.
Ah and so stickin good!