Buffalo Wing Sauce
This Buffalo Wing Sauce is as good as any I have ever tasted from a restaurant or from the grocery store. It is so simple to make and it only takes about a minute to cook. There are six ingredients in this sauce and it’s everything I always have in my kitchen.
In a medium bowl combine all of
the ingredients except the chicken.
Microwave on high for 1-2 minutes
or until the butter melts then stir.
Bake the chicken wings according to the
package directions. Place the wings into a
large bowl and poor the sauce on top.
Toss wings to coat with the sauce.
Place wings on a plate and serve
with celery and ranch dressing.
Buffalo Wing Sauce
- 3 pounds chicken wings
- 2/3 cup Franks Hot Sauce
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 & 1/2 Tbsp. white vinegar
- 1/4 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4 tsp ground cayenne pepper
- 1/8 tsp garlic powder
- Cook chicken wings according to the package directions then place them into a large bowl.
- In a small bowl combine the remaining ingredients.
- Microwave the sauce for 1-2 minutes until the butter melts then stir.
- Pour sauce over the wings and toss coating all sides of the wings.
- Serve with celery and ranch dressing, optional.
Categories: Chicken, Sauces, Snacks/Appetizers
I live in the Buffalo area…this seems like how we do it. You definitely need Frank’s.
I read that Buffalo Wings got the name because a bar owner in Buffalo, NY discovered them and a sauce so he called them Buffalo Wings.
Probably, but I can say I’ve had wings from there and there are other places that make way better wings!
Who doesn’t love a good buffalo wing? Thank you for sharing it’s been a while since I’ve seen a wing recipe!
No Franks hot sauce but Sir Kevins hot sauce is so hot no one but me can eat it. so drop on that recipe will do the trick without pain. I but my hot sauce in breakfast baked beans on toast ,lovely stuff.Ginger and chili manly stuff.Scotch Bonnets I cant live without. Cheese and anything goes well as condiment but not all see it as I do. Indian food British style I adore.
Hahaha so do you make everyone else a milder version? Great way to have it all to yourself…lol
Buffalo wings sound so goood!
Thank you they are one of my favorites!
Yum! Been away from blogging for a while and now catching up on your awesome recipes!
Thanks! I hope your time away has been fun! Welcome back!
It looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!
It’s our favorite recipe! Thanks for stopping by. 😊
Thank you! I’ve been obsessed with buffalo cauliflower bites lately:)
Oh my goodness that sounds amazing! Do you cook them or eat the cauliflower raw?
I batter it in rice flour and bake it and then toss it with the buffalo sauce
I have never used rice flour. May have to give it a try!
Oh I like rice flour for cooking as it’s light and doesn’t have much taste
I enjoy hot wings. Thanks for sharing.
You are very welcome! I hope you get a chance to try this.
Can’t go wrong with wings! Lol Thanks for visiting!
This looks amazing, can’t wait to try it 🙂
Thank you and enjoy!!!
Your blog is like having a chef who is willing to share all of their great recipes!! This is working for me!
Wow that is one of the nicest things ever said about my blog! I never understood why people wouldn’t share a recipe. Thank you so much! ❤
Thank you so much! You should give it a try it is so simple! (That is if you like hot stuff.)
Looks super simple but delicious!! I haven’t made chicken wings in a very long time!
It really is, give it a try then add your own twist! Thanks a lot Tony!
You know I like to put a twist on everything lol
M-m-m-m….this one looks so good!
My husband found this one and made it for himself while I took my client out to eat. He couldn’t stop talking about it so I pouted and said it would sure be nice to have on my blog….hahahaha It worked and he bought more wings and made them for us for supper. Yes I’m spoiled. Thanks Valerie!
I love it when we get our ideas from someone close to us…it makes the post so much more meaningful!
Hubby would love these! 🙂
My hubby really did! Give them a try they are so easy!
You are a trooper Diane, slaving over a hot oven, in this horrible heat wave, and making wings. (They do look delicious BTW.)
I keep my A/C at 68 degrees. Don’t feel too bad for me…hahahaha Thanks Linda!
Wow – I have mine at 76 and switch to 75 when it is in the 90s. But I am sitting there at the table and close to the vent (I turn the deflector around so it doesn’t blow on my legs) … if I was walking around I would notice the heat more.
Yet another yummy😋…
😄😄but the name ‘buffalo’ almost kept me thinking ‘game meat’ was involved…thanks for educating me though…it awesome…
The reason they are called “Buffalo” is because the wings were created in Buffalo New York. Thank you Kelvin!
Thank you so much..I now know …