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 is a quick and easy hot chicken wing sauce which I arrived at through years of trial and error. If you like it hot, you'll love this recipe. It covers anywhere from 15-40 wings, depending on their size.
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!
Crispy, easy, oven-baked wings without the oil. Delicious as is, or serve with hot sauce, bleu cheese and celery on the side.
Fall-off-the-bone Garlic Teriyaki Wings with a hint of heat - awesome!! Less cooking time after dipping makes wings saucier.
Double battered hotwings...first fried with a flour batter, then baked with a spicy hotwing coating.
These spicy, triple baked hot wings are fall-off-the-bone delicious! You can adjust the hot sauce and red pepper to increase or decrease the heat. Less cooking time after dipping makes wings saucier. Save extra sauce for dipping.
This is a recipe my dad got from somewhere and has used for years. It's always a big hit every time he makes them. These wings are also good baked instead of fried.
These are easy hot wings with a short preparation time. They're reallyl tasty and excellent for any televised sporting event spent with friends or family.