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    MaritnSpine is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default Hot Wings ?? Please help

    Hi my name is Martin I'm from Spine . I was i England 2 weeks ago and i had delicious hotwings in one of them fastfoods ( they were great !).I tryed to cook them at home but they taste different .... ( it was recipe form youtube ). How do they do them ? Can comeone know that recipe ? I mean exactly the same ... do they cook them in deep oil ? ... ohhh I'm sad .. i tryed so many times and nothing ... pleasy help me
    ( they dont use any souces they were dry an so spicy ... )

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    Hi Martin

    I am not certain what you had in England, but I live in the United States very near Buffalo where hot wings (Buffalo Wings) were invented.

    There are many different versions now, but they were invented at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo NY. The original were deep fried at 350 degrees F (177 C) for 10 to 12 minutes - but they can also be baked at 425 F (220 C) for 45 minutes.

    Anchor Bar doesn't say what the "secret sauce" is but some believe it is a combination of Cayenne Pepper Sauce maybe Frank's Red Hot Sauce and butter.

    Frank's Red Hot sauce gives this recipe on the bottle: 2 1/2 lbs. chicken wings pieces (wings are cut into two pieces) 1/2 cup Franks RedHot Sauce (Cayenne Pepper Sauce) , 1/3 cup melted butter or margarine.

    Combine sauce and butter, cook wings and dip wings into sauce to coat.

    Now, there are many other sauces to coat wings with. Popular sauces are based on garlic, honey, bbq, and dry rubs based on paprika or cayenne.

    Here, they are almost always served with celery and carrot sticks and blue cheese dressing.

    Hope this helps - good luck, Bob.

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    I agree with Cybob, there are a lot of variations of hot wings or more popularly known as buffalo wings. Aside from the recipe that Cybob gave you, you can actually buy some of them already prepared. I tried the Buffalo wings of Tyson's and they are actually good. However it was a frozen food so I am not sure if you'll like it but they're good.

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    Hot wings are yummy. I did not know why they were called Buffalo wings though so thanks for that. I think Ill have some today!

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    i make hot wings but i don't make it in the oven. i just fry the wings till crispy then make the sauce which is made up of 1 small bottle of frank's red hot sauce, butter and some salt then plunge the chickens in there. it's yummy coz it's crispy.

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    Hot wings are great. Some people might even go on to say that they are the best finger food. I actually work with Miracle Whip and we have a little friendly competition running on our Miracle Whip Facebook page. It's called Take a Stand. We are challenging everyone to come Take a Stand about something they are passionate about. And it's a fun way to see how many others feel that same way you do. Would you say that hot wings are the best tasting finger food?

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    I'd have to agree Tyson make some descent Hot Wings. However, I would love to perfect the art myself as well. I've found a couple of good recipes here for buffalo wings Buffalo and Chicken Wing Recipes - Home Cooking


    Good Luck!

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    I saw the site. It has a lot of recipe for buffalo wings. If I will have a time tonight, I will try one of those recipe. Hope I would be a success!

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