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I thought I was going to get bored with this challenge of doing a different wing each week but it has been so fun! Everyday I’m thinking about how I can come up with something cool to share with you guys that you’re going to love. Dawn and I have been sharing some pretty amazing recipes and whether you need a great wing to watch the game with or a quick delicious wing for a weeknight dinner. We’ve been giving you everything AND the kitchen sink. 😉
If you’re joining us for the first time, here’s the goodness you’ve missed:
Crispy Baked Buffalo Wings
Hot Lemon Pepper Wings, Restaurant Style
Peach Barbecue Wings
Sweet Chili-Garlic Wings
Honey-Teriyaki Boneless Wings
Buttery Garlic Parmesan Wings
Crispy Old Bay Wings
Today, I’m sharing a traditional hot wing with a garlicky twist. I realize that everyone isn’t adventurous when it comes to their food, and even sometimes those that are still want something that’s familiar. So if you like traditional buffalo wings, but have never made them at home, you will love this recipe and you’ll feel like you ordered takeout or grabbed a plate at your favorite sports bar. Grab a bottl of your favorite hot wing sauce and let’s go! I use Louisiana Wing Sauce, this is not a sponsored post, I am not being compensated in any way to say that. It is just dang delicious! The best bottle sauce I’ve ever tried.
Buffalo Garlic Chicken Wings
4lbs. Chicken Wings
Oil, for frying
2t. Jarred Minced Garlic
2 T. Lawry’s Garlic Powder Seasoning
1c. Louisiana Hot Wing Sauce (depending on how saucy you like it)
Melted Butter, to taste
In a large bowl, mix sauce, minced garlic and melted butter until combined. Add butter until you reach the desired heat level. While the wings are still hot,season them with garlic powder and toss in sauce until evenly coated and serve.
Do you like to play it safe when it comes to the foods you like, or will you branch out and try something new?