Phoenix Hot Wings

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I am a huge fan of Frank’s red hot cayenne pepper sauce.  Here are a couple of other hot wing sauces for an occasional change.  Credits have been given where available.

Chef Lee Hillson

This is a substitute presented by Chef Lee Hillson of The Phoenician Resort and Spa here in Phoenix on (I think) Your Life AZ

  • Toss raw chicken wings in a bag with cumin, coriander, garlic powder, salt, pepper,
  • Sear wings in a large skillet with EVOO
  • Set aside into large metal mixing bowl when seared
  • Melt one entire stick of butter
  • Add to butter
    . 1/4 C orange juice
    . Juice and zest from one lime
    . 2 TBL honey
    . 1/4 C Sriracha hot sauce
  • Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer
    . Add 1 TBL corn starch or Arrowroot slurry
  • Pour some sauce over wings then toss to coat
  • Bake at 400° for 25 minutes
  • Remove wings then toss again to coat
  • Sprinkle with parsley or cilantro

Molly Butler’s Chef – Greer, AZ

  • Mix the following to make your hot sauce (Measurements have been scaled to 20 hot wings)
    – 3 TBL Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
    – 1 TBL Red Devil Hot Sauce
    – 1 TBL local honey
    – 1 TBL melted butter
    – 1/2 tsp ground cayenne pepper
    – 1/2 tsp sea salt

Grandpa’s Hot Wing Sauce

 

  • Bake wings for 50 minutes at 350º or fry in 365º oil for 10 minutes
  • Mix the following to make your hot sauce (Measurements have been scaled to 20 hot wings)
    – 3 TBL Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
    – 1 TBL Jalapeño Chili Sauce
    – 1 TBL melted butter
    – 1/2 tsp sea salt

 

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