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Dec 21, 2012

Hot Wings

All the sweet tea to whoever knows the song but just know we're out of lemon juice so you'll have to drink your sweet tea plain! "State champs white and blue,  yeah I  remember you. Sure had a hell of a view from way up there."

Day 7 of the 12 Days of Recipes

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? Sorry, I couldn’t resist.  If you didn’t know, football is a religion in the South. Come to TEXAS and you’ll see firsthand that ‘round here football is king. Yes, the town of Allen TX,  about 40 minutes from my house, built a 60 million dollar stadium for the high school students to play in every Friday night. Here's a simple recipe for your Super Bowl or playoff watchin' parties. 

  • Chicken Winglests( 2 small packages)
  • 16 Butter ( 2 sticks)
  • Oil
  • Paprika
  • Louisiana Hot Wing Sauce
  • Tony Characera’s
  • Lemon Pepper
  • Black Pepper
  • Salt
  • Garlic Salt/Garlicb Powder (whichever you perfer)
  1. Use the Salt, Pepper, Tony Cha cha’s and Paprika to make the seasoning for the wings. About 2 tablespoons of the salt and Tony cha cha’s and 4 tablespoons of the Paprika and Pepper.
  2. Now you’re ready to coat the chicken. Season those bad boys good, y’all.

  1. Heat a skillet with oil, about 4 quarts.
  2. Now dip the winglets in a few at a time and cook them until they are done. The secret is not to add flour to the wings.
  3. When the wings are done, remove them from the hot grease and let them dry on a paper towl. After they are dry seperate them by how many you would like for each sauce you are to make.

Now to make the sauces. With most of the sauces posted, the key is even proportions.


Mix 4 tablespoons of butter (half a stick) with 4 table spoons of the Louisiana hot wing sauce. Coat the wings and there y’all go.

Mix 4 tablespoons of butter (half a stick) with 4 table spoons of the Louisiana hot wing sauce. Coat the wings and there y’all go.

Lemon Pepper

Now this is my personal favorite. Mix 4 tablespoons of butter with 4 tablespoons of lemon pepper seasoning. Or if you’re like me, just keep adding the lemon pepper.
May the football gracious Jesus bless you during the NFL Playoffs on College Bowl Games. Y’all enjoy. 
As always,
From my kitchen to yours...

1 comment

  1. Thanks so much for linking up!! These all sound great. I think the lemon pepper one would be the one I'd like to try. Yum!


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