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1/26/07

In the Kitchen: Wingstop's Famous Hot (and Mild) Wings

Preliminarily:

You need a deep fat fryer that can hold the amount of wings that you want to cook at a time. You need enough Liquid vegetable or Canola to fill the fryer to the required level.

The fryer must be able to hold 350 degree and fry for 9 minutes.

First Recipe: Barbeque  WingsIngredients:

Raw fresh disjointed chicken wings                               About 10 per person

Favorite Barbeque Sauce                                              1.5 ounces per 10 Wing

Vegetable oil                                                                As needed

Procedure:

Place raw wings in fryer basket and lower into a 350 degree fryer. Cook for 9 minutes. Remove from fryer and drain for 20 seconds. Place in a large mixing bowl and add 1.5 ounces of favorite Barbeque sauce. Toss to coat, and serve while hot.

Second Recipe: Mild to Hot Wingstop restaurants

  

            Ingredients:

            Raw fresh disjointed chicken wings                               About 10 per person

            Low salt butter                                                 1/3 cup

            Favorite cayenne pepper sauce                         ½ cup

            Vegetable oil                                                                As needed

            Procedure:

In a small sauce pan melt the butter over low heat, add the cayenne pepper sauce and stir until just warm. Taste and adjust heat level if too hot add more butter, if not ho enough add more sauce. Let cool and hold at room temperature for no more than three hours. (should make enough sauce for about 30 wings).

Place raw wings in fryer basket and lower into a 350 degree fryer. Cook for 9 minutes. Remove from fryer. Let drain for 20 seconds, place in medium to large mixing bowl. Add sauce, approximately 1.5 ounces per 10 wings. Toss and serve.

Please note these are not our actual reipes but have been modified for you to be able to produce wings at home. If you want the real wingstop flavor profiles be sure to visit our restaurants.

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