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Real good but too spicy for my taste; hubby's too. Maybe next time I will use 1/2 of the hot sauce and 6 ounces of BBQ sauce. That would calm them down. Then I'm sure this would be a 5* recipe. Thanks!
I made this twice already and guys loved it. thank you for posting!!!!
Excellent recipe! My first time making hot wings. I baked my wings at 375 for 1 hour (also sprinkled with salt and pepper) until browned. I cut back on the cayenne quite a bit. The guys inhaled these!
These are awesome!! They do actually get hotter after you re-heat them!! Made them at a family gathering and everybody loved them! I had so many people request the recipe, that's how good they are!
I made these for the Superbowl. I made half this recipe and half a different one. I got rid of all my other wing recipes and am sticking with this one! It's very good and also very easy to make. Thanks!!
I've never had Applebee's Chicken Wings, so I wasn't sure what to expect. These turned out tasting like classic Buffalo Wings or Hot Wings. There is plenty of sauce and baking the sauce on at the end really gets it to stick to the wings. These are very spicy and we served the wings with Blue Cheese dressing for dipping - cuts the heat nicely. These really are restaurant quality (if not better).
Never had them at Applebee's, but sure enjoyed them at home! Great recipe! Served with cajun oven fries and cukes and tomatoes fresh from the garden to cool your mouth! Great!
Great recipe and very similar to my own. I do a blackened wing where I coat the wings with chili powder and garlic powder. I then bake them for 1hr (30mins per side) and coat the 2nd side at 30mins. I then coat them in a sauce like listed here. As for the complainers & whiners: These are Hot Wings, not chicken mcnuggets. Fix your kids some mac n' cheese!
I made them for the super bowl sunday. The sauce was super hot, I could not eat it myself although my husband didn't think they were to spicy. I baked the chicken wings in the oven and then added half the sauce to the pan about 5 minutes before the wings were done. I took them out of the oven and pour the rest of the sauce. All and all I think this is a very easy recipe although way to spicy. The kids could not enjoy them.
These were pretty good. I put the first batch i made in the oven, like this recipe calls for, but I just found that to make the wings soggy. I didn't place the wings from the other batches in the oven and they were better that way. Luckily my husband and I are fond of spicy food, as this sauce is very spicy. My husband said these wings were better than what you would get at any restaurant.