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Kicked off a Zaar meal with this appetizer. I used Frank's brand hot sauce and the sauce was great- though I might try adding a bit more vinegar next time and maybe a pinch of cayenne, but that's just a personal taste thing (love that kick). I also had heard that you could just bake the chicken wings in the sauce and they would be lower in fat and just as good that way.... WRONG! I went back and ended up frying them all- much better. Everyone loved 'em- I'll definately be making these again. And for buffalo wings addicts like us- that's high praise. ;-)

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BothFex December 13, 2002

Awesome wings! I too, used Frank's sauce, which was good. Great garlic flavor, and the vinegar was right on. I cooked the wings in the sauce, let them simmer for about 15 minutes on low. If you like them really spicy, you'll need to kick them up a bit, as is, the flavor is fantastic, but they don't pack a lot of heat. These are going to be a regular feature at our house! Thanks tt! :)

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canarygirl January 24, 2003

Made these this weekend, who knew they would be devoured so quickly? I will have to double the recipe next time. It had just the right amt of vinegar. Instead of pouring the mixture over the wings, I put the wings into the saucepan and let the sauce cook into them a bit then placed them on a plate to serve. I loved the crispiness most of all. I wish I never found these, they will be the downfall of my New Year's resolution LOL

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J e l i s a December 22, 2002

Delicious wings! I made these with Frank's and added about 4 drops of Tabasco. I served with blue cheese and ranch for dipping. The guys gave these a thumbs up -- thanks for sharing!

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Denise! February 19, 2004

I have been using this recipe for years now and I forgot to review it. Sorry! These wings are awesome!!! They are nice and simple--everything a buffalo wing should be. I don't like the other recipes that have a ton of spices which give the wings an overpowering flavor. I used the Wal-Mart brand of Frank's Red Hot sauce this last time, and it tastes just as good as the real stuff. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

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Mrs_Rodz February 10, 2012

Just what I was looking for, easy and delicious, you can add tabasco and make it hotter if you choose, but it's great as is, everyone really enjoyed it - Thank you

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Jewel26 October 01, 2008

Great wing sauce and so easy! Loved the bit of tang from the vinegar. It's a keeper for us, thanks taylortwo.

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Miss Annie in Indy January 11, 2008

WOW! This is not just "another buffalo wings recipe" this is THE buffalo wings recipe! I was looking for a good recipe to make wings for DH's Super Bowl party next weekend and decided to try them out first. I could not get enough of them! I added a little more vinegar to the sauce and they were amazing. Exactly like the wings from my favorite place back home which I haven't had in almost 10 years, now I can have them all the time! :) Thank you so much for posting this awesome recipe, I will be making again and again.

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KLBoyle January 27, 2007

Wonderful! Now I can't make them if I don't fry them. They just aren't the same! I threw our favorite BBQ sauce on for the kids, then baked them for 10 min. in the oven to make them nice and coated.. WOW!! This one goes in with my favorites.

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Trennarene May 04, 2006

This was so good and surprisingly easy. Instead of deep-frying the wings I coated them with flour, salt, pepper, a little bit of cayenne powder and garlic powder and baked them on a cookie sheet at 400 degrees for an hour then moved them to a deeper dish, mixed them with the prepared sauce, and baked them for an additional 10 minutes. Will be making these again, and will make sure I have extra napkins as they are tasty but messy.

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BJ from BC March 27, 2006
Another Buffalo Wings Recipe