I love hot wings…ever since I got the notion of doing my own I have been experimenting with all types….This one has multiple levels of heat that you can add depending on hot you want hot….

25 Chicken Wings (Either pre-fried at places like WingStop or deep fried at home)

1 – Bottle Frank’s Red Hot Sauce (this is the base)
1/2 Stick of Butter (Use real butter, it stiffens up the sauce)
1/4 Tbsp Garlic Powder
1/4 Tbsp Salt
1/4 Tbsp Course Black Pepper
1/4 Tbsp Fine White Pepper
1 Tbsp Fresh Lemon Juice

Add all ingredients together in a large pot, bring to a slow boil and stir.

The various levels of heat depend on the amount and type of chili peppers you use.

Mild – Leave as is.

Hot – Added to ingredients:

1 Tbsp Tabasco Sauce
1/4 Tbsp Crushed Red Chile Peppers


Hotter – Added to above ingredients:

1/4 Tbsp Ground Serrano Peppers
1/4 Tbsp Garlic Powder
1/4 Tbsp De Arbol Powder
1/4 Tbsp Cayenne Powder

Even Hotter – Added to above ingredients:

1/4 Tbsp Ground Piquin Chili
1/4 Tbsp Ground Birds Eye
1/4 Tbsp Ground Tepin
1/2 Stick Butter

Hotter Still – Added to above ingredients:

1/4 Tbsp Fresh Ground Orange Habanero

Hottest: ( I have yet to get to eat more than one or two from this recipe)

1/4 Tbsp Fresh Ground Red Savina Habanero

Once you have all the heat you want added…Place hot, fresh wings in the pot with the sauce and let come to a boil. If find that you do not have enough liquid add more Franks Red Hot.

You can after you have boiled them put them on a cookie sheet and bake them for 20 minutes at 350 degrees (you may want to clear the house for this)

I boil the wings in the sauce because it allows the juices and the heat to get into the very flesh of the wing rather than just a coating on the outside.

Serve with Ranch or Blue Cheese, and Celery Stalks.

If you find the heat really hot be sure to drink milk not water.

Good luck….

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