Ol’ Fashioned Buffalo Wings

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Nothing beats the classics.  Classic books, classic movies, and classic recipes.

Nowadays there are so many variations on chicken wings, it’d be impossible to count.

And so many of them are wonderful!  Honey-Sriracha, Asian inspired, ranch flavored, BBQ, fried, cola, etc.

But everyone needs to have the classic recipe in their arsenal.

This one’s for your collection of go-to’s…

Let the savory adventure begin!

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Start with 1 stick, 1/2 cup, of butter

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melted.

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Break out the hot sauce.  This is the one you want.  This is what creates the classic.  Remember, you can experiment with different ingredients later, but, today, we make the ol’ fashioned kind of wings.  Get yourself a bottle of Frank’s.

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Find a giant tupperware bowl with a lid.

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Add 12-15 chicken wings.  Drizzle all the melted butter all over them.

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Drizzle half the bottle of Frank’s over them.

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Put the lid on.  Shake, shake shake!

These are spectacular if you have the time to put them in the fridge at this stage for up to 4 hours.

Still unbelievable if you don’t have any time to let them chill out…

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See all the clumps of orange butter everywhere?  That’s good.  That’s real good.  That’s exactly what you want…

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Place them on a baking sheet and pop into a preheated oven, at 375 degrees, for 20 minutes.

Turn the wings and bake for another 20 minutes.

Turn on the broiler.  Broil for 3 minutes on one side, till crispy.  Flip the wings.  Broil 3 minutes on the other side, till crispy.

Serve with celery, blue cheese and/or ranch dressings.

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Enjoy SuperBowl 50 with the true MVP, Buffalo Chicken Wings!

Bon Appétit, Ma Chérie!

 

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