I love food and I love to cook, but sometimes, the first love takes over my second love. But not in this case.
Chef/Writer's note: I had to use the two brand names: Frank's Red Hotwing Sauce and Ranch Dressing, but only to use as in an editorial text. I am NOT endorsing the brand names or urging anyone to charge out of here to purchase the brand names. I do not want to be thought of as a traveling snake oil salesman. Thank you. Kenneth.
Unless you've lived in Antarctica for the last 10 years, then it's time you not only enjoyed the warmth of your home, but "this" food recipe that I promise, will enjoy these items so much that you may be addicted like myself.
The dish is hotwings, and it is pretty much eaten in many of the famous sports bar and grill's, but also this food was been labeled "The Football Home Party for Family and Friends." Read below and I promise that this recipe is so easy to prepare that you may set-off for a brand-new career that of a Hotwings Chef Extraordinaire.
2 to 3 lbs of Chicken Wings, mixed with Flats and Drumettes.
A bunch of celery that you can munch while eating the hotwings and watching the game on TV.
Three cups or less of White Vinegar for helping the delicious hotwing sauce for applying on the hotwings after frying.
One stick of butter that is to accompany the hotwing sauce to give it that sweet flavor.
One or two (depending on the number of guests) of Ranch Dressing.
Two or three jars of Frank's Red Hotwing Sauce.
One bottle of Frank's Insanity Sauce, but be careful. Only use a drop or three in the mixture.
Add Peanut Oil or Vegetable Oil to half-full if using a Home Fryer. If you are using a Turkey Fryer, you can add to suit the number of hotwings for your guests. Your oil temperature can be adjusted to 350 degrees, but still be careful.
While hotwings are frying, you can prepare the fresh celery, and even a few carrot sticks, to go with the Ranch Dressing portions to have ready when the hotwings have been taken from the fryer, dried off with a paper towel and then basted with your own hotwings recipe.
Fry your hotwings for around 10 or 12 minutes--until they start turning brown and floating to the top of the hot oil.
- Take the hotwings with tongs as to keep your hands safe.
- Dry the hotwings onto a paper towel or two.
- Apply the hotwing sauce.
Sauce: apply the two or three jars of Frank's Hotwing Sauce along with two or three drops of Frank's Insanity Sauce. Mix well and taste. If the sauce is too hot, then bring down the heat with a pat or two of margarine.
Eat and be prepared to fry more later before the football game ends. Perfect for halftime snacks.
Serves 5 to 8 people depending on the amount of friends and hotwings you fry.
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