Hi I live in New Zealand and I would like to know why it is that their are so many recipes it American cooking sites that have BUFFALO this or that. Like this one Buffalo wings. Come on really call them for what they are and that's CHICKEN WINGS. Cheers and you all have good day
This recipe contained a deadly error that cost me a pound of perfectly good chicken wings. You can't put anything under your broiler for 15 minutes (20 if you want them extra crispy!). I suspected that wouldn't work well, so I checked them after 10 minutes, but they were already blackened embers. I take some responsibility because I knew that it didn't sound right and tried it anyway. But really I think the recipe's author and editor should have known better. I'm giving this one star, because I'm mad about it right now, having thrown those wings away a moment ago. But I will try this same recipe again in a 450-degree oven, which should create the desired effect.
This was a spectacular recipe. Top notch wings. Make these for your hubby...he'll thank you later;)
Great and easy recipe for wings. Family really loves them. Much healthier than eating out.
Outstanding! Better than fried. I broiled them on cookie racks to cut down on the grease
This is the best hot wings recipe I have ever tried. They came out better than any I've ordered in a restaurant too. Since oven frying is healthier than pan-fried, I decided to try this same recipe on other chicken parts. I mostly use thighs and then bake them in the oven to crisp and brown the skin. I allow them to cook in water for 20 minutes, turn off the fire and let the chicken cool down a bit before removing them from the water to drain before placing them in the oven. My husband wants his chicken done this way all the time and I love it so much I'm happy to oblige!
nice ez recipe kick it up a couple hotches by soaking wings in a brine of 2 to 4 quarts water 1/4 to 1/2 cup salt @ 1/4 cup sugar 4 2 or more hours rinse well and follow recipe but add no salt and broil 4 only 10 minutes per side then toss in sauce and broil 4 5 2 10 more minutes oh so tender juicy and crispy
My husband loves these so I thought I'd whip them up (im from Australia and these aren't common here so thought it would be a nice treat). Followed the recipe exactly and it was super easy... Ill comment on behalf of my husband (as I don't really like them as they're too hot for me).. And he loved them! Said it was exactly how we had them when in the US. They were nice and crispy and burnt my eyeballs they were that spicy (i used franks hot sauce).
The best wings I ever made the only thing I did different was after coating with the sauce I put them back in the oven for five more minutes so the sauce could dry on the wings
These wings were as good as any fried wings that I've ever had. I used drumettes and wingettes. I boiled them with the seasonings for 15 minutes. Then I put the oven rack in the bottom position and turned the broiler on High. I put wings on greased cooling racks that were sitting on a cookie sheet. 15 minutes on one side, then flipped them for another 15 minutes. I melted two tablespoons of butter with one 6 oz. jar of Louisiana hot sauce. I tossed the wings with this and put them back in the oven for a couple more minutes. I will definitely be making these again since it's almost football season.