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Hooters’ Hot Wings

Hooter’s Hot Wings, is straight out of my book, CopyKat.com’s Dining Out At Home, you can see this recipe featured on page number 109.

bowl of Hooters Hot Wings

Unlike many other restaurants that serve hot wings, Hooters™ batters their wings before frying them, so you have crunchy, crispy wings bathed in hot sauce. These wings are perfect for a tailgating party or anytime you have a large gathering—but you’ll have to provide your own Hooters™ girls.

Hooters’ Hot Wings

Hooters’ Hot Wing Sauce

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Hooters' Hot Wings

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  • Recipe Type: Appetizer Recipes, CopyKat Recipes
  • Prep time:10 minutes
  • Cook time:10 minutes
  • Serves: 1

These wings are wonderful now you can make these at home!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups whole-wheat flour
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 4 1/2 to 5 pounds chicken wings

Instructions

In a large mixing bowl, mix the whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, salt, paprika, and cayenne pepper together, and blend well. Cut the chicken wings into drumettes and flappers. Wash and drain the chicken. Coat the chicken in the flour mixture and refrigerate the wings for 90 minutes. Prepare the Hooters Hot Wing Sauce. When you’re ready to deep-fry the chicken wings, heat the oil

to 375°F in a large pot or deep-fryer. Place the chicken pieces into the hot oil and do not crowd them. Fry the wings until they’re golden brown, then remove them from the oil and drain them on paper towels. When all the wings have been fried, place them in a large bowl. Add the Hooters’ Hot Wing Sauce and mix completely. Use a fork or tongs to place the chicken pieces on a serving platter. Serve immediately (and with lots of paper towels!).

Yield: 12 servings

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  • On Oui

    These are “dredged” not “battered” or “breaded”.

    • http://www.copykat.com Stephanie

      Thank you. I appreciate you dropping by.

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  • Larry Canada

    Nobody that knows anything about wings would even consider breading them – deep fry them as is, toss them in a mixture of 1/2 melted butter & 1/2 Franks Hot Sauce – dip in Ken’s Blue Cheese dressing and voila!!

    • http://www.copykat.com Stephanie

      Hooters wings are quite good even if they are breaded.

    • Vicki Chilton

      I agree ~ no breading. I steam the wings to remove some of the bad fat, then chill before deep frying. Can’t go wrong with the mixture of melted butter and Franks Hot Sauce (tabasco is pretty good too).

      • stephaniemanley

        So are you guys saying Hooters doesn’t know anything about wings ;)

        • Vicki Chilton

          WTF???

          • stephaniemanley

            So you don’t like wings that are breaded? Hooters breads their wings.

          • Vicki Chilton

            What is your problem?

          • stephaniemanley

            I am unaware that I have problem. Thanks for your comment. I only asked if you liked if wings were breaded or not. Hooters are breaded, that’s all.

            I hope you have a great day ;)

          • Vicki Chilton

            My original comment clearly answers that question. You DO have problems, mental problems!

          • stephaniemanley

            Oh sweetie, this is where I delete your comments, and block you.

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  • Sperez20106706

    Heck Yea….. I moved from Tex to W.V. and their isn’t a Hooters for about 2 hours. So i crave them all the time. So this is great, I can have them anytime I want!!!

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  • http://www.tropicalmum.blogspot.com Shelly

    Hi! I am so glad I followed your link today. I have been looking for a recipe like this for years and now I can finally make one of my favourites at home!

    I even blogged about it here: http://tropicalmum.blogspot.com/2010/12/ive-been-known-to-wing-it.html

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  • http://frantasticfood.com Fran

    Ohhhh yeah, this looks good. I have a package of wings in the freezer waiting for me to play with them. Looks like hot wings is on the menu this week!

    I wish it wasn’t 11pm — I’d whip up a batch right now!