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"Who Dat" Honey Mandarin Barbeque Drummettes

This year the hard work put in by the New Orleans Saints football team became evident as they dominated majority of their games. History was made when they made it to the 2010 SuperBowl.

All over Louisiana, Florida, and other supportive states, game day will draw crowds to not only favorite restaurants, but homes as well.

Wings and drummettes continue to be popular dishes for sports tailgating and gatherings. The recipe below is a nice, rich tasting barbeque sauce for the entertainer who desires a change from traditional bottled sauce. Serve these finger lickin drummettes with hot fries.

"Who Dat" Honey Mandarin Barbeque Sauce

Large sack of drummettes, fat trimmed and rinsed well

1/2 cup ketchup

1 cup chili sauce

half of onion (finely chopped)

3 TBSP dark brown sugar

1 TBSP Extra Virgin Olive Oil

4 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce

5 TBSP Apple Cider

2 TBSP Dijon Mustard

1 light squeeze of fresh lemon juice (half lemon)

1 14oz. can mandarin oranges (drained, reserving 1 TBSP juice)

1 cup real honey plus 3 TBSP

Season drummettes with salt and pepper and place in a foil lined, deep, medium sized aluminum pan, set aside in refrigerator covered with foil until sauce is done

Simmer remaining ingredients together on medium low for an hour and half, stirring every 20 minutes

Pour over drummettes and cook in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes then turn over and cook another 30 or until done.




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