Easy, No Frying, No Pan to Clean Hot Wings!

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This is MY recipe and method for preparing hot wings for a party! Prep and clean up is a breeze! I always get RAVE reviews!

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  • add   2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • add   12 ounces Frank's red hot sauce
  • add   1/2 cup butter or margarine
  • add   2 tablespoons cajun seasoning
  • add   1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • add   5 lbs chicken wings
  • add   celery ribs (optional)
  • add   ranch dressing (optional)


  1. I buy IQF - individually quick frozen- chicken wings that come in a bag and have already been separated into two sections and tips removed.
  2. DO NOT THAW chicken.
  3. Rinse chicken in a large strainer to remove any ice crystals.
  4. Pat dry with some paper towels. They do not have to be perfectly dry- just get most of the water off.
  5. Place wings in a large disposable foil roasting pan that has been sprayed or oiled well and season with cajun seasoning and garlic powder. Toss to coat.
  6. Bake at 375°F until browned -about 30-40 minutes, using tongs flip each wing piece so that the browned side is down. Bake another 30 minutes or until chicken is browned and crispy all over.
  7. Sauce: In microwave safe bowl, combine hot sauce, butter, vinegar and more garlic powder if desired.
  8. Heat for about 2 minutes of until butter is melted and sauce is hot.
  9. To Serve: Depending on the formailty of your party- lol- if you are having hot wings it isnt too formal is it- you can serve directly from the foil pan OR place wings on a platter.
  10. I like my wings to stay crispy after they are drenched in the sauce SO I serve them with the sauce on the side and allow guests to place the wings in a bowl and add sauce as desired. Some have them swimming and others- like me- dip each wing just before it is eaten. The crispiest!

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