We are summoned to a supper party tonight where we must bring a dish. We’ve not been very well all week, and so no shopping has been done, thus a rummage in the store cupboards and freezers was required.
There were two packs of chicken wings (10 wings in all) in there, so here’s what I did:
Put them in a shallow dish, and anointed them with lots of olive oil, the juice of a lemon, lots of black peppercorns – crushed, not grated – and about a dozen bay leaves from my lovely bay tree. I left them to marinade for about an hour, then put them on a metal tray and baked them at gas 6 / 200˚C for about 50 minutes.
Simples, as the meerkcat would say. But delicious and good for a party, as it’s finger food.
However, there were far fewer chicken bits than I thought, and it looked a bit spartan, so I had to have a think about something else to take. That’ll be the next post, any moment now!