by Guest Blogger Christine Taylor
Grilling season is officially here! I hope you enjoy this delicious take on chicken!
As an African-American and a Spanish teacher, I treasure both cultures for their rich history and culture. One night on a whim, I came up with this marinade and voila “Blacktino” wings were born. Originally, I named the wings “blacktino” wings because I saw them as a nice blend of flavors representing the Black and Latino palate. I believe a great marinade is all you need to make grilled meats taste supreme and this one delivered the full flavors for which I was searching.
The name change from “Blacktino wings” to “Man Trap” wings came about after my boyfriend George (now ex-boyfriend) tasted the wings. After he tasted them, all subsequent conversations I had with him centered on the wings. Hence the name “Man Trap” wings was born. However, these wings are sure to trap women too as all my female friends beg for them at the cookout!
Man Trap Wings
1.5 pounds of chicken wings
1 bottle of Goya Sazon en Liquido
3 tablespoons of olive oil
2 packets of Goya’s powdered chicken bullion packet
¼ cup of vinegar
3 tablespoons of garlic powder
3 tablespoons of onion powder
pepper to taste
To get the best flavor, you must marinate your chicken wings over night.
What is something you create that everyone loves? Ever "trap" anyone with your cooking skills? We'd love to hear all about it!