This was the first turkey that I ever made. Not sure where the recipe came from now, but this is hands down the best turkey I have ever had.
If you can't find the fresh herbs mentioned in the recipe just use any other fresh herbs that go well with turkey.
I made this for a group of our friends that we took our photography trips to China with. Last night was a get together to go over our upcoming October trip and everyone was asked to bring "nibbles".They come out of the oven a lovely shiny brown, hence the "lacquered" in the name. They were a big hit- enjoyed by the Chinese and American members of our group and there weren't any left to bring home! I'm thinking of adding some chili pepper flakes or a few dried chili pods the next time I make these to kick it up a bit.Preparation time does not include marinating time.
Growing up in a family of race fans, watching the Daytona 500 on TV was something we always looked forward to. Mom always made these wings to snack on during the race. Once upon a time these were called Wing Dings, but somewhere along the way they were renamed Daytona Wings.
The short of the story: These are hot wings that fall off the bone. Some people do NOT like it when the wings are "wet" and these are definitely wet and drippy... but man, are they ever delicious! I buy the very large chicken wings for this recipe, the biggest ones I can find. Great for Superbowl Sunday. Enjoy!
If you like spicy wings, you HAVE to give these a try. My husband and I have been making these for years and never has there been any left. We like to grill them and serve w/ celery and blue cheese. My kids even gobble these down!