Scorned Woman Hot Wings

Scorned Woman Hot Wings - Hot and tasty - A kitchen workhorse and the foundation of many party Appetizers, Hors d'oeuvre, and Snacks
Rated 4.7 / 5 based on 11 reviews

Prep Time: 10 min
Total Time: 35 min
Yield: 8 Serving

Nutrition Facts:
240 calories
9 grams fat

Ingredients

2 Dozen Wings

1 bottle of Texas Pete's hot wing sauce

Scorned Woman hot sauce

1 Jalapeno pepper chopped finely

Directions

Cut 2 the wings at both joints, discard the tips. Bake in shallow pan at 450 degrees for 50 minutes. Put wings in a big tupperware bowl and liberally pour in Texas Pete's wing sauce. Cover and shake. Serve on a platter with Scorned Woman hot sauce (on the side for beginners). Hint:Have plenty of cold beer handy.

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Latest Reviews

"Very tasty, I did half the seasonings because we only had about a 2 -2.5 lb elk roast for my husband and I. Very tender and juicy, I always love the veggie flavors! I loved how the drippings were already made into a gravy. Great for Sunday dinners!" - simplydelicious

"I followed the recipe exactly-once for Christmas Day, the next time for New year's Eve. Both times it was a big hit, with people asking how I made it. I added some frozen fruit icecubes & I made sure the Golden Circle fruit juice packs & soft drink bottles were in the freezer for a while before I made them, so that they were-not frozen of course-but icy cold. There were a few slivers of ice in the fruit juice actually. Very easy to make, liked by just about everyone. Good recipe to have." - sherri3802

"Wow...This is amazing recipe. I really love it the ham, the cheese and the 'yummyness' of this picture, Its really delicious. Thanks for sharing." - anna p.

"A spicy, homemade teriyaki of soy sauce, cider vinegar, ginger and garlic enlivens chicken thighs or pieces. Easy to double for a large group." - moshasmama

"Cilantro and cayenne give this classic guacamole a tasty kick. Serve it smooth or chunky." - taliesen

"Awesome recipe! I made with 1/2 tsp ground fennel so there would be no whole seeds. Very rich and flavorful sauce." - shakahari

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