Recipe by gopintos
"Perfect for a Halloween party, these spooky little morsels will have everyone talking, doing double takes, and taking doubles! Looks can be deceiving as they taste absolutely delicious and disappear quickly!"
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dark brown sugar
dark soy sauce
honey hickory barbeque sauce
black food coloring, or as needed
Season these to your own taste - such as more or less sugar, low sodium soy sauce, add garlic, ginger, honey - whatever your family & friends prefer, but the key to getting them dark is the combo of soy (and/or teriyaki) along with the black food coloring. Have fun with it!
Awesome Recipe!!wasn't hard to do and was delicious!!
While these were okay. I thought the whole theme of the idea grand. I had to add several upon several drops to get the really dark black look because in the marinating...they didn't look all the black to me, dark with a greenish look to them. The sauce was very zippy. I think if my kids want these again, I'd knock down the teriyaki and soy sauce just a bit. Other then that, my kids thought there were just fine.
I ended up needing several drops of color more than called for but otherwise followed the recipe. It tasted ok, although a little unappetizing where the food coloring made the fatty parts of the skin look...well just very unappetizing. My daughter loved them but I think next time I'll try to remove the skins.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Halloween Black Bat Wings
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 87
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