Pain Is Good #37 Garlic Hot Sauce. If you love garlic and enjoy spicy hot wings, then you need to give this recipe a try!
12 to 16 raw chicken wings
1 stick of unsalted butter
1 tsp cayenne pepper
4 tsp Pain Is Good Batch #37 Garlic Hot Sauce
1 tsp salt (you can omit if on a low-sodium diet. Kosher salt is best if you use salt)
Place your top oven rack so that it is 3 to 4 inches below the broiler, and preheat your broiler. While the broiler is pre-heating, melt the butter in a small pan on your stove. Stir in the cayenne and hot sauce, and salt if using. Place the chicken wings on a broiler pan or baking sheet and brush them with the melted butter mixture. Place the pan or sheet on the rack so that the wings are about 3 inchels below the broiler heat, and broil for 8 minutes. Carefully turn the wings over, brush them again with the butter mixture, and broil for 4 more minutes or until cooked through. Discard any leftover butter mixture that came in contact with the raw chicken or the brush. Serve the wings with the traditional Buffalo wing garnishes of celery and carrot sticks, and blue cheese or ranch dressing for dipping.
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