Ever since I can remember, this delicious recipe was and continues to be a must in my home. We couldn’t possibly watch a soccer game or another sporting event on TV without enjoying my Aunt Carmenza’s famous chicken wings with malta, a very typical Latino nonalcoholic ale.
As a family, we eagerly waited for the event to begin so we could start our delicious task: eating nonstop. These wings are meant to be eaten by hand, literally licking your fingers along the way. It’s a mystery why, but we thought they tasted better like this than if we ate them with a fork and knife like civilized people. My family is quite unique, isn’t it?
Now this dish is one of my husband’s favorites. The only difference with how I make it now is that I use the slow cooker. The sauce turns out thicker, and although it takes a little longer, it’s much smoother and delicious.
I hope you like them!
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