How to Make Hot WingsYou’ll find the full step-by-step instructions below, but here’s what you can expect from this hot wings recipe:1. Coat with flour: Coat the chicken wings with a mixture of flour, paprika, cayenne pepper, and salt. Refrigerate coated wings for at least an hour.
2. Make the sauce: In a saucepan on the stove, combine butter, hot sauce, pepper, and garlic. Stir until butter is melted, then remove from heat and reserve for later.
3. Fry the wings: Fry the chicken wings in a skillet filled with oil heated to 375 degrees F. Remove the wings and place them on a paper-towel lined plate to remove the excess oil.
4. Coat the wings: Drizzle the hot wings sauce over the fried wings or place the hot wings in a bowl with the sauce and mix together until combined.
Nicole’s Top Hot Wing Tips“There ain’t no thing like a chicken wing,” according to culinary expert Nicole McLaughlin (a.k.a. NicoleMcMom). “And there’s no reason you should be making them at home.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Here are a few of Nicole’s top hot wing tips and tricks:
· You can keep the sauce simple or make it your own with additional ingredients. Throw in some extra vinegar if you like your wings tangy or some honey if you’re craving something spicy-sweet, recommends Nicole.
· Don’t try to fry too many wings at once. If you crowd the oil, Nicole says, you run the risk of bringing the temperature down.
· Make sure the fried wings are fully tossed — don’t just drizzle the sauce over them. Nicole likes to make a double-batch of sauce so she can ensure each wing is fully coated.
What to Serve with Hot WingsBuffalo wings are delicious served with a side of ranch or blue cheese and cooling veggies (like celery or carrots). You can also serve hot wings as an appetizer for pizza or alongside mac and cheese (bonus points if you mix the hot wing sauce into the mac and cheese).
How to Store Hot WingsStore hot wings in an airtight container in the fridge for up to four days. For best results, reheat leftover hot wings in the oven or air fryer — this will ensure they stay crispy.
How to Freeze Hot WingsFreeze your hot wings so you’ll have easy appetizers or dinners on hand at all times. Place hot wings in an airtight container or zip-top freezer bag and freeze for up to three months.
Allrecipes Community Tips and Praise“Great wings! Were crispy and the flour covering held in place perfectly after I let them chill for 90 minutes. The wings were done in 7 minutes when cooked in the deep fryer at the temp specified in the recipe so keep an eye on them,” says cjs_mama. “I made 5 batches of these for a party and they were a HUGE hit!”“We love these wings! Baked or fried, these are good either way. For the best wing experience, please try these with Bill’s Blue Cheese Dressing from this site,” according to Janine.“WOW! These wings were AWESOME! Our usual wing joint has officially lost our business. I plan on adding this to our meal schedule at least once a week,” raves T Smiley. “My husband isn’t huge on wings, so I plan to try them using chicken tender strips for him. Can’t wait to see how that turns out.”Editorial contributions by Bailey Fink and Corey Williams
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