Hot, Sweet & Sour Tiger Wings
Back again. This time, I look to present some party wings pit cooked with this "Tiger Sauce." I find it to be somewhat unique and delicious. It's sweet, sour, salty, and hot-- catching one's taste buds on many levels. If you can imagine combining cayenne peppers with vinegar, sugar, worcestershire and a pinch of salt, then you have some idea of what this might be like, if not familiar with it.
So, here we go out to the pit with the frozen party wings. Went with a hot indirect grilling this time, with mesquite smoke.
I was pleased with the way the skins came out on these, browning nicely while the meat remained moist.
After having a good chat with my brother and sipping a few margaritas, it was time to plate. I doused the wings with the sauce (mixed in a bowl), steamed a bed of organic kale, and split a homegrown pomegranate. I guess it's my fault that Detroit won the ALCS game!