If you are a Wing Connoisseur like me then you can certainly appreciate and understand how critical the wing sauce is that goes on top of those delicious wings.
The sauce, afterall, is 50% of the overall equation. Stinky sauce = stinky wings.
I’ve had these Copy Cat Buffalo Wild Wing recipes in my arsenal for a while now. Are they TRUE Buffalo Wild Wing recipes? I really have no idea but what I can tell you is they are outrageously good sauces that my friends and family all love.
I know true die hard wing people will take offense when I say this, BUT, I prefer to lightly coat my wings in a mixture of flour and a little salt, pepper and garlic mixed it. Shake them off and bake them.
I know frying makes for the perfect wing, but to be honest, we could all use a little less fried foods. I have since come to LOVE baking them.
Here are a few simple tricks to get super crispy wings without the mess and calories of deep frying them:
- First the wings need to be completely thawed (if frozen) and I mean COMPLETELY thawed. Let them come to room temperature for 20 minutes and pat them dry with paper towels. You want as little moisture as possible.
- Try putting the wings on a wire rack as they are baking. The circulation of air will help the wing so it can crisp up on all sides.
- Or you can line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray it will a little oil so the wings don’t stick.
Why deep fry something when baking it and slathering it in hot sauce is just as good?
So here are Buffalo Wild Wing CopyCat recipes from mild to blazing hot for you to enjoy:
Recipe Source: Buffalo Wild Wings