• Baked Hot Wings

    Hot Wings

    I call these hot wings, however many call them Buffalo wings because they were invented in Buffalo, New York.

    Hot Wings

    I didn’t separate the wingettes and drummettes here, but it’s easy to do so yourself with kitchen shears, or ask the butcher to do it.

    I had no idea hot wings were so easy to make, and for some reason they remind me of party food. Maybe because they’re finger food, and they have a kick to them. In any case, no need to have an excuse, like a football game, to make these.

    I’ve followed tradition and prepared them with a creamy dressing, and sliced carrots and celery.

    After I landed a dairy-free ranch dressing I wanted to use it in other recipes, including this one. I used the ranch dressing straight up, but you can add blue cheese to it if you prefer.

    As for getting the wings crunchy without deep frying them, again, it’s easier than I thought. And read the head notes for another trick.

    Hot Wings

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