Submitted by The Wizard of Ahhhs
|4 or 5 lb. bag of wings, defrosted||1 qt buttermilk|
|Oil for deep frying||Flour for dredging|
|1 12oz. bottle of your favorite hot sauce||1 stick unsalted butter|
|1 clove garlic, chopped||½ tsp dry mustard|
|dash of Worcestershire sauce|
- Defrost wings & soak them in buttermilk overnight.
- Dredge wings in the flour then deep fry them in the oil. Make sure your oil is hot enough before frying, at least 325°F.
- In a saucepan, melt the butter & add the garlic, dry mustard, & Worcestershire. Heat until the garlic starts to cook slightly, then add the hot sauce & bring to a boil.
- Once the sauce boils for a minute or so you can turn it off; it’s done.
- When all the wings are done, toss them in the sauce & serve with Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing & some celery & enjoy.
Chef’s Note: Most people use Franks, I do not. The salt content is too high, there are other brands out there that are less salty, like Texas Pete’s, & are just as good. Look at the label: if the sodium RDA is less than 10% (which is what Frank’s is) then try it. If you do use Franks, be sure to use unsalted butter to cut the saltiness down.