It's the BIG GAME weekend and no game is complete without HOT WINGS...yes...all caps because they are delicious on game day ... here are a few recipe's to spice up your game day

If you have never made classic Buffalo-style wings at home, don’t let the recipe scare you — yes, the sauce is ½ butter. That’s not a mistake. Now you know why you can’t eat just one!

When purchasing wings, there are fresh and frozen. What you never need to look for are breaded wings — real Buffalo wings are never breaded.

Frozen wings are fine but really shrink when cooking; they will be about half the size when cooked as they were frozen. Keep that in mind when determining how many to purchase. Fresh wings will keep their size and have a bit more flavor.

Have a great weekend and enjoy the Super Bowl!


Real Buffalo Wings

Serves 4

2 pounds chicken wings and drumsticks (purchase frozen, thaw overnight in refrigerator)

4 cups canola or peanut oil

1 cup Frank’s Red Hot Sauce

1 cup melted butter or margarine

Heat oil to 375 degrees. Fry wings 5-8 minutes, until golden and crispy. Drain on paper towels.

Combine hot sauce and butter or margarine in a large bowl. Add wings to bowl of sauce and toss to coat well. Serve hot.

Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing

Makes 1 cup

½ cup good blue cheese crumbled

½ cup mayonnaise

½ cup sour cream

1 teaspoon ground black pepper

½ teaspoon salt

Combine all in a small bowl and let refrigerate%2

via How to make super Superbowl wings - Ponte Vedra Recorder.