Super Bowl at Herb’n Renewal means WINGS!

February 6, 2016 at 3:21 pm Leave a comment

Tomorrow is the big day! Super Bowl 50 is finally here and everyone is looking forward to the good eats! I know, some of you are looking forward to the game too. lol

Normally, I would say that we would be looking forward to the commercials and the finger food but it seems as though we have managed to catch a bit of a stomach bug so it looks like chicken broth, ginger ale and crackers for us. 😦 Oh well, we can celebrate later on…for now we are just trying to feel normal again.

The fact that we are under the weather does not mean that everyone else can’t enjoy some Super Bowl favorites…chicken wings! And, nobody said they had to be difficult to make or fried in oil! Our baked or grilled wings give you the same great flavor without all of that usual grease!

Our first recipe was a natural seen as how we named this blend Cajun Wing’n Season! Keep in mind that no matter what we named this blend it does so much more than just those delicious wings. This recipe is featured on the back of each package…Baked Wings…Simply coat 4 lbs of chicken wings in 3 tbsp. olive oil, then coat with 3 tbsp. Cajun Wing’n Season…marinate for 1 hour or more. Bake in a 400 degree oven till done…about 45 minutes.

If you’d like to try some different flavors, try our Jamm’n Jerk, Herb’n Cowboy or Chili Season’n! The recipes are about the same for each of them…

Basic Baked Wings

12 chicken drummies or wings

1 tablespoon Jamm’n Jerk, Herb’n Cowboy or Chili Season’n

1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil

Place chicken in a plastic bag and coat with oil. Throw in the seasoning of your choice and toss. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour…the longer the better! Make sure you give the bag an occasional squish. Bake in a 400 degree oven for about 45 minutes or until cooked through. If you want crispier chicken, drain after 20 minutes. By the way…these are great grilled!

Hope your team wins! 🙂

You can find all of our wonderful, hand blended herb seasonings at


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