A rich but not as sweet as you might guess glaze.
|3 Tbsps.||Onion, grated, about 1/2 an onion|
|1&1/8 cup||Maple Syrup|
|3 Tbsps.||Tomato Paste|
|1 3-inch||Rosemary Sprig, fresh, or 1&1/2 teaspoon dry|
|3/8 tsp.||Black Pepper|
If you will be immersing to coat whatever you are glazing, select a pot large enough to hold all and allow you to stir to coat. Or if you intend to reduce the glaze to a thicker consistency choose a pot with a wider bottom like a 3 to 4 quart pot. Otherwise to just make the glaze, any 1 quart or larger pot will do. Grate the Onion, strain, measure and set aside.
Melt the Butter in the pot you selected until bubbling. Add the grated onion and sauté for 2 to 3 minutes. Add the Bourbon, Maple Syrup, Tomato Paste, Rosemary Sprig, Salt and Black Pepper. Stir to dissolve the tomato paste and then simmer for 10 minutes.
If you want a thicker glaze, continue to simmer, stirring occasionally, to desired consistency or it coats the back of a metal spoon in the thickness you desire. This can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour depending on the shallowness of the sauce in the pot, the amount of heat and the desired consistency.
I've only tried this on oven roasted chicken wings, but I bet it would also be good on pork chops, glazing a ham, or even when grilling if you avoid too high a heat.
Bourbon Maple Glazed Wings - Sticky rich wings that are not as sweet as you might guess.
Source: Derived from www.simplyrecipes.com
Yield: 2.25 cups
Nutrition Facts per Serving:
2g Fat (14.2% calories from fat)
trace Dietary Fiber
Exchanges per Serving:
2 Other Carbohydrates.
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