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Ouch! Wow! Shut the front door and fall in love with these wings. The flavors are just out of this world. Everyone was just fighting over them, once they tried them. I also used this sauce for jumbo tiger shrimp. I put all of the sauce ingredients in a large sauté skillet and added the shrimp, cooked them just before they were cooked through, Removed them to a serving plate and covered them with foil and allowed them to finish cooking,they were tender and juicy . The chicken wings were to die for, but the shrimp was heavenly. This sauce not to mention the seasoning has such possibilities. I'm going to experiment with baby back ribs and scallops, . Thank you Missykrissy66 for an awesome recipe. If you haven't tried this recipe yet, I highly suggest you do, you won't be disappointed.
Hands down, the best chicken wings you'll ever eat. I roasted instead of frying - believe me, the 12 tbsp of butter makes them just as crispy as frying! I made these for a Super Bowl party last year, and our guests skipped the plates and bellied right up to the platter! Thanks for posting.
Spicy! Made as directed. Thank you for the recipe.
In a word, these are FANTASTIC! Easy to make, but with a complex layered flavor that you won't find in traditional wings. The only change I made was that I didn't fry these. I roasted them for about 80 minutes and they turned out awesome (just watch them to make sure they don't get too dry). If you've never tried sriacha, try it! It's not as hot as tobasco and the flavor is a different type of heat. I am seriously hooked on this hot sauce and when it's combined with the flavors of lime and cilantro, it's out of this world.
Made this yesterday for a Superbowl party. It was a huge hit. The complexity of the sauce is fantastic. Wings were even better cold/reheated later. You definitely do not need any ranch or anything like that for these wings they do great by themselves and extra sauces will probably just ruin them.