Slow Cooked Perfection: Dive into Flavor with Our Irresistible Bloody Mary Crockpot Chicken Wings Recipe

Slow Cooked Perfection: Dive into Flavor with Our Irresistible Bloody Mary Crockpot Chicken Wings Recipe

Greetings, flavor enthusiasts!

🏈 Game Day is here and you're up early to prep your party feast!

Today, we're about to take your chicken wing experience to a whole new level with a tantalizing recipe that marries the bold, robust flavors of our Gourmet Bloody Mary Spice Blends with the irresistible charm of Sweet & Spicy Chicken Wings.

Get ready to savor the fusion of heat, sweetness, and a touch of smokiness that will make these wings the star of any gathering.

The Spice Blend Magic:

Our Bloody Mary Spice Blends are the secret weapon that transforms these wings from ordinary to extraordinary.

With a carefully crafted blend of premium spices, including one with a hint of habanero, these wings are destined to be a flavor sensation that will leave your taste buds singing.

Let our Commander's Bloody Mary Spice Blends do the work for both your cocktails AND chicken wings this game day!

  

RECIPE

15- chicken wings prepped for cooking
1/2 cup Honey
1/3 cup Chicken Broth 
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*if doubling or tripling recipe, be sure to get more spice blends

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Spray bottom of crock pot with cooking spray. Add chicken wings to slow cooker.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together honey, chicken broth, and Commander's Bloody Mary Spice Blend. Pour sauce over chicken wings, tossing to coat, then arrange chicken wings along bottom of slow cooker in a single layer. For a more intense flavor experience, you can also top off the chicken wings with more Commander's Bloody Mary Spice Blends.
  • Cook chicken wings on LOW for 4 hours or HIGH for 2 hours. If possible, turn chicken wings halfway through. Wings are done when an instant-read thermometer reaches an internal temperature of 165°F.
  • Create a slurry by adding 1 Tbs. water and 1 Tbs. cornstarch to a small bowl, then whisk until cornstarch is dissolved. Pour slurry into slow cooker. Cover and cook on high for another 10 minutes or until sauce reaches desired thickness.
  • Serve as desired and ENJOY!
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