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Excellent! I did this recipe with 3 lbs of drumettes for a football party. I doubled the flour mixture as recommended and I had enough for all the wings. I was worried they would be too spicy but they were perfect. I did fry them in a large saucepan. Next time I do these I will use the skinless boneless chicken breasts cut into 1/2 inch strips as called for only because I prefer chicken strips over wings.
Ok here's the thing: I made both a baked batch and a fried batch at the same time. Sadly the fried batch was quantum leaps ahead. They were awesome. You may read a lot of anal reviews taking great exception to the NAME of this recipe and thus giving it only ONE STAR: Frankly I couldn't care less what you call this reciope -- it rocks. All I really modified in this excellent recipe were the proportions of the ingredients. A previous review suggested using more than a cup of flour - absolutely do that! I used 2- 3 cups of flour to be sure. I tripled the spice requirements (my son threw in some red pepper flakes when I wasnt looking I found out later) and I took another reviewer's advice and cut way down on the milk-to-egg ratio: I used 3/4 cup milk to 4 eggs. I added Tapatio sauce to the egg-milk mixture before dipping. The results of the fried batch were excellent! Perfect comfort food for the football game! And...my son claims it was the red pepper flakes that did the job (...right...).
Two thumbs up on the recipe....very very yummy!!! I added some cajun spice to the batter and some tobasco to the sauce....a huge hit amongst my friends....thanks for the great recipe!!
Rating: 5 stars
Awesome recipe! The only two things I did differently (after reading many of the reviews) was doubling the dry ingredients and baking (30 minutes at 400 degrees) instead of frying. I will definitely be making these again. I can't wait to try different sauces too! My husband and I love Buffalo Wild Wings so I may buy some Mango Habanero sauce from there and make the wings at home! A recipe... just a great way to make restaurant-style wings in your own kitchen. Who doesn't love that?!
Now folks don't get your panties tied in a knot. This recipe is a 5 star one as is. I only changed it to suit my husband and me. We prefer "naked hot wings" (no breading). I didn't have veg oil so used the peanut oil I had on hand for frying the plain chicken breast strips. For the sauce I put the spices that went into the breading from the original recipe together with the hot sauce and butter before microwaving it. The blue cheese dressing was divine as is. My husband raved and raved and even asked for them the next night....which I repeated. He's worth it!! So if you prefer unbreaded naked wings this recipe works. Thanks Bettycook! PS: I'm originally from Buffalo home of hot wings.
I can't believe this turned out PERFECT! I fixed it two times before I rated it. I wanted to make sure I didn't under or over rated. It's a five star & a KEEPER!! Everybody likes it in this household. The first time I made it I put the butter/Lousiana Wing Sauce on it. The kids liked it but it was alittle to spicy for them. They liked it better when they can dip it in the sauce. I also added honey mustard BBQ & ranch on the side the second time I fixed it. Very good recipe.
These were very good! I did need to use more flour than the recipe called for. Didn't have paprika on hand so I left that out. I used bottled wing sauce that I had in the fridge rather than the hot sauce and butter. Hubby says make again!
Outstanding. Make sure you double the breading and use the butter in the sauce. I made two varieties: one spun in Frank's Buffalo sauce and the other spun in Sweet Baby Ray's original BBQ sauce. Both were delicious. The BBQ variety tasted just like Buffalo Wild Wing's boneless barbecue wings. I also made quite a few so I froze leftovers without sauce. To reheat I warmed the frozen chicken in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes.