Sweet + Spicy Buffalo Drumettes + A Weeks Worth of Meals

Sweet + Spicy Drumettes + Hot Wings #weeknight meals #drumettes #kidfriendly | @Susan Salzman | www.theurbanbaker.comI know, I have been M.I.A. Eating, cooking, and planning has remained a huge part of my life, but photographing and writing about is a whole nother story. This past summer my business consulting business exploding and it went from zero to sixty in a very short period of time. Now, with many of the larger projects behind me, I am now able to concentrate on three clients (who keep me very busy) and I am committing time to this very special client; The Urban Baker!

I have always been a “planner” and meal planning is part of my DNA. As far back as my college days (picture early ’80’s, living in Berkeley, attending CAL), I have always planned out my meals, including lunches. I like a well stocked fridge, with plenty of pre-prepped provisions, making improvising (when needed) an easy task. After helping several friends organize their pantries and giving them some of my favorite weekly meal plans, it ony made sense for me to share all this info with all of my readers.

Easy Weeknight Meals #weeknight meals #drumettes #kidfriendly | @Susan Salzman | www.theurbanbaker.com

 

Sweet + Spicy Buffalo Drumettes + Wings


Ingredients

3.75 ounces | 105 grams | 3/4 cup all purpose gluten-free flour blend
2 teaspoons Celtic sea salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh, ground pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
2 teaspoons smoked paprika
5 Tablespoons hot sauce (I use Franks)
4 Tablespoons unsalted, organic butter
4 Tablespoons apricot jelly
4 pounds chicken drumettes and wings (optional)

Instructions

• preheat oven to 475*. line a rimmed jelly roll pan with heavy duty foil and brush with sunflower oil. set aside.
• in a large bowl, whisk flour, salt, garlic powder, pepper, and paprika.
• dredge chicken in the flour mixture. one by one, shake excess flour mixture off of the chicken and place, in a single layer, on prepared baking sheet. brush each piece with a bit of sunflower oil.
• bake for 50 minutes, turning chicken half way through and rotating pan back to front, until chicken is golden brown.
• while the chicken is cooking, make the sauce. puree the apricot jelly in a small cuisinart.
• in a small sauce pan, melt the butter. add the hot sauce and the pureed apricot jelly. whisk to combine and bring to a boil. simmer while the chicken continues to cook.
• when the chicken is done, put in a large bowl, pour sauce over drumettes, toss to coat, and eat!

yield: feeds an army of boys!

 

The Urban Baker / SusanSalzman.com

 

This week my family will be eating all of this and more:

Sunday 11/10/13
Sweet + Spicy Buffalo Drumettes (recipe below)
Peanut Kale Salad
Roasted Potatoes
Homemade Ice Cream w/Chocolate Sauce

Monday 11/11/13
Turkey Burger Sliders
Yam Fries
This Salad, Simplified (sans the protein)

Tuesday 11/12/13
Vegetarian Tostadas (no meat)
Black Beans
Roasted Tomato Salsa (use the leftovers the next day for Nachos – a well received after school snack)
Rustic Apple Tart

Wednesday 11/13/13
Bosque Spanish Tortilla (I wrote about mine here). Recipe for one similar here.
Tomato, Feta, Red Onion, and Green Olive Salad (with this dressing).

Thursday 11/14/13
Baked Pasta Bolognese with Bechemal Sauce (recipe to follow)
Caesar Salad

Friday 11/15/13
Roasted Salmon with homemade Teriyaki Sauce
Crunchy Noodle Salad w/asparagas + red peppers
Asian Cucumber Salad
Pot de Creme

Saturday 11/16/13
Make Reservations!!

Showing 11 comments
  • Jocelyn Silverman
    Reply

    It’s nice to have you back. Missed you. This dinner week looks delicious.

    • Susan
      Reply

      Thanks, Jocelyn! It’s good to be back! xx

  • June G.
    Reply

    So glad to see an email from The Urban Baker! You were my introduction to blogs and I have always enjoyed yours. 🙂 Thank you for the menu and recipes.

    • Susan
      Reply

      Thanks, June! It’s good to be back. I have missed feeling connected to food and this community!

  • Diane
    Reply

    Hi Susan
    Great to see the recipes again. Everything you make is heavenly.
    My winter garden is ripe with Broccoli, Cauliflower, and Cabbages.
    Would you consider sharing some recipes using any of these items?
    Thank you!

    • Susan
      Reply

      Hi Diane, I will be sharing some great vegetarian dishes in the next few weeks. You are going to love this vegetable curry and I do do a great sweet and sour cabbage soup. Love that your winter garden is flourising!

  • Michelle kipper
    Reply

    Susan- I was literally just thinking about you the other day and realizing I hadn’t seen anurban baker blog post in so long. I was kind of concerned but good to know you were just busy with work. These recipes sound great. Sending love to you and the family. Xo

  • Jackie
    Reply

    Was just talking about how I must’ve dropped off your mailing list with my friends – so GREAT to see you back!

  • Patricia Scarpin
    Reply

    I wish I lived nearby – I would love to eat that delicious food! <3

    • Susan
      Reply

      I wish you lived near by as well! xx

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