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Wing It!

There is nothing like a real batch of Buffalo Wings. Take chicken wings, section them, put on a lightly oiled oven tray and slide into a pre heated 375 degree convection oven. Flip after 25 minutes. 30 minutes later, take out and put into an oven safe bowl. Drench with Frank’s Red Hot (or Crystal if you can’t find the real Red Hot). Put back in the oven for 5 minutes. Remove. Eat.

Unfortunately, there are two problems with this recipe when it comes to Germany. First, you can’t easily get chicken wings. Second, you can’t get any hot sauces aside from Tabasco – which just doesn’t work for Buffalo Wings.

However, since the local Stüssgen market has chicken wings available, we decided to make the closest thing to real Buffalo Wings that you can get in Germany.

Cook the wings the same way as above, but instead use this sauce:

Butter (a couple big knobs of it)
Sriracha Hot Sauce
5-10 shots of Tabasco
A couple of grinds of black pepper

Cook over low heat until the butter melts and the sauce combines.

How much butter? Enough to make a sauce that will coat the wings. How much Sriracha? Enough to get a nice orange color. How much Tabasco? Enough so your mouth burns 🙂

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