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My husband and I made this together and both loved it. We used Cholula Hot Sauce and Daniel's BBQ Sauce. The only thing we'll do differently next time is take the wings out of the sauce as soon as we've coated them. We left them in while we cooked the rest and it seemed like the sauce got oiled down and became separated. No leftovers tonight, however! Thanks for the recipe!

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GinnyP July 28, 2002

Great recipe! I served them for the Eagles/Falcons playoff game and my family loved them! I ended up having to add more hot sauce because they said they were not hot enough! I used 5 lbs. of Tyson frozen wings, so I changed the quantity of the recipe to make enough sauce. I also put them under the broiler for some extra crispness before serving. Thanks for sharing!

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Karen=^..^= January 12, 2003

These were GREAT! Makes for a very fast meal! I took the suggestion of TEC and instead frying, I baked them on a rack and they were crispy without all the grease. Thanks for posting!

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Farmhouse Junkie January 31, 2010

This is a total WOW....I can not tell you how much we loved these wings...the taste of BBQ sause was great...I used Louisiana Hot Sauce. I also used Sweet Baby Rayes BBQ sauce. The hint of the BBQ sauce was great..Thank You..Hugs

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Braunda September 01, 2007

In order to get wings with a crispy skin, and little fat bake them on a rack at 425 degrees F. The rack will allow the grease to drain off ontot the bottom sheet. If you start with frozen wings they'll take longer(50-55 minutes). Fresh or defrosted wings will cook faster(about 35 minutes). Of course your oven temperature may be different to mine... To keep the skin crispy serve with warm sauce and blue cheese on the side. As you eat dip the wings in the sauce. This is the only way I've found that keeps the skin crispy.

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TEC January 24, 2005

Super delicious. Just like restaurant wings. However, very messy and smelly to make. I tried frying them the morning of the party so my house wouldn't smell. We taste tested the wings then and thought they were delicious. They were not as good reheated in the oven later. However, we discovered that if we reheated them in the oven and then tossed them back in some new sauce on the stovetop, they were again just terrific.

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Lael Bagnall October 31, 2003

Excellent wings, Karen! I did add a dash of cayenne pepper and cracked black pepper as well. These were really crispy and didn't have a really vinegary taste as a lot of wings do. Thanks for posting!

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Denise! September 26, 2003

Great, fast recipe! My partner absolutely adored these and there was definitely no soggy skin! The sauce was a little too hot for me, but these are hot wings so that's to be expected - my partner absolutely adores spicy food, so these were more for him than me, he's been begging me to make them again!

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anniesnomsblog January 27, 2015

Easy and very tasty. Exactly what I was looking for - thanks!

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Camart June 07, 2012

Great flavor, but no where near hot enough for my crazy family.

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sprngmnsgrl July 14, 2009
Easy Hot Wings