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- Appetizers, - Chairmain Meow's Revenge: Scorpion Pepper Sauce, - Wings -

Braising these wings in a mixture of soy sauce and Fat Cat Chairman Meow’s Revenge: Scorpion Pepper Sauce gives them a unique black/burnt look and infuses them with Asian spices and the aromatic flavors of garlic, scorpion chili, cilantro and lime. Ingredients:1 lb. chicken wings, spit into wingettes and drummettes1 cup chicken broth1/2 cup soy sauce1/2 cup dry sherry or cooking wine1/2 cup brown sugar2 tablespoons garlic, minced2 tablespoons ginger, minced3-6 tablespoons Fat Cat Chairman Meow’s Revenge: Scorpion Pepper Sauce (depending on desired spice level)1 tablespoon Chinese five-spice powder1 teaspoon of sesame seeds (optional)Instructions:In a medium sized pot, stir together...

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- Appetizers, - Papaya Pequin Passion, - Wings -

These sweet and spicy wings blend Fat Cat Papaya Pequin Passion and ketchup, which serves to bind the sauce to the wings instead of providing a a flavor component. Great for game day!Ingredients:1 lb. chicken wings, split into wingettes and drummettesVegetable oil (for frying the wings)1/4 teaspoon of salt2 tablespoons Fat Cat Papaya Pequin Passion1 tablespoon ketchupInstructions:Heat the oil in a large, heavy bottom pan until the temperature reaches 350F.Once to temperature, fry wings in oil until done, about 15 minutes. (Alternately, if you don’t want to fry the wings, then roast them at 450F for 35-45 minutes or until...

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- Appetizers, - Purry-Purry Sauce, - Wings -

These delicious wings, roasted at a high temperature in the oven until crispy and then tossed with Fat Cat Purry-Purry Sauce, boast a wonderful savory, spicy flavor that you'll crave again and again. Ingredients: (for a small recipe)5 chicken wings, separated into drummettes and wingettes (no fooling, that’s what they’re called), and with the nub removed1 tablespoon of vegetable oil1 teaspoon salt3 oz. Fat Cat Purry-Purry SauceInstructions:Preheat oven to 450 F.Cover a baking sheet with foil (for easier cleanup — you’ll see why in a minute). Toss wing parts with oil and salt and spread over the foil in a...

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