This recipe is, in actual fact, excellent but it's word for word lifted from Best of the Best of Bridge, page 70, copyright August 1998, which also has loads of other terrific recipes.
Great recipe made first time as per recipe and tasted great. Second time around I made a few changes which also worked out great. First of all I doubled the sauce ingredients. I then got a plastic baggie with 2 cups flour + 1 tbl paprika, 1 tbl onion salt, 1 tbl mustar powder and 1/2 tbl chilli powder. I used drumsticks/thighs, popped them in the baggie to coat in the flour. I then baked them in the oven until the floured tops were golden. I took them out, drained a little of the fat off and poured over the sauce ingredients then baked again for approx 20 minutes. The sauce thickened down and the result was incredably sticky hot wings!
Very good. After trying more than one of your recipes, I have concluded that what you make and how you make it can be counted on to produce wonderful results. These are no exception. Thank you for being the cook you are.
I made this recipe with whole wings. Half-way through baking, I basically just poured the rest of the sauce all over the wings, then return them in the oven. These wings turned out fantastic! Thanks for posting.
Super wings, just the right amount of heat and spice. We loved them, sat with a big bowl and paper towels and they flew out of the bowl. So good.
great recipe easy to follow used hot sauce instead of water crazy good !!!!!!!!!!!!
This is about the third or fourth time I've used this recipe to make hot wings, and I have to say that these are, by far, the best hot wings I've ever had. I made ketchup for the recipe using Top Secret Recipes Version of Heinz Ketchup. My husband and daughter love these things! Thanks for another good one Kitten.
This recipe is absolutely FANTASTIC! I added extra hot sauce, and a little extra mustard, but I will never try another wing sauce recipe. Thank you so much!
The best grilled chicken wings I ever had! They are moist and juicy, and the sourness and spicyness lasts very long in your mouth - excellent! I made some fried pasta in butter and tomato paste and it's a perfect match. Thanks for sharing this recipe. This is going to be a big hit for my next party.
I have to agree, this is the best way to make chicken wings! Sometimes I get lazy and don't feel like making the sauce. That's when I open up a bottle of my favorite wing sauce from my favorite wing restaurant and just dip the broiled wings in the bottled sauce. The results are that they are just as good as what I get at the restaurant, but without the cost or the deep frying. Thank you so very much!