I have something to said to those who don't like what they see here; again. If you think my blog suck for whatever reasons, you don't have visit again. Just click on the 'X' on the top right corner of your computer screen. It will save you from your agony. Please don't waste time sending me a 'comment', especially if you are going to sign off nameless. Once again, I stress that I blog for my own pleasure, not for you or anyone. I am happy with the amount of love this blog received. I'll do fine without yours. Go love someone else's perfect blog instead. Thank you very much.
I'm done. ;) Thank you for bearing with me. :) I got 'spat at' twice since last week. Nothing new to me and certainly not the worst compared to the hate mail I received sometime back. I got a feeling it's not going to be the last one. Some people just have too much time on hand and are so kind to have to offer their two cents worth. ;P
Hopefully, that didn't affect what I'm going to share, which is last of my 3 experiments on wings, for the moment. The last 2 were a hit with my family. :) I'll be making those again very soon. :)
For this, it's a a result of tweaking this and this together. I always love chicken with a tangy taste. It opens up the appetite. Hmmm ... maybe it's not such a good ideas. :P
- 8 Mid-joint wings or Drumlets
- Juice of 3/4 Lemon, save the 1/4 wedge of lemon
- 4 clove Garlic, pressed and chopped
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
- 2 tablespoon Chopped Rosemary
- 1/2 teaspoon Salt
- 2 teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
How to do it:
- Marinate wings with lemon juice, garlic and Worcestershire sauce overnight.
- Remove wings from marinade and pat dry.
- Brush wing with olive oil.
- Combine rosemary, salt and black pepper together.
- Sprinkle the herb combination on the wings.
- Roast on greased foil at 200C for 30 minutes.
- Serve immediately with the remaining lemon wedge.