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Follow up: What is your favorite HOT chicken wing recipe?

Asked by SamIAm (8690points) February 11th, 2010

I have had great hot wings that were homemade with soy sauce, franks red hot, butter, and sugar (maybe some other things, can’t remember) but I am not sure how they were all cooked. What’s your best hot wing recipe? And how do you make it?!

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njnyjobs's avatar

I have one that’s been a real hit everytime I prepare them, but should I let my secret out? . . . Hmmmm,. .. . I could tell you that it includes fresh lime, habanero and cilantro.

dpworkin's avatar

I deep fry the wings, for one thing. And I use Cholula Hot Sauce, good (not cheap) Sherry vinegar and butter for the sauce, with a tiny squeeze of lemon.

Cruiser's avatar

Mayo, garlic, home grown red pepper, salt, honey, lemon, splash of Worcester sauce, paprika. Marinade overnight.

marinelife's avatar

I saute the wings in butter, and then when they are cooked I add Frank’s Red Hot sauce and coat them well. It sort of mixes with the butter and gives a good coating.

mass_pike4's avatar

ahh this is making me hungry. A good sauce to add to your wings….Frank’s Buffalo Sauce = amazing

gemiwing's avatar

Thaw wings, dry with towel. Fry and then dip in sauce.
Sauce- bottle of hot sauce, butter and salt/pepper.
Second sauce- Red Rooster sauce, terryaki sauce, two pats butter, garlic, salt.

YARNLADY's avatar

This sound complicated, but it’s not. You can make and freeze for later.

Choctaw/Creole style: l stick butter, ½ cup flour, l cup chopped celery, l large chopped green pepper, 4 cloves minced garlic, 6 thinly sliced scallions including leaves, 1 large chopped onion, 3 diced large, fresh Creole tomatoes or a 16 oz can of diced tomatoes with juice, 3 tsp chopped parsley, 1 can tomato sauce 6 oz, ½ teaspoon cayenne or Tabasco, juice of one lemon, 1 cup Burgundy, 2 cups chicken broth

Melt butter in a thick bottom pot or dutch oven, slowly add flour and stir over low for about 10 min, until it starts to turn brown, add celery, onions, green pepper, and garlic, simmer until they turn clear, then add the rest of the ingredients and simmer slowly for an hour.

Add the chicken wings and cook until done. If you want to dip them in something, make a dipping mix of mustard and honey, with no more than two drops of Tabasco.

Aster's avatar

I have taken the wings, poured honey-teriyaki sauce over them , sprinkled on garlic powder and baked them until the tips were almost black. To this, you could always put cayenne on top and it would be better if you marinated them overnight in a baggie. If this doesn’t make you salivate you’re not alive!

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