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    9 Reviews |  By JoeB

    Allegedly the original.

    Recipe #154374

    2 Reviews |  By acerast

    These are always a hit at our house, especially with the guys. This one is also from my SIL who is a great cook (thanks Al). It requires at least one hour of marination - but is best when marinated overnight.

    Recipe #230341

    This is my own recipe. I love the way they get so gooey and sticky...goes really well with some homemade mac and cheese, some bbq baked beans, and a biscuit.....mmmmm....yum!

    Recipe #185892

    This sweet and rich Balsamic vinegar marinade carmalizes to form a crisp glaze on the wings. These can be baked or grilled; though I prefer the grill.

    Recipe #128220

    Can be made ahead and heated for 20 minutes before serving.

    Recipe #16186

    This is supposed to be a copycat of the sauce served on Hooter's Hotwings. I've never been in a Hooter's (and won't ever be)so I don't know how authentic the taste is, but these are quite tasty on hot wings, deep fried plain or breaded either one works nicely with this sauce.

    Recipe #95916

    I clipped this recipe from an old issue of Woman's Day magazine. It is an easy recipe that involves no marinating time. I have included directions for using fresh or frozen wings, depending upon which you prefer to use. See the notes at the bottom of the instructions for cooking the frozen wings.

    Recipe #41886

    Buffalo Wings to die for 1/2 cup Red Hot Sauce 1 1/2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon Tabasco Put all ingredients in a sauce pan and simmer on low temp until everything is mixed well/melted. Simmer on low for another 5-10 minutes to let the flavors blend and the sauce darkens a little. For wings....dip in flour and fry. (I bake till Crispy) When the wings are cooked, put them in a bowl and pour the sauce over them. The sauce should cover a couple pounds of wings. Stir to coat. Blue Cheese Dip 1/3 cup blue cheese, crumbled 1 cup mayonnaise 1/3 cup sour cream 1 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice 2 cloves garlic, minced salt and pepper to taste In medium bowl, combine blue cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream, lemon juice, garlic, and salt and pepper and mix well. Set aside, well covered, to chill in refrigerator. Serve with wings and celery sticks

    Recipe #118793

    I got this recipe from my friend Gay many years ago. She included a tablespoon of cornstarch in the sauce mix, I like to remove the wings, pop the baking tray over my burner and boil it to reduce it.

    Recipe #107908

    I think this recipe came from a Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce ad. "Spice up your next barbecue with these hot and spicy wings!" (Prep time does not include refrigerating overnight).

    Recipe #18247

    4 Reviews |  By Marie

    A package of taco seasoning mix added to cornmeal makes for super simple wings that are delicious.

    Recipe #57583

    If you like spicy wings, you HAVE to give these a try. My husband and I have been making these for years and never has there been any left. We like to grill them and serve w/ celery and blue cheese. My kids even gobble these down!

    Recipe #34288

    This is a "MUST HAVE RECIPE" as it is the basic chicken wing sauce with "SAMPLER VARIATIONS". Found this recipe in our local newspaper.....and I just couldn't pass it by without clipping it and posting it to share with all of you. There must be a variation here that you will love...and maybe a variation to add. Try it...3 ingredients or MORE! Start with the basic ingredients and add your variation of choice.

    Recipe #114780

    I was looking for a baked hot wing recipe.....using chipotle.....there were none. Here it is. Sugar free too. Prep time does NOT include marination time.

    Recipe #90653

    3 Reviews |  By bratty

    this is our favorite wing recipe that we actually came up when we were trying to duplicate a local restaurants wing recipe. we liked this one so much we ended our search for the original recipe

    Recipe #20242

    These are addictive wings!

    Recipe #100823

    I found this recipe on the internet and it is a winner! The wings take some time so plan ahead. They are definately worth it! Time it takes to marinate is not included in prep or cooking time.

    Recipe #108092

    GOOD-GOOD-GOOD!!!! I love wings and these are definetly not for the faint of heart. They are good and spicy (aren't hot wings supposed to be?)and easy to fix. Prep time will depend on how long you want to keep these in the frige.

    Recipe #53527

    91 Reviews |  By dayla

    This is a copy cat recipe from Todd Wilbur and his www.TopSecretRecipes.com site. I made these for my husband and I and they are just like the ones from Chili's. So good, I am sure you will enjoy them. It is a little time consuming but worth every second.

    Recipe #52064

    24 Reviews |  By Mirj

    We make these all the time! Some marinades need just a short time, but this really tastes amazing if you let it take up space in your fridge for at least 12 hours, preferably up to 48 hours. They taste great at room temperature, so you can even cook them in advance. Prep time, as always, includes marinating time.

    Recipe #29476

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