These are some great hot wings that are not too spicy and a little sweet after taste. I like my wings a little crispy and these came out perfect. Great for any entertaining event and perfect with some good beer!!!!!
1. Take your wings and thaw them out in water for about 10 minutes. Pat them dry so there is no excess water.
2. Heat your deep fryer to 375 degrees. If your's doesn't go quite that high adjust your cooking time up a couple minutes. Make sure you watch them though.
3. Add 1 cup of floor and a teaspoon of pepper into a bowl.
4. Dredge each wing in floor and shake off excess flour.
5. Drop wings into fryer and set timer for 13 minutes.
6. Mix together 1/2 cup Frank's Red Hot Sauce, 1/3 cup melted butter, 1 table spoon honey, and 1 teaspoon of black pepper in a sauce pan on low.
7. (Optional) add a little Cornstarch powder to thicken sauce to likening. Careful and only add a little each time and mix. Too much will be clumpy.
8. Once wings are cooked put them on a plate with a paper towel to collect excess oil.
9. Pour sauce in a large bowl that you preferably have a lid for or you can use a plate. Put your wings in the bowl with the sauce. Shake the wings until coated well.
10. Ready to Eat!
The sauce could work for a couple dozen of wings if you want to make more. You could add red chili flakes if you want them hotter. If you are cooking with a batch larger then a dozen consider that in your cooking time, and perhaps let them cook a little longer if you want them crispy.