Every time I visit my father in the States, we always go to a restaurant called Taco Mac. If I have any American readers, they will know what I am talking about, but I have yet to see one in Canada, or overseas. This restaurant is a bar and grill, geared towards sports. But what makes this place unique are two things I have never seen anywhere else. Their Brewniversity, where you get credits for trying different beers, and the Lemon Pepper Wings.
Now theirs are deep fried, but I had to try to recreate the delicious winged goodness when I got back from my most recent visit stateside. What a success. They’re easy, fairly fast and, unless you have no tastebuds, they taste great!
Seriously this was a delicious recipe. I cannot believe I nailed it right off the bat like I did, and the best part was that without the deep frying, they were lightened up a little too. You don’t need a sauce to go with these wings. Just someone to enjoy them with.
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Barbecue Style Tacos
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Marinated For Good Measure
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With Rum BBQ Sauce
Nice and crispy skin with a sweet and tangy sauce caramelized over top. Tuck in to these legs, but beware, you will need some wet-naps.View Details
Nice Meat Spice
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With Smoked Bacon
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So good it's spooky!
Fresh vegetables and grilled beef make up the bones of this dish, but watch out, it bites back! I really suggest that you serve your Ghost Pepper Chili with a dollop of sour cream, some cheese or a tall and cold glass of milk.View Details