The Best Buffalo Chicken Wings You’ll Ever Have

As I sit here writing this post, we are bracing for yet another storm….this storm has been wrecking havoc across the country and it doesn’t seem like its going to miss Philadelphia.  The good news, if you want to call it that is instead of getting 12 inches of snow were getting heavy freezing rain……now last week we had thunder in the snow storm, that was new…….now Heavy freezing rain.  I just don’t like the way that sounds, and of course its hitting at drive time for me 4:30am.  Well, lets hope for the best!
(update-we ended up with mostly rain in our area, we did get lucky!)
home made bleu cheese dressing

Well lets not worry about that now, we have superbowl parties to get ready for!  My contribution to the superbowl mayhem is going to be Buffalo Chicken Wings, now I know everybody and their cousin has a sure fire Buffalo Chicken Recipe, it’s certainly not rocket science, but there are a few nuances that will make these the Best Buffalo Wings you have ever had!

Of course the first ingredient are Chicken wings, fresh not frozen.  Did you ever notice how the bones get black inside when you use frozen chicken….yuk!  So we have fresh wings, all joints intact.  Their easy enough to separate at the joint, and of course we’re not throwing away the little end piece of the wing, were saving them for chicken stock!
The first thing you should always do with fresh chicken is rinse it in cold water, pat it dry with paper towels  and then cut the joints apart, you get a drummie and a wing joint.  Once all of your chicken is prepped you can move on to the next step and get ready to make the best buffalo chicken wings you’ll ever have!

Buffalo Chicken Wings

There are a lot of great brands of bleu cheese dressing out there, but if you want to make your own dressing it’s really pretty easy.  There is really only one trick to a really good bleu cheese dressing.

Buffalo Chicken Wings
 
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Recipe type: Appetiser
Cuisine: American
Serves: 4
Ingredients
Buffalo Wings
  • 16-20 chicken wings (depending on size)
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 2 cups canola oil (or your favorite oil)
  • salt and black pepper
Buffalo Wing Sauce
  • 12 oz Franks Buffalo Wing Sauce (or hot sauce of your choice)
  • 1½ (6 oz) stick unsalted butter
  • 3 oz honey
Bleu Cheese Dressing
  • 8 oz Bleu Cheese
  • 1 cup sour cream or Greek Yogurt
  • 1 cup Mayonnaise
  • ¼ cup milk or buttermilk
  • ¼ teaspoon granulated onion
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon black pepper
Instructions
Buffalo Wing Sauce
  1. In a sauce pan melt the butter then add the honey and turn off the heat
  2. Add in hot sauce and using a wire whip blend until fully incorporated into the butter/honey mixture.
  3. You can heat this sauce if you want it hotter, but at this temperature the sauce will cling really well to the chicken wings. If you let the sauce get to hot it will break and separate into an oily mess!
  4. Set aside sauce until ready to coat wings
Bleu Cheese Dressing
  1. In a food processor, add the sour cream or Greek yogurt, the milk and half of your bleu cheese.
  2. Pulse the mixture until all of the bleu cheese has been blended in.
  3. Add this mixture to the mayonnaise with the remaining bleu cheese crumbles and seasonings. (The seasonings are just a guide, season it to your taste)
  4. You should make this dressing at least one day ahead of time, to let the flavors build, it will taste the best after 48 hours.
Buffalo Chicken Wings
  1. Wash all of the chicken wings, then on a cutting board, cut the wings into 3 pieces, either discarding the end wing section of freezing and saving for soup stock.
  2. Pat dry all wing pieces you will be using.
  3. Season your flour with salt and pepper (about ½ tsp salt and ½ tsp black pepper) and dredge chicken wings in the seasoned flour
  4. Preheat oil in a large skillet to fry your wings
  5. Place wings in hot oil and fry for about 4-5 minutes, then turn them over and cook the other side for about the same time. (You want the wings to get crispy and have a good color).
  6. Remove the cooked wings to paper towels to drain
  7. Place the cooked wings in a large bowl with your buffalo sauce and toss them to get a good even coating of buffalo sauce on the wings.
  8. Serve and enjoy!

 

I know you will love these hot wings, the crunchy coating of the wings combined with the perfect balance in the hot sauce as it clings to the wing will just make you wish you had made more!

Comments

  1. Brooks at Cakewalker says:

    Chef, these mouth-watering wings are flying me over the moooooon! The photo depicts finger-food succulence at its best. I'm fixin' to give these a try soon. Thank you for the additional photo tips under ACD… Some of my pics have been kicked to the curb, but Like you, it challenges me to become a better photographer. Sending you some sunny California buzz love!

  2. BakingWithoutABox says:

    Oh Chef Dennis! I didn't think buffalo chicken wings could look so good! Beautiful shot. And great dressing recipe.

    Thanks for the FB friend etiquette reminders. I've had the privilege of meeting some wonderful newbies lately!

    Just my 2 cents – I primarily use PaintShop Pro on my older laptop but I too am getting Photoshop Elements. I play with a friend's Photoshop CS4 now and then. Verra fancy stuff! I have found library books help to learn to get the most from whatever program.

    Always just love the Ask Chef Dennis portions. Thanks and stay warm!

  3. Rebel Mel says:

    So good… I love buffalo chicken!

  4. thecompletecookbook says:

    :-( We don't get Franks Buffalo Wing Sauce here. Your wings look outstanding Chef.
    :-) Mandy

  5. sweetsbysillianah says:

    these wings look finger-licking good! can i crash your superbowl party? ;)

    thanks for sharing the great tips, as usual, looking forward to the next one. have a safe drive in the mornin… this crazy weather has got to stop!

  6. Wendy Irene (Give Love Create Happiness) says:

    Hi Chef Dennis! I have never put honey in my Buffalo sauce, just butter. I am going to give it a try. It makes sense, sweet and sticky :) I have a question for a future ask Chef Dennis. I took your advice and did the copyright for my blog. Thanks for letting us know about that! There was an option for creative commons and I don't know anything about it. Do you recommend doing that with your copyright? Thanks for your help! Have a great day :) Wendy

  7. sara @ CaffeIna says:

    I don't care for Super Bowl but i do care for these chicken wings.they are so so so juicy that I'm drooling.
    As per the top 9 at foodbuzz….I'm every day more confused these days. I got to the top 9 with a post that was two weeks old…who knows, really! I am happy with that and I don't post with "getting to the top 9" in mind but it still was a little weird. Have a great week, Chef!

  8. ajcabuang04 says:

    These look beyond delicious!! My mouth is watering right now!! Definitely craving this!! YUMMM!!

  9. Chef – This is by far the best buffalo wings recipe I've read so far. Thanks for sharing! Hopefully the weather lets up on your side – sending some warm cali wishes!

  10. Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes says:

    I love your "Scarlett O'Hara" attitude about now worrying about it now! We've had the 1st of the one, two punch and we're waiting for the 2nd storm. We may get more snow than ice as we are on the MA, NH line! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. Please drive carefully! Love the wings! Great for a Super Bowl party!

  11. oh,chef,the wings are so scrumptious!beautiful pics!

  12. All That's Left Are The Crumbs says:

    These are some good looking wings. They almost want to make me lick my fingers and I haven't even eaten one! I can't believe that 30 states are under a winter storm watch. Take care in the storm.

  13. The chicken wings are mouthwatering!!

  14. The weather certainly is a concern … maybe they are right about 2012!! In any case with a batch of these chicken wings I reckon I'd weather storms quite happily ;0)

  15. Great looking wings – it's 4:14am and I could still go for a plate full. Freezing rain can be a real nightmare – hope everything goes okay.

  16. Vibey @ Yumbo McGillicutty says:

    Oh, man! I'm addicted to Buffalo wings and these look the amazing! The dressing looks pretty perky, too. I reckon the yoghurt would make all the difference.

  17. Wow, those wings look incredible! Perfect for the big game :) Thanks for the info on photo editing programs…I really need to bite the bullet and start using one (lazy blogger here!!!).

  18. These sound and look great, I especially like the honey idea (my friend is a beekeeper and she love the idea too!). Thanks for the sauce recipe – what's a good buffalo chicken wing without a good sauce?! And, again, thanks for the Foodbuzz tips.

  19. the constant hunger says:

    Great tips, especially the photo editing. I use Picassa which is pretty basic and I'm curious to check out the others. My camera came with pretty bad editing software so… Thanks!

  20. I love love love wings, so this recipe is a must-try for me. Saving it! Thanks for the tip on Foodbeast.com, I will have to check them out. Stay safe in the snow. It's the second snow day in a row here, and my kids are getting restless. A good day for cooking and baking!

  21. These look delish! So simple, yet delish and messy! The messier the better!

  22. A Thought For Food says:

    Another great post, Dennis! While i'm not a meat eater and i won't be chowing down on wings this weekend, they still look great. And I love each of your Ask Chef Dennis posts. I'm heading over to that site right now.

    Thanks!

  23. It's about 8 a.m. Wednesday on the other half of the state, Dennis, and the ice is melting, but then snow's supposed to come on top on the ice. Yuk. Another great reason to make wings at home . . . these look wonderful, better than I've ever had out!

  24. Buffalo wings are my absolute favorite but I have never ventured to make them myself. I just didn't realize that they were so easy!

    I've been seeing a lot about food porn sites lately but have never really given them much thought. I guess its time I do. Thanks!

  25. something good says:

    WOW!!! These are too much to bear before lunch… you're killing me!!!

  26. I don't care that it's 6am and I just sat down with a cup of coffee… I want THOSE WINGS!!! YUM!! I cut up my own chicken for this first time this year to make wings…it was way easier then I thought it would be!

  27. Stephanie says:

    Gosh, you got me craving a messy basket of wings on this early, cold winter's day! I love wings, too. But, I've never truly made my own. Hubby and I are regulars @ Buffalo Wild Wings. I love that place. :-p

  28. Fabulous photo!!

  29. Hi Chef! I've made these wings but never added the honey. Definately going to try this one. They look great!

  30. yep, that is a good recipe for wings, always enjoyed it and your dip sounds wonderful, nice and balanced

  31. Those wings are pure heaven, with wonderful sauce. Your pictures are gorgeous! I can send you some Louisiana Hot Sauce, if you want. Just let me know, we can get it here.

    I found a post from The Baking Barrister, who is is a lawyer, and has a very timely post on copywrights. Check it out!

    http://www.bakingbarrister.com/2011/01/bsa-copyright-infringement-dmca.html

  32. What time is the superbowl party – lol! I don't imagine there will be a wing left in the house after you put those out. They look superior. Thanks for sharing!

  33. Brandie@thecountrycook says:

    I don't think you can ever have too many wings or too many wing recipes. It's nice to change it up every now again and try something different. Your picture of the wings is amazing and I love the blue cheese sauce!

  34. mywanderingspoon says:

    Fantastic meal,there is something about wings…the flavor and the sauce…lovely photo chef:)

  35. Michael Toa says:

    I love chicken wings and yours look so delicious. I'm afraid I have to pass the blue cheese as I am not a big fan. Just sour cream for me will be perfect. yum.

  36. Is that first photo shot on a black background or is it edited later? If the latter, how do you go about doing it?

    also – as you mentioned, getting a 99 buzz puts you "in the running"..then how is that posts that are not even on the Buzz page turn up the next day in the top9… Do you know anyone in the FB team who we can suck up to? :)

  37. Yum Dennis! I just love the look of these wings. Bring on the football game!

    Thanks for the info. on the photo site and the editing software as well. I used adobe elements and really like it. It does everything I need it to do without being so complicated that I can't figure it out.

    Stay warm and safe up there!

  38. Pretend Chef says:

    You've just tempted my Achilles Heel. Chicken wings are a favorite of mine and I can't even begin to put into words my love. I've never attempted to make my own. I am bookmarking your page and will be making these as soon as possible! Thank you for introducing me to some new food porn sites. Another winning recipe Chef Dennis! Just wanted to let you know that I am hosting a Culinary Smackdown Battle and would love for you to check it out and participate if you are interested: http://imapretendchef.blogspot.com/2011/01/culinary-smackdown-battle-hand-held.html

  39. Kate @ Diethood.com says:

    Chef, thank you for sharing these finger-licking wings .. I can't wait to serve them on Sunday!

    The storm of 2011 has hit us big time…we are all stuck at home…everything is closed. We're hoping that it will pass without any major damage.

    Stay safe and take care!

  40. Georgia (The Comfort of Cooking) says:

    I love that you added honey to the buffalo sauce, Dennis. These look absolutely mouthwatering! Thanks for sharing.

  41. Buffalo Wings are a serious favorite in my house and yours look wonderful! I never would have thought to add honey to Buffalo Sauce but I bet it's really delicious!

  42. Heavy freezing rain? That doesn't sound nice at all. Chef Dennis, I think it's about time for you to make a visit to sunny southern california! The weather here has been spectacular lately.
    But…. sad to say, we don't have those best buffalo wings that you are touting in this entry ;] Win and lose, I guess.

  43. Evan @swEEts says:

    So I'm coming over to your house for the superbowl if these wings are going to be there! They look fantastic.. I can just smell the hot sauce now! Hope the freezing rain doesn't do too much damage.. I woke up to no power or water this morning due to our freeze!

  44. Your hot-looking buffalo wings look perfect for a cold, snowy day, Dennis!

    I just love your Ask Dennis posts! Thanks for the tips about photo editing. I have used Picnik, but I'm going to check out some of your suggestions.

    Someone else asked about your black background on the buffalo wings photo. I, too, am curious about how you did that.

    Thanks for all of your helpful tips!

  45. Torviewtoronto says:

    looks perfect and delicious

  46. Foodtographer says:

    Oh Yes! Chicken wings! Reliable comfort food especially with the right sauce. BTW..Glad to see you're using Lightroom…workflow is a lot easier…CHEERS!

  47. Dionne Baldwin says:

    YAY! We love Buffalo Chicken Wings and I don't know a single person with a recipe for it. My only response has been…"Get them from Costco!" No way.

    Absolutely, positively gorgeous shot of those wings.

    I must say I appreciate you providing all of this information for us especially the Food Porn sites.

    Thanks to you and your advice January was by far the month with the most hits to my blog. In fact, I more than quadrupled the hits from my previously highest month. (Say that five times fast.)

    I hope you and Mrs. Littely are staying warm! I think we are the only place in the US that is not being hit with a storm right now. :(

  48. Your chicken wings comes under my category of "worth the calories." And will be made for the family (so I don't eat them all). I always appreciate your insights into the blogging process. You do a lot of research and show care with your advice. Thank-you.

  49. Elisabeth says:

    Hi Dennis-Now that I see your post of your Buffalo wings, and the gorgeous clean-cut no-mess-no-spill photos, also loving the addition of the honey in yours, really puts my Buffalo wings to shame…sigh
    Unfortunately, when I make something, I could barely get a chance to take a photo of it, because every one wants to jump in to grab a piece or a bite, and I barely have a chance to check for mistakes on my presented dish. Here's my version, from last week, or so!

    http://foodandthriftfinds.blogspot.com/2011/01/buffalo-chicken-wings-with-blue-cheese.html

  50. Jill Colonna says:

    I just love your posts. Absolute temptation leaping through the screen with amazing photos as ever! Thanks also for sharing your wisdom on the foodbuzz and photography. I had just the same questions, so thank you!

  51. I actually don't have a wing recipe, so thanks for this!

    I use Picnik editing software and it is pretty user-friendly, still waiting till my photos are better to buy something nicer!

    Good Luck with the next storm coming!

  52. mangiabella says:

    oh Dennis I am praying for safe travels for you in this weather!! As you may well know I am a huge Steelers fan since age 10, so I'll be wearing my colors proud on Sunday…yellow n black attack! These wings looks amazing – your photos continue to rise above….bravo!

  53. Emily Malloy says:

    Hubbahubba.

    Send me some!

  54. Ma What's 4 dinner says:

    You don't have to tell me twice, I bet they are the best. I LOVE wings. I'll have to try them this weekend.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    http://www.mawhats4dinner.com

  55. I think I get more excited about the food posted because of the Super Bowl than about the game itself. I love the idea of tempering the hot sauce with a little honey. Those are some gorgeous wings, Chef.

  56. the wings look incredible…and as always, thank you for sharing your blogger knowledge!

  57. Jennifurla says:

    I have guided so many people to Flickr & Picnik, so many features for free. I use it to brighten and expose light pictures. Lovely post, I just know have started diggin on heat! These fit the bill.

  58. A little bit of everything says:

    hope my canon will work as good as yours, oh, i know, i'm dreaming :))

    i don't eat meat but those wings sure do look good.

    foodbuzz top 9 gets more confusing every day

    stay warm Chef

  59. Leslie Uhl says:

    Wow! Those wings look delicious!
    Also congratulations (again!) on being #1 and also #1 on the new Foodbuzz Channels!
    Well- I think I need to get some dinner now!
    Stay warm and safe!
    Leslie

  60. Gourmet Gadget Gal says:

    Well, you need some heat to survive with all that weather up there! I am all about spicy chicken wings too. If you ever visit Nashville Tennessee you should try the regional speciality of "Hot Chicken". It is totally different that hot wings but if you like it spicy it is really delicious!

  61. Dennis, I can't wait to taste your buffalo wing recipe.

    Thanks for the photo editing links.

    Have a marvelous week :)

  62. Awesome wings – love the addition of honey because I love a hint of sweet in my palate burning fare.

    On another note..Foodbuzz has kind of ticked me off. My latest posts on the site still date back two years ago, can't upload photos to my profile, and my widget rarely changes, not to mention this new Buzz channel doesn't pick up my posts either, even with the suggested tags. Contacted them and never receive follow up responses. Annoying.

  63. Christina says:

    What a great wings recipe! They're always great for game day! I use Photo Shop Elements for my photo editing, but LOVE Picnik when I'm in a hurry or have a LOT of photos to edit. Thanks for your continued inspiration!

  64. Hyosun Ro says:

    These look so good! My mouth is watering. The sauce and dressing all sound really good.

  65. Beautiful photo!!! I can't stop looking..I have to go back and look some more:)) great recipe, will try it!!!
    Thank for sharing!

  66. Chef Dennis, don't I feel like the tool while reading this post because as much as I cook for the parties around here, I have never made wings (so no go to recipe). Someday Ill have to give it a try since I do love to eat them! I have to say though, your photos for these look perfect! :)

  67. My mouth literally started to water as soon as I looked at your wings photo. Wings have a habit of doing that! Now that I've seen these I have to have them–and they better be half as good as yours look!

  68. bunkycooks says:

    Hi Chef,

    I am glad I am in the South this Winter. Although it has not been typical, at least it has been tolerable. I feel so bad for you all up North!

    If I were hosting a party for the Super Bowl I would certainly try your wing recipe. We have a yearly event that takes me away from the kitchen for the day, so I won't complain!

    Stay warm!!!

    Gwen

  69. Treat and Trick says:

    Irresistible! Thanks for the recipe and blogging tips Dennis. Have a nice day!

  70. I am not a big wings fan but my family is and your recipe looks so full of flavor that i am sure they would be left licking their fingers and asking for more. Looking forward to making these on superbowl day :D

    Thanks again for your "ask chef dennis" section. I always learn something new.

  71. lostpastremembered says:

    Well,I don't think I've ever seen them so juicy and full of sauce… positively sexy wings, if you ask me. I have never thought of adding sweetness so the honey addition is new to me… a great way to go from tangy to sweet and sour. Thanks for the great recipe!

  72. 5 Star Foodie says:

    Those buffalo chicken wings look fabulous for sure! Awesome photos too!

  73. briarrose says:

    Wow these look incredible. That sauce is so inviting.

  74. Oh, Dennis, I heard about that strange snow/ice with thunder. That just sounds freaky (yikes!). Either way, these look like a wing lover's dream. Buzzed;-)

  75. A SPICY PERSPECTIVE says:

    Luckily the storm has skipped NC this time…Whew!

    As for the wings, I thought you must be pretty sure of them to title your post as you did. They look sensational and I had to laugh at the crazy amount of butter in the sauce. No wonder they are so good!

  76. The Mom Chef says:

    Hello Friend Chef! These wings look fantastic. I always am bummed when people cut of that little tip because it's a piece of crunchy deliciousness and my favorite part. So, when I come to help cheer on the Steelers, please leave the tips on for me? :)

  77. Yum! I love chicken wings and I love Frank's! This is definitely a touchdown my good sir.

  78. Spicie Foodie says:

    Oh I must, must try your Buffalo Wings recipe. I've been craving them so bad lately, so you've come to the rescue. I'll be back to let you know :)

    I think it's great for you to recommend PS Elements or equivalent software. The Adobe CS programs can be intimidating for many, specially for those only looking to do minimal editing for their food blog photos.

    Great post as always! Glad to hear you didn't get the horrible snow storm.

  79. My Man's Belly says:

    Dennis these wings look so good I swore I saw that sauce drip down my screen. Beautiful photo.

    Learned something too…never knew the bones turned black on frozen wings (haven't ever used them frozen before)

  80. I enjoy wings…but I've never ever made them at home. Now I have a trusty recipe to turn to! I love how bright they looked on the plate. The sauce sounds AMAZING. I hope you and your sweetheart are staying safe and warm. We have been freezing here in Texas! Much love, sweet friend!

  81. Congrats on your well-deserved spot in the Top 9 today! Your chicken wings are gorgeous!

  82. Eliotseats says:

    Congrats on the Top 9! Beautiful pic!

  83. Cake Duchess says:

    What a gorgeous shot of my favorite comfort dinner…buffalo wings! Congrats on Top 9! I can't wait to try your recipe…mmmm!! Hope you are doing ok in that terrible weather Chef.

  84. Lisa @ Tarte du Jour says:

    Wow…. my forehead hit my monitor trying to get closer to these delectable looking wings! Well done on the top 9!

  85. Okay, these wings definitely have me just drooling! I want some right now!

  86. Kim - Liv Life says:

    Another wonderful post Dennis!! You are so full of information, and I so appreciate you sharing.
    WOW! On the wings! And I'm not even a wing fan. We have about 50 people coming on Sunday for Super Bowl, it's an annual event and will be fun… I wish you were coming and bringing these!!
    On our blog I had people respond what was their favorite Super Bowl food and wings was the hands down winner. Congrats on the Top 9!!

  87. Thank you for the tips.

    I love to use Louisianna's sauce, I didn't find it at any store a few months ago but now.. I found it again at the supermarket!

    Hi from Monterrey, Mexico

  88. I blame busy-ness for taking so long to get here this week. I'm kicking myself because I almost missed out on one of my favorite appetizers! Can't stop the drooling here! I'm a purist when it comes to buffalo wings and it doesn't get better than the way you prepared it. Your suggestion about using fresh wings is duly noted–I think I've only ever used frozen. Thanks for the tip. Have a great weekend, my friend!

  89. cheryl@pictureperfectmeals.com says:

    My compliments! These are going to be fantastic! I hope you luck out and get rain again this time. We dodged the ice bullet again…. I don't know how long our luck will last!

  90. Mateja ^_^ says:

    Congrats on Top 9 featuring! Delicious wings and mouthwatering photos! Thank you for sharing :)

  91. cheryl@pictureperfectmeals.com says:

    Congrats on the Top 9! Again! Great recipe! I always look forward to your posts!

  92. Lori Lynn says:

    Hi Chef – good advice, and I am off to check out those sites you mention.
    YAY for your Top 9!
    LL

  93. Veronique says:

    Do you fold the second half of the blue cheese in the finished dip? Sounds super!

  94. Hi chef:
    You grab my appetite just by looking at these wings!
    Thanks for the tips on Foodbuzz and photo editors will check on them for sure.

  95. Tanantha @ I Just Love My Apron says:

    this fish is perfect for the superbowl tomorrow! I'm gald my friend is making some and i will be gobbling tomorrow! perhaps i should send this to my friend just in time before she's making :)

  96. I am super psyched to be making these wings today and posted a link to them on my blog! Thanks!

  97. What gorgeous pictures of those wings. It's like I could reach in and pick one off the plate.

  98. denise @ bread expectations says:

    Hi Dennis :)

    You know, I'm not sure that heavy freezing rain is better than snow, eve a foot of it :P

    These wings are gorgeous! I really, really want a plate!

    Great tips as always – LOVE Tastestoping LOL Thanks for sharing!

  99. Used this recipe for Superbowl – may I just say they turned out fabulous!

    Followed it to a T – including looking for fresh chicken wings :)

  100. Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook says:

    They look fantastic! I love wings saucy and the addition of honey is a sweet surprise!

  101. I love the recipe….looks fabulous!

    More than that I really loved your tips at the end! Thanks so much!!

  102. The Buffalo sauce looks divine Chef. Nice thick, coating the chicken evenly. That whould be perfect for the next UEFA cup. =D

    Not sure if I get such a basic hot buffalo sauce here. There must be a way to make this from scratch, no?

    • you can just use any hot sauce available, I use Franks because it has a little more flavor than straight hot sauce, but the whole trick in keeping looking good is not to let it get too hot (temperature wise) that’s what makes it break and look all greasy.

  103. mochamadness says:

    FAB-U-LOUS WINGS! Gotta make these ASAP! Yours look so delicious that I could eat ‘em through the screen..lol

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