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SO GOODD!! I am a wing fanatic, and i'm so happy i finally found a way to satisfy the craving outside of a restaurant! I followed the recipe exactly, and used Frank's Wing sauce. Definitely recommend that sauce, it comes out perfectly, not unbearably hot or spicy and not too mild. PERFECT. love it. Recommend not using your basket though, because the batter can stick to it. Use a spoon to get the wings out instead!
WHY, WHY did I bake these and not fry them? I took the advice from some reviews here that said they came out awesome after baking. Nope. Sometimes frying is just a must, even though not as healthy. 4 stars for now, just because of the baking method I followed, but I'll fry them and update the recipe to 5 stars I'm sure, because the taste was right on. The texture was not. ****UPDATE: I made these again, but fried them this time...oh my goodness - delicious. Made a triple batch for a party appetizer and they flew off the plate! PERFECT!!!
If baking like others have sugested, make sure you use a very Non Stick sheet. Caused a little extra clean up, but they came out great. We made two batches: one hot and one BBQ.
Made these tonight for part of my Super Bowl feast. Loved them!!!!! My daughter said they were the best wings ever. I made the copycat version of the Spicy garlic sauce from BWW from this site to coat the chicken pieces. MMMMMM mmmmmmm. I'll be making these every year. GO STEALERS!!!!!!!!
I used chicken tenders and also baked them after frying for 5-10 min. We are buffalo wing addicts and really enjoyed this recipe.
I tested this recipe yesterday, replacing chicken with wild quail breasts. I also baked them at 425 for 10 minutes a side. They turned out VERY good. I used Franks Red Hot sauce. I will use this recipe again for Super Bowl Sunday, and I think my guests will really enjoy these "wings." Thank you for a great recipe!
This was the best recipe for boneless chicken wings I have ever tried. It is a keeper.
I'm giving this recipe five stars - but with a warning: these will only be as good as the sauce that you put on them! Isn't that just common sense? So, if people are finding them to vinegary or too spicy or whatever, it isn't the recipe's fault - it is whatever sauce you have bought! I say this as someone who has made this recipe a few times - and usually it is awesome but once it was kind of gross, but that is because i bought some horrible sauce for the last stage. Having said all that, I love this recipe and will continue to make them. And oh yeah, another thing: I flash fried them to get the "batter" crispy, but then I baked them in the oven, WITH the sauce, for nine minutes at 350 degrees and they came out moist, juicy and crispy and delicious. I've also tried this recipe with BBQ sauce instead of Wing sauce, and I have to say, that works pretty good too! Thanks Dayla!
i made this recipe and i thought it tatsed horrible.my kids didnt like it either.nothing like chili's.i followed the recipe exactly.so how is it that after reading these reviews i see that everyone thinks they are the same and i dont.did i miss something?
We did these as per the reicpe tonite for dinner. They were delcious! Next time, and there will be a next time, I might try it with only the regular Frank's or LA hot sauce, yeh.... we like them extra spicy here in Texas. Really good recipe!