Hot and spicy sauce for chicken wings or your favorite meat. Sure to clear sinuses! (Omit pepper at the end and some of the chili powder to reduce the heat, if desired.)
This sauce has become my favorite of any homemade or chain restaurant and is super easy to make with only 4 ingredients. Toss cooked wings and sauce together while wings are still hot. This makes enough for 20 wings.
While talking with a friend from Brazil, your favorite Creole cook got an itch to take it a bit further south! Using the traditional Brazilian staples of Bahia, here's my N'Olin's take on "Tempero Baiano Chicken," which I often serve with cardamom coconut rice and Brazilian black beans.
Chicken deep-fried and then poached in gravy. Maybe it's not the healthiest, but great comfort food for troops on the march (or just a guy back from work). Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A new take on hot wings--marinated in a garlic/peach/BBQ sauce combo, then dipped in a spicy peach sauce.
If you can't (or shouldn't) handle hot-and-spicy wings, well, here's a really good alternative. They do take a little time to put together, but most non-Buffalo-style do. The results you will find are well worth the effort. So if you've got a few yard birds hanging around that need their wings clipped, try this one out! PS: Leaving out the (real) butter from the frying makes a huge difference in the final flavor, so fight that urge to do that!
These deep fried chicken wings have been coated with a slightly spicy Cajun concoction for the best hot wing flavor!
Meaty, fried, cheesy and spicy. What more could a man ask for? Well, maybe a bigger workshop, but this'll do for now.
Wing sauce in a hurry--just melt butter, add hot sauce and serve.
A trick play for your football gathering. Instead of the typical red hot sauce wings, give this recipe a try. Still spicy, just from a different source--horseradish instead of chili peppers.
Chicken wings with a slight Mexican influence. The well-known red hot sauce is replaced by a spicy lime and chili sauce.
Buffalo Style Chicken Wings made on the Grill
This glaze for the humble chicken wings takes it from ordinary to extraordinary! It has a rich sweet and tangy flavor bolstered by the heat and spice of black pepper. Cook chicken wings any way you like - I use the grill.
This is way better than the hot wings served at your favorite restaurant. If you love your wings, but are tired having to going out for them, or spend the extra money, then this recipe is a must.
These super crispy wings are super delicious! You can deep fry them or even cook 'em in the skillet--they just take 10 minutes!