I received a call this morning from a good friend of mine. Her daughters came home from sleep away camp yesterday. When she asked them what they would like her to make for their first meal home, they announced “The Super Bowl Wings”. I’m so honored!!!

Every year a group of people I have known since I am 13 get together for the annual Super Bowl party and I make these wings. We are talking 4 bags of chicken wings here.

So I thought I would pass this recipe on to the world……

Hot Buffalo Wings (multiply as needed)

1 bag of chicken wings
12 oz bottle of Frank’s Original Red Hot sauce
8 oz bottle of Italian Dressing
1 large aluminum baking tray with high sides
1 marinade brush
Mix the dressing and the hot sauce in large bowl. Add defrosted chicken wings and let marinade for at least 3 hours (the longer the better)
Individually place chicken wings n the baking tray in a single layer
Bake uncovered at 300 degrees for about an hour and a half. Flip the wings about every 20 minutes and brush on a little more of the marinade each time
When you are either sick of doing this or they begin to really brown, turn the heat up to about 425 degrees so they get more crispy.
These really are awesome. and I love that they are baked instead of fried. They are also great on the grill as well.

Enjoy!

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