Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

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.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Simply mix all the ingredients together very well.
  2. Dunk, dip or soak your cooked wings in this sauce.
  3. For a change of pace, I will occasionally re-fry the wings after they've been sitting in the sauce, and then dunk them again once they've spent just a few seconds in the deep fryer, crisping up.
  4. Serve with ranch or bleu cheese dressing, or whatever you prefer.


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ps. I forgot, I also added a tad of A-1 and Worcheshire sauce to give it a bolder taste. My husband was very happy with the latest creation!

lsutiger28 October 02, 2013

I made this, followed the recipe exactly as stated. But you see here's the problem. It doesn't take long to realize that this is mostly butter. I mean its like 75% butter. Not a good sauce to dip wings in. As for the heat, there's just none there with all that butter diluting it. I haven't been to hooters in 3 years because their hottest sauce is quite weak. This is coming for a guy who tries the hottest wings at every place that has them. The flavor is ok but tobasco has a TON of vinigar in it. If your interested in a sauce thats hot, your wasting your time with this one. PS the comment by the hooters anorak below made me laugh.

justsomedude July 29, 2011

This is NOT the real Hooters recipe.

fenwayfan72 October 13, 2009

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