We all love wings. These delicious morsels of chicken are so flavorful and fun to eat, no matter how messy they are. Ironically, chicken wings used to be one of the cheapest cuts of meat – the breasts and thighs had much more flavor and meat that everyone preferred to the tiny wings in the 1980s.
As the invention of the spicy and salty buffalo wing became more and more popular, bar owners realized that these flavorful morsels were the perfect thing to encourage more people to eat and wash down with beer. At the same time, satellite television became more popular, creating the rise of the sports bar.
This led the chicken wing to become a fan favorite to have in a crowd while watching sports. With the start of football season, why not try this unique twist on wings to bring to your next tailgate?
While these wings aren’t as spicy in the usual way that we’re used to thinking of, say a buffalo wing, they bring their own distinctive spices and flavors that will still pair well with all your beer and football needs. Because they’re made in a slow cooker, these wings will be delicious and moist no matter when you take them out and eat!
Check out the video above for a step-by-step recipe.