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Chunky or smooth? Your choice. You could also use cashew, almond, or any other nut butter in this recipe.
I’m a big fan of chicken wings but not so much Buffalo-style wings so I thought I’d get creative for an upcoming cookout and add some sweet and spicy Asian-style glaze to steamed and baked chicken wings. (Of course, the wings could be deep-fried but deep frying is time-consuming and tends to get expensive unless you’re doing a bunch of wings or frying other things.)
These wings are not a traditional New Mexican dish, nor are they genuine “Buffalo wings,” but since it’s one of our favorites, and we serve it in New Mexico, we want to share it with you in honor of National Chicken Wing Day. Enjoy!
Before you enter a Ghost Pepper food challenge, bear in mind: the heat doesn’t stop with your mouth or your last bite. Almost two weeks ago, a guy in Hermosa Beach, California found that out the hard way when he took the Habanero Sam’s Burrito Challenge at Amigos Tacos. The victim, er, challenger, was a guy named John. He came …