Monday, November 7, 2016

Chicken Recipe: Deb & Dee's Caramelized Chicken Wingettes With Onions & Peppers!


I was in the kitchen with my hubby a few days ago and we came up with this recipe for delicious carmelized wingettes! It's Our Version of Caramelized Chicken with Onions & Peppers.  It's too easy and perfect for the holidays! 
Also, I'll be decorating my office bathroom soon, so keep following this week for my DIY Bathroom Makeover Project!
Additionally, I'll be posting my famous Guess What's On My Holiday Table? Whats that?  Well, I'm glad you asked...
 This is when I put all different kinds of things on a big craft table and create various holiday projects out of them in 1 full week.  You get to follow me throughout the week to see how a little of something becomes an awesome creation!   
Only would do something as challenging as this!!  You can create the same things that I make with easy instructions I give you and you can keep them or gift them away to some special friends and/or family members!
 Stay tuned this week for more exciting posts and ENJOY THIS RECIPE...
We made a healthy salad to go along with it and it was delicious!
P.S.  Any questions?  Send an email to me at!  I'll get back to you as quickly as I can....I promise!
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Preheat your oven & get ready to rock & roll!!

Season to your taste.  We used Lawry's Seasoning, Garlic Powder & Black Pepper on one side.  On the other side we sprinkled with Lemon Pepper.

Slice up some sweet onions and green peppers.

Add some fresh garlic "if you desire"!!!

Add a little Siracha to kick it up a notch!!

 Only a 1/4 of Siracha is you don't like HEAT!

Simple seasonings!

Celery Seeds.....Oh yea!!!

Got to go with the Adobo!!

Last but not least, add some good old
Chili Powder!
No doubt, must add some EVOO & Unsalted Butter (not too much)!


Brown meaty side first for about 45 minutes-1 hour.

Flip and brown side with skin.

In the meantime, hook up a healthy salad as your side dish!

Add onion and green pepper mixture to the top of wingettes and broil on low for 1o minutes (keep your eye on them so they don't burn)! 
Serve & enjoy!