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Garlic Parmesan and Whiskey Chicken Wings! Rawr!

Garlic Parmesan and Whiskey Chicken Wings! Rawr!

garlic-parmesan-and-whiskey-chicken-wings.jpgIt is time to make garlic parmesan chicken wings and whiskey for your dinner. It will become a favorite. The inviting aroma is to do die for. The ingredients can be adjusted to fit your taste. Add in a little more whiskey or garlic just for kicks. Ensure that they are increased or reduced to fit the size of your chicken.

Making the garlic parmesan chicken wings

Open your Garlic Shaker®. Toss an entire head of garlic into it. Close the lids. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Open a lid. Pour out the peeled garlic cloves.

Start by ensuring that you have enough wings for the ingredients, lots of fresh garlic, your favorite cooking oil, black pepper, tasty whiskey and salt. Marinating the chicken is an important step every time you are making a chicken dish. Put all your wings in a bowl and sprinkle olive oil, black pepper and seasonings, whiskey, and tons of fresh peeled garlic, cover and then refrigerate for one hour. If you really want a delicious tastes marinade it for an entire day before cooking.

Remove it from the refrigerator, and let it sit for 10 minutes then grill it over medium heat on both sides. Keep turning the chicken to have it thoroughly cooked. In a cooking pan, put oil and let it heat. Add in some pressed garlic cloves, enough for your parmesan wings, then toss the garlic till tender. Add in your wings and turn till they are covered in the garlic. Let it cook for a few minutes then add in more whiskey. You can add in as much or little as you like. If you prefer more whiskey, cook till the wings are tender and the whiskey is all cooked off. Grill to taste, cover lightly with fresh parmesan and serve.

Whiskey tips

Making food with whiskey is tricky for the first time. Don’t use too much. The alcohol will burn off on the grill, but the whiskey flavor will remain. The amount and the point you put in the whiskey is a factor among many people. You could use many different types of bourbon, scotch or Irish whiskey. The choice is yours!

Number of Servings: Is dependent upon the amount of chicken used.