Had to post this, because I made them last night (hockey-watching food), and they were so good, it was scary! Hubby (not LCing) says he prefers them over the drumettes I usually make! And they're so easy!
4-8 chicken thighs, boneless, skinless (if desired)
1/4-1/3 c. soy powder/flour/protein isolate
Remove excess fat from thighs, if desired. Cut thighs into chicken nugget- or roughly wing-sized pieces. Shake in soy powder to coat (helps sauce to adhere, since they aren't covered in skin). Broil for 20 minutes, turning once.
Once chicken is in the oven, start the sauce.
6T Frank's Redhot*
1T lemon juice or vinegar
*The original recipe calls for 1/4 c. each of Redhot and ketchup, but that is VERY mild, even for us, so I upped the Redhot for some zing. Add crushed chilis or whatever you prefer, and/or skip the ketchup for hotter wings.
Place ingredients in a pan, and set on the stove element that is over the hole from the oven while broiling the chicken (it'll heat on its own) or on low heat if your oven doesn't have one.
When chicken is done, shake in sauce to coat, and return to oven for about 5 minutes (thickens the sauce). Then shake again, and serve with bleu cheese dip.
I couldn't believe how good these were, and that I'd never thought of it before!
Hrm...I should post the Bleu Cheese Dressing I use, too.