33 Reviews

Awesome. I made it a little easier by just tossing the wings in a ziploc bag with the flour mixture and chilling them that way (several hours ahead). Then when ready to cook I dipped them in sauce mixture and placed on cookie sheet lined with foil and sprayed with Pam so no clean up :) Used Frank's EXTRA Hot sauce, Yummy.

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Vicki in CT November 20, 2012

I baked my wings at 450 for 45 minutes and had delightfully crispy wings! Easy to make and very tasty

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iris5555 September 20, 2011

im trying the wings tonight for the first time my daughter loves hot wings so im trying this recipe out

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tiffany mickles March 18, 2011

These were good. I didn't bother separating the wing tips before cooking - it was easier to do when we were eating them. My grandson loved them and added more hot sauce at the table. Thanks Dug for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag.

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lazyme November 15, 2010

I have had this recipe in my book for a couple years now, and just thought I'd let you all know that this recipe is a regular in our home. Thanks for sharing, Dug.

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sweetheart48475 November 14, 2010

These were very tasty! The recipe itself was a lot of work, and as it was my first time making my wings I spent a lot of time just figuring out how to separate the wing from the drumette... (figured out kitchen scissors are the easiest way ;)) All in all with prep, fridge time, and cooking, the recipe took almost 2.5 hours. The taste was great though and DH loved them so thanks for sharing!

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megs_ May 31, 2010

I made these the other night and they turned out great. I used chicken quarters that I skinned. I doubled the recipe and halfway through the cooking I drizzled some more hot sauce on them. They tasted great. I didn't use wings because I don't eat chicken skin and there is not enough meat on them. Thanks!

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Queenkungfu April 29, 2010

I liked these wings and thought the coating made them turn out great in the oven, just like fried. I mixed the flour and spices in a big plastic bowl, added the wings and put the lid on, then shook a few times and they were all coated perfectly. Easy to dip in the sauce and easy to bake. I also lined my baking sheet w/foil. I didn't think they were too greasy and the hotness was very mild. Thanks!

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JSkizzle January 03, 2010

Really good wings. Came out nice and crisp.

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nmj July 25, 2009
Hooters Buffalo Wings Oven Style