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Old 07-01-06, 08:31 PM
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Buffalo wings, let's see your recipes

I love a good batch of wings but fully prepared wings are just too pricey for too small a serving, I can buy suseless wings for a lot less then make them my slef but I need ideas on sauses to use

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No need to stray to far from the classic. Buy Frank's Red Hot. Follow recipe on bottle. All you need is butter. Perfection.
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chicken wings + Franks + butter =
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BTW, I deep fry the wings first so they are nice and crispy and the slosh the Franks/butter combo on them.
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Just buy the Frank's Buffalo Wing sauce, probably more expensive than making it w/ Frank's + butter, but less work and it's yummy.
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My recipe:

Go to Hooters.
Order wings
Stare at things.
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frank's red hot
I usually don't bother with the butter, and usually bake the wings with a little sauce on them then put them in a covered pot with more sauce and shake them
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My problem with making them at home, is they end up soggy. I deep fry them until they are cooked, and toss them in the Franks/butter combo.

Should I be over cooking them before tossing?
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http://bwwsauces.2kond.com/

Pick up some of the medium sauce from Buffalo Wild Wings

They have the best sauces I've ever had on wings

Sorry I don't have a recipe!
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This may be a lot of work but here's how I cook mine: slow roast in a low oven, say 300 degrees until all the fat has melted away. Then, I crank up the broiler or take them out to the grill and crisp up the skin, then, toss in the butter and Franks.
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My wing sauce has lots of tasty (and at this point unnameable) ingredients. It is a continuous sauce that dates back to around 1985. (I just add more stuff to the remains and re-simmer after each use!)

It's mostly Franks or another red hot sauce, some butter, plus other random hot sauces in lesser quantities. I periodically add some tomato paste (not too much) which really thickens it. And some brown sugar makes a tasty ingredient. Other minor additions over the years have been mustard, crushed peppers, olive oil, italian seaonings, etc.

Also, as noted above, a great way to make them is to grill them until they are just getting crispy and a bit black on the outside. Then shake them up in a large container with hot sauce. The grilled flavor blends with the sauce to make an awesome wing! I never bother trying to deep fry them anymore.

of course, now that I'm in NYC and a grill isn't handy, I just head over to Scruffy McDuffy's, 8th Ave at 46th. Best wings in town by a huge margin. (Makes wings from Atomic, Pluck U, Blondies, Off the Wagon, etc. pale in comparison.)
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I couldn't find any Franks so I used Texas Pete instead
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Originally Posted by Canadian Bacon
I couldn't find any Franks so I used Texas Pete instead
Texas Pete is my hero.

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