I can’t figure out how to spell Carribbean. Is it two RR’s or one B or two of everything or one of everything? Spell check is spotty over here. The other day I typed “my head is fryed” and it didn’t even get the red squiggly notification underneath the sentence. Horror. The sentence, not the spellcheck. Why was I even WRITING that?
So, we ready for another One Dish Delish? Girrrrrlfriendz. This one is easy. It’s so easy. And my kids were like all “corn on the cob in FEBRUARY? And I was like “I’m so excited my head is fryed.”
Oh yeah, that’s why I was writing it.
Since all of American appears to enjoy the step-by-step blog photos, I have here the ingredient lineup. It’s not quite as exciting as a police lineup, but we can make it such. Imagine that onion up there saying, “My head is fryed” and you’ll be well on your way to internal entertainment. Or whatever you call it when you make up your own inside joke and are the only person that knows it. You’re so funny-cool like that.
Okay, so seriously scrump…you make this buttery BBQ sauce, all speckled with Jerk Seasoning and such, then drizzle it over chicken drumsticks, green beans, and your life. Notice there I was going to say “head” which would then be a horrid segway to yet another reference to “my head is fryed” but we’ve gone and taken that too far. You can’t say I don’t protect you from bad cliches. Or whatever it is when you have an inside joke that’s gone too far.
Bake and serve, baby. That’s One Dish Delish. The sexy new twist on casseroling. Rowr.
Dig in. Bite big. Fry your head.
Caribbean BBQ Drumsticks
2/3 cup ketchup
1/4 cup vinegar
4 tablespoons butter
1/3 cup sugar or pure maple syrup or honey
juice and zest of 1 lemon and lime
2 tablespoons Jerk seasoning
dash hot sauce (optional)
1 large package chicken drumsticks
1/2 purple onion, diced
1 package frozen corn on the cobs
a hunkload fresh green beans, nappy ends snipped off
In a medium saucepot, simmer together ketchup, vinegar, butter, sugar, lemon & lime zest, 1/2 tablespoon Jerk seasoning, and hot sauce until boiling.
In a large casserole dish, toss chicken drumsticks in remaining jerk seasoning , onion, corn on the cob, and green beans. Drizzle sauce over everything in your dish. Toss in an oven preheated to 375 degrees for 35-40 minutes, or until the chicken drumsticks are cooked through. Save the planet, be the cool mom, eat with your hands.