Worlds Best Chicken Wings
The History Of Buffalo Chicken Wings
October 30, 1964, may not be a red letter day in history. No rocket ship blasted off for the moon, no landmark presidential speech was made, no internet stock went public. But human happiness was immeasurably enriched on that fateful day, when Teressa Belissimo, owner of the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, invented buffalo chicken wings that day. Faced with an extra shipment of chicken wings and some unexpected guests, she had the ideal to deep-fry them, then slather them with melted butter and hot sauce. The essence of buffalo wings is the sauce. A fiery amalgam of melted butter and Tabasco. That was the inspiration for this recipe.
1. One Stick Butter, cut into one inch pieces.
2. One Tablespoon Minced Fresh Garlic.
3. Three Tablespoons Tomato Paste.
4. One Half Cup Of White Wine.
5. Two Tablespoons White Vinegar.
6. One Fourth To One Half Cup Tabasco Sauce.
Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in a sauce pan over medium heat. Add the garlic and cook until fragrant but not brown, about three minutes. Stir in the tomato paste and cook for 2 minutes. Add the wine and vinegar and bring to a boil, whisking to disolve the tomato paste. Add the Tabasco sauce and remaining butter and simmer for 2 minutes.
Bread your chicken wings and fry them. Then pour your prepared sauce over the cooked chicken wings. They will be so delicious.
Tabasco sauce is the world's most famous hot sauce. If you had a nickle for every bottle sold in a day, you'd have a small fortune. If you had the same deal for a year you could probably retire.
Tabasco sauce was invented by Edmund McIIhenny, who planted his first red pepper on Avery Island in the 1860's. By 1868, he was making and selling his sauce, which he packaged in perfume bottles. Today, Tobasco sauce is the world's best selling hot sauce.
I hope you get to make the chicken wings real soon. They are truly some of the best chicken wings you will ever eat.