A really supremely cool guy, Sam contacted me to let me know about this amazing recipe he’s concocted at home and wanted to share.
At first I was ecstatic. Chicken wings? Hells to the yes.
Chicken wings with horseradish mustard? Hells to the yes at 9.8 m/s/s.
Chicken wings with horseradish mustard and low carb syrup?
Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrch! Put on the brakes. I said, “Are you sure?” Sam batted his letter i’s at me and I grudgingly mumbled my way into the kitchen, prepared this dish, and turned everyone at the dinner table into Sam Paul fans.
Sam, did you know you have fans?
I went ahead and cut and breaded boneless chicken breasts to make my wings because no one in my family (save for my husband) will eat anything with bones in it. If chickens could be bred as rubbery farm animals, my kids would die from happiness. The recipe for the breading and chicken prep is here. Sam Paul’s is below in the recipe.
This recipe is darned good, and I’m not blowing sunshine up your skirt. It was just as good the next day heated up as leftovers, save for the fact that my husband was like, “Oh! I didn’t know these were still here!”
And he ate them.
We love you, Sam!
Sam’s Kicked Up Chicken Wings
30-40 Drums (and the other part if you so desire)
1 cup Horseradish Mustard (Paul uses Emerald’s)
1 Tbsp of Soy Sauce
1 tsp Ginger
1/2 – 3/4 cup of either Sugar Free Honey or Maple Syrup*
2 tsp Grill Mates Montreal Chicken Seasoning (in the seasoning section with spices)
1. Bake wings in baking pans on 350 for about 50 minutes.
2. Drain excess fat, then turn oven on broil.
3. Brown wings to crisp them up a bit.
4. Mix all ingredients listed above together and brush on wings, or use a really large bowl and toss the wings in the sauce. I do usually let the wings cools a little so that the sauce will stick to them better. These wings are really tasty… and can be addictive!
If you can deep fry them before coating with the sauce, that makes them even better!
*(Paul uses the Maple Syrup more often since it typically comes sweetened with Splenda or Sorbitol… Maltitol can be rough on the stomach.)