You do not need a big kitchen or a deep fryer for these. Put your pasta/stock pot into gear. I love sassy stuff. Sriracha is a staple in my house. So is Frank’s Hot Sauce. This recipe is easy and delicious too. If you want to make it healthy, you can use the sauce as a marinade and grill the wings. I opted for the fry method here, but I do grill them too.
1 stick of unsalted butter
1 bottle of Frank’s Hot Sauce
2/3 cup Sriracha Sauce (Rooster on the bottle)
3 tablespoons Vik’s Garlic Fix
1 tablespoon Sweet Onion Sugar
Place all in a pan and simmer while frying the wings.
I used Drummets, they have more meat on them and they are readily available here. When we lived in Hawaii they were impossible to find. I wonder what they do with all of the other wing parts…. cat food?
In a large deep pan, heat oil to 400 and then adjust the heat to maintain 350-400 degrees while frying.
Fry in small batches so the wings do not stick together.
This should take about 6-8 minutes, remove when golden brown.
Place in a pan once all are fried and pour the sauce over and stir to make sure the wings are completely covered with sauce.
Bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Serve with celery, carrots and blue cheese dressing. FINGER LICKING good.
Want another great wing recipe: Here I recreated Husk’s Sweet Tea Brined Smoked Kentuckyaki Chicken Wings.
And here is a post from my friend Scotty Harris, who lives near Buffalo about wings… he insists there is no such thing as Buffalo Wings, they are just wings to him.