Football Snacks: Boiled & Broiled Buffalo Wings

As I wave goodbye to summer with my (slightly) tan hand, I pause briefly for a moment of reflection. This summer was filled with food and laughs, but I’m so beyond ready for Fall. Not to be all #basicbitch about it, because it has nothing to do with PSL’s and boots. It’s because I haven’t stopped sweating since June. It’s gross and I’m over it. That said I’m sure I’ll be bitching about the cold in no time. If I’m not homeostatic all the time, I’ll be complaining. What I’m trying to say is I’m pleasant to be around.

Weather irritability aside, the one thing I can always count on is Football. And most importantly, FOOTBALL FOOD. I cook a lot of it which is probably the only reason I still have friends.

WINGS. CHILI. GUAC. NACHOS. PIGS IN BLANKETS.

These are a few of my favorite things. And I’d like to share my recipe for buffalo wings.

I didn’t intend for that to rhyme but I’m glad it did. This is the first time I’ve ever released this recipe, and I’m telling you, you will thank me later. Everyone is obsessed with these wings, and it’s not that hard to see why, if you know anything about cooking. Even if you don’t, it’s still easy to see why. I think.

I use the “boil & broil” method. I know you’re probably shocked that I don’t deep fry them, but I’m telling you, this is the way to do it. It just infuses the wings with flavor from the inside out. You CAN fry them after boiling if you want though. Trust me, I’m not stopping you.

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Boil & Broil Buffalo Wings

  • 1 lb Chicken Wingettes (these are also called “party wings”, because they’re already split up)
  • 1 tbsp Cayenne pepper
  • 1 tbsp Kosher salt
  • 1 tsp Garlic powder
  • 1 tsp Chili flakes
  • 1 tsp Onion powder

Buffalo Wing Sauce

  • 1/2 cup Franks Red Hot
  • 1 stick butter

DIRECTIONS

  1. Fill a large pot halfway with tepid water. Add the spices.
  2. Add the chicken wings to the water mixture and bring to a boil. When they reach the boiling point, let boil for an additional 15-20 mins.
  3. Line a baking sheet with tin foil and spray with cooking spray. Add wings to sheet pan.
  4. Broil for 15-20 mins per side, flipping occasionally in between.
  5. While the wings are broiling, make the buffalo wing sauce. This is fairly simple. Add butter to a small saucepan. Add the Frank’s red hot. Stir until butter is melted. Done. If you like your wings spicier, add more Frank’s.
  6. When the wings are crisped and browned (and they will shrink a bit, which is what you want), put them in a large bowl and toss with the buffalo sauce.
  7. Serve with blue cheese dressing or Ranch if you’re one of those.
  8. America.

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