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Try "Hey Deez "R" HOTwings" Recipe for Your Next Party

Updated on August 3, 2012

Tasty, Delicious and Healthy

You are hungry for a snack, but do not want the muss and fuss. Simple enough. Very understandable. You are not alone. Many people today are way too busy to just "drop what they are doing," to prepare a snack that is both healthy and super-delicious.

This snack that I am presenting is so versatile that you can enjoy it alone, with family, or friends at any party, outing and most social events. It is that easy to do. You could say that this snack, which is a personal favorite, is "tailor-made," for social events in general.

I am talking about my easy-to-prepare, "Hey-Deez "R" Hot-wings," and I know that you will fall in love with this recipe with your first bite.

Instructions for "Hey Deez "R" (Hot)wings

  1. (Start with . . . 2-3 pounds of Tyson wing sections found in most supermarkets
  2. Have your canola oil, at a boil at 275-300 degrees. Drop wings in the hot oil. Be careful. Take wings out when they turn a golden brown.
  3. Serve with this special hotwing sauce that has been pre-mixed. 1 cup of honey 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 1/2 cup of thick tomato sauce 2 tablespoons of low-calorie margarine blend in "Frank's Insanity" hotwing sauce or if you prefer a warm hotwing sauce without sacrificing the taste, use "Frank's Hotwing Sauce." Either will be perfect.
  4. Clean-up is a snap. Oil can be stored in a sealed, plastic container and can be used up to three times.
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Cook Time

Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 2 hours
Yields: (per five pound bag of wings) eight to ten wings.

Make your next party a super-event by serving "Hey-Deez "R" Hot-wings," and your guests will be begging for this recipe as you are busy taking bows for serving such an easy and wonderfully-delicious party food.

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    • picklesandrufus profile image

      picklesandrufus 5 years ago from Virginia Beach, Va

      they look absolutely delicious! I never would have considered a little cinnamon, but I can see how it would work! Yum!!

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      Kenneth Avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      picklesandrufus,

      thank you kindly for your input. I am not an expert at many things in life, but hotwings, I pride myself on making tasty, hot or mild wings that will please the most-discerning critic.

      My buddies and I back in 2000-2002, got together regularly for a wing-fest and with some HOTTTT wings, let me tell you. But NO BEER. We only had iced sweet tea. Had the BEST times. I miss that.

      Thanks so much for this and all of your kind remarks. Hope you and yours have a safe and happy memorial day.

      Kenneth

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      catgypsy 4 years ago from the South

      These sound great...I have to try them!

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      Kenneth Avery 4 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      catgypsy, thank you so much for your comment. This hub is entered into the Hubs Recipe Contest. YOU need to check it out. Follow instructions and Im sure you have a favorite recipe that you can share.

      They are giving away cash for winning recipes.

      I am pulling for YOU, Dear Friend!

      Say hi to Foxy and Heidi for me.

      Love you all,

      Kenneth And Festus.

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      wynnestudios 4 years ago from Phoenix, AZ

      I almost reached through my computer screen to grab those hot wings. These sound awesome. Thanks for sharing Kenneth.

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      Kenneth Avery 4 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hello, wynnestudios,

      Thank YOU kindly. I appreciate your comment. If I had a choice in what my wife and I eat in what is partly my house, I would love hotwings 3 times a day. And use various hot sauce recipes. Im getting hungry even as I speak.

      Thanks again and let me know if YOU got any wings.

      Kenneth

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      wynnestudios 4 years ago from Phoenix, AZ

      Well Kenneth, my wife put a kibosh on me buying a deep fryer because "it's bad for me" of course I could still make the wings like you have pointed out. I do miss my fryer though. :o(

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      Kenneth Avery 4 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Great news, wynne! Did you know that you can BAKE hotwings? Yes. Tried them not long ago. Not as greasy but still hot. Try them that way. I had rather suffer starvation myself than to see a fellow hubber, and ONE OF MY CHERISHED FOLLOWERS, go without. Im serious.

      Kenneth

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      wynnestudios 4 years ago from Phoenix, AZ

      Yeah, I haven't tried baking. Are they still pretty good? I have to do something soon because I am going through withdrawals.

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      Kenneth Avery 4 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      wynne, yes, they are good baked also. You can still use the hot sauce per mixing recipe or your own. Either way, your stomach will thank you.

      Kenneth

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