Try This Buffalo Chicken Wings Recipe – You Will Never Order Them Out Again!

If you love Buffalo Chicken Wings and the only place you eat them at is a restaurant, you will be better off not reading this article. Otherwise you run the risk to never eat them at a restaurant again! I have  learned this recipe from a very good friend of mine – Nicola. I still can’t believe that I considered my own variation of this dish decent before Nicola taught me the real thing!

Most of the restaurants out there bake or fry the chicken wings until they done and the just coat them in a hot Buffalo hot sauce before serving. The trick is to bake chicken wings until they almost done, coat it with sauce and then finish baking them.

To start off you will need about 12 – 16 chicken wings. You might want to cut them in two through the joint. I leave the tip of the wing on, but if you don’t like the look you can cut the tips off:
Cut the chicken wings in two
Arrange the chicken wings on a baking sheet and generously season them with powedered garlic, powdered onion, pepper and paprika. You can also do the seasoning in a large bawl so you can toss the wings- wings get better coating of seasoning this way. It is important not to use any salt in this step as your Buffalo hot sauce will have sufficient amount of slat in it.
Chicken Wings Seasoned With Onion Powder, Garlik Powder, Pepper and Paprika

Bake the wings in a preheated (400° F) oven for about 35 minutes until the skin begins to turn golden brown and the mean begins to barely separate from the bone:
Bake The Chicken Wings In 400 °F for about 35 minutes

Place the chicken wings and large ball and coat them in Buffalo sauce:
Coat The Wings In Buffalo Sauce
Coat Chicken Wings in Buffalo Sauce
Rearrange the coated wings on the baking sheet while replacing the foil. I am using aluminum foil for two reasons, it leaves less mess, but it also makes it easy to discard the fat.
Coated Chicken Wings Go Back In The Oven for another 10-5 minutes
Bake the wings for another 10-15 minutes in a 400 °F over. You have to keep an eye on them now because you will not wont to overcook them. Generally I judge by the strong aroma from the sauce, you hardly smell the sauce when it is cold.
Baked Chicken Wings!

Hot Souce

To make the sauce for the chicken wings you will need:

  • 3/4 cup – Hot Sauce (Red Hot by Frank’s seems to work the best, but you can use Tabasco or any other brand)
  • 1/2 cup – Ketchup
  • 1/4 cup – Blue Cheese Dressing (You can also use Ranch dressing, but the blue cheese gives it that extra something if you know what I mean)
  • 1/4 cup – Soy Sauce (Reason we do not use the salt to season chicken wings before baking them)
  • 3 Table spoons of butter

Combine the above ingredients in a a sauce pan place it over the medium heat burner:

While heating, stir the sauce until all ingredients fully dissolved and incorporated. The sauce should acquire a color of the cream of tomatoes soup:

This recipe should make a sauce that has a rather serious kick to it. However if you like more spicy or little milder sauce you will have to adjust the ketchup to hot sauce ratio.

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9 Responses to “Try This Buffalo Chicken Wings Recipe – You Will Never Order Them Out Again!”

  1. Kate says:

    Wow, I tried this method of cooking with some blackened seasoning on the wings before baking then coated them in franks wing sauce then baked for another 10 min and WOW it was awesome, thanks for sharing!!!!

  2. Claudia says:

    This wings were delicious!! Thank you for sharing this recipe!!

  3. katie says:

    We are going to try this for SuperBowl Sunday we will let you know how it goes!!!!

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  5. Kim says:

    Really like these, I add ground cumin for some extra flavour and it is great.

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  7. bill says:

    made these last night I like em better than at the pub, definitely worth a try..i used franks hot wing sauce yumm

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