Chase requested that I try to make garlic parmesan wings like B-Dubs makes, so I gave it a shot last night. I found a few recipes on the internet, but they seemed overly simple or overly complicated, so I came up with a sauce of my own. They were a big hit last night, even though they seemed to be missing something from the BW3's recipe.
1 jar Prego Roasted Garlic Parmesan alfredo sauce. 4oz Kraft Zesty Italian dressing 8-10 roasted garlic cloves 2 tbsp olive oil 1/2 stick butter 1/2 cup mayo 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper 1 tsp Lawry's garlic salt pepper to taste
Place garlic cloves and olive oil in tightly sealed foil and bake in the oven @ 350 for about 20 minutes. Melt butter in a pan and then add the rest of the ingredients. When the garlic has roasted, smash and add to the pan. Continue heating until the cheese is melted.
I made this a few hours before I cooked the wings so that the garlic flavor would permeate the sauce. Next time I'll probably make it a day ahead of the wings and I'll also add more of the Italian dressing and maybe some red pepper flakes.
Went over to Joe's Garage in Clay City last night and picked up 50 wings for MNF. They were voted "Best Wings in the Wabash Valley" on WTHI-TV. They were pretty darn good and they have pretty much perfected the B-Dubs garlic parmesan, although they could of used a little more sauce. We also tried original Buffalo, spicy garlic, and teriyaki. The teriyaki were delicious! The original buffalo were pretty darn good, but I'd put mine up against them. It's a pretty cool place and if they served beer I'd probably hang out there all the time. wthitv.com/2014/07/29/fork-in-the-road-national-wing-day/
Oh, and their BBQ is dang good too!
Last Edit: Nov 4, 2014 10:34:31 GMT -5 by Greenedog
I found some garlic parm sauce that's pretty darn good and it's already made. Been getting this stuff at Aldi's. Found it at the Bloomington store for 99 cents the other day. Hope they're not doing away with it? It's pretty good on it's own but really good if you add some stuff to it. I've added a little real mayo, butter, garlic, and grated parm and it's excellent.