Nothing sticks to your bones like meat and potatoes. Keith Sims, former NFL footballer and proud dad of The Soulful RV family, whipped up this satisfying tailgate-style dinner for the last and final episode of The Great American Cookoff. Is it enough to clinch the win in the final quarter?
- Brentwood deep fryer
- Blackstone flat top
- Country Smokers Traveler wood pellet smoker
- Robert Irvine – BBQ tool set
- Mixing bowl set
- Casserole pan
3 types of chicken wings cooked 3 different ways:
- Traditional southern-fried chicken
- Smoked BBQ chicken
- Maple honey lemon chicken.
- Red potatoes
- Olive oil
- Fresh thyme
- Fresh rosemary
- Organic eggs
- Oat milk
- Garlic salt
- Salt and pepper
- Onions and peppers
- Smoked paprika
- Poultry seasonings
- Your favorite BBQ sauce
- Organic honey
- Organic maple syrup
Instructions for Chicken Wings & Potatoes:
- Season chicken wings with smoked paprika, poultry seasonings, garlic salt, and salt and pepper. Cover and Let it sit overnight in fridge.
- Wash and cut potatoes. Place in casserole dish with the fresh garlic cut onions and peppers. Drizzle olive oil over everything and place in RV oven at 350º degree for 20 minutes.
- Set deep fryer to 350º degrees, get smoker up to 350º as well. Set Blackstone to 350º degrees.
- Mix eggs and oat milk with salt and pepper in large mixing bowl. Set aside. Mix flour and seasoning in bowl.
- Place chicken wings in smoker and cook till done.
- Spray a pool of olive oil on Blackstone and place chicken wings in the pool of oil. Flip and move wings often. Cook until wings are cook through.
- Dip wings into egg batter, then into flour mixture. Place into deep fryer and cook for 5-7 minutes until totally cooked. Plate wings once finished
- Once all Smoked wings are cooked, plate and drizzle with BBQ sauce.
- Add 3 cups of maple syrup to mixing bowl. Squeeze half of a lemon and add honey. Salt and pepper to taste. Drizzle this on the wings that were cooked on the Blackstone.
- Remove potatoes from oven. Add the fresh thyme and rosemary. Drizzle more olive oil and stir. Place pan on blackstone and continue to cook until the potatoes are cooked totally. Stir often to avoid burning or sticking to bottom of the pan.Plate potatoes next to the wings, kick back and enjoy!