Chicken Wings Of Goodness
I love chicken wings. I’m not one who strays off the reservation with wing sauce – I want a nice straight forward hot sauce. You can have you’re BBQ, Jerk, etc – I’ll take just plain set your mouth afire hot sauce…
During football season you can find me at the local Buffalo Wild Wings watching Ohio State play almost every Saturday – Good football and good wings (and beer). I do like to have them at home every once and a while and they’re easy to make. The only thing I don’t like about making them at home is dealing with the oil after cooking the wings – but I don’t let that stop me…
2 Tb butter
1/2 Cup Texas Pete’s (or Frank’s Hot Sauce)
1 tsp Penzeys Black & Red pepper
12 Chicken wings
Peanut oil for frying
In a small saute pan melt the butter over medium heat. Once melted add the hot sauce and bring to temperature. Add the pepper and mix well. Take off the heat and set aside.
Cook the chicken wings in the preheated oil at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until fully cooked. Toss with the hot sauce and plate.
Serve with blue cheese or ranch and celery. Eat & Enjoy…