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Guy Fieri Grills Healthy Super Bowl Wings For 'The Talk' Ladies (VIDEO)


First Posted: 02/ 3/2012 6:18 pm Updated: 02/ 3/2012 6:21 pm

You may think you'd have to go to a diner, drive-in or dive to get delicious chicken wings for the Super Bowl, but Friday on "The Talk" (weekdays on CBS) Guy Fieri showed Julie Chen and Aisha Tyler how to grill healthy and flavorful wings at home. Although Fieri isn't known for healthy cooking, the segment was for the "Redo U" series "The Talk" has been running to help people make small changes to improve their lives.

So rather than battering and frying the wings, Fieri showed the ladies how to create a brine using water, Canola oil, honey and a multitude of seasonings. He had them drop everything into a zip-lock bag and shake it up. He then shared a grilling tip, marking the wings on the grill, then moving them to indirect heat so the fat wouldn't drip into the flames and cause the chicken to burn.

Fieri also suggested creating different sauces to cater to various heat preferences. They ranged from a sweeter rub to sprinkle on the wings while they were still on the grill to a fiery sauce made with sriracha, soy sauce and garlic chili sambal that nearly made Julie Chen sneeze. Fieri even shared his signature sauce, which he uses at his restaurant, Tex Wasabi. Without giving away the recipe, he simply said, "We use jalapenos, garlic, hot sauce and butter."

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