First, I made the horseradish pepper sauce
Horseradish Pepper Sauce
- Peel and slice up a bunch of horseradish
- Cut off stems from peppers
- Put in food processor
- Add some white vinegar
- Repeat, adding white vinegar until desired consistency is reached
Then, I poured the sauce over the chicken wings, threw 'em in the fridge and let them sit for a couple days (overnight would be fine). This would also work well with, e.g., extra-firm tofu or seitan.
The wings themselves are easy - crank oven to 350 for 10 minutes, and put the wings on a baking tray in the oven for 20-30 minutes.
The Bleu Cheese dressing is actually a Bleu Brie dressing - there was a full mini-wheel of it on sale for $1.99 (!) at Harris-Teeter. Totally improvised, but took my inspiration from the ingredients list on the bottles of Ken's Dressings and online.
- Bleu/Bleu brie cheese
- White vinegar
- Full-cream yogurt
- Combine in bowl
- Blend until desired consistency
- Chill in refrigerator
Wish I were more help here, but just have some bread and taste as you go along.
So, remember - if you have a hankering for trashy foods, you can probably do it yourself and pretty cheaply. Back of the envelope, the ingredients used for this meal probably cost me $2-3.