Buffalo Wings Sauce

Recipe Rating:
 6 Ratings
Serves: Small crowd
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method: Stove Top

Ingredients

24 chicken wing pieces -- sectioned or split tips discarded
SAUCE
6 Tbsp louisianna hot sauce (this is the brand name)
1/2 stick margarine -- not butter
1 Tbsp white vinegar
1/8 tsp celery seed
1/8 to 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1/8 tsp garlic salt
1/4 tsp wosestershire sauce
1 to 2 tsp tabasco sauce
dash of salt and pepper
ACCOMPANIMENTS
carrot and celery sticks
bleu cheese dressing

The Cook

Gary Hancq Recipe
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Well Seasoned
Port Byron, IL (pop. 1,647)
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Member Since Jan 2010
Gary's notes for this recipe:
For years I thought they called them Buffalo Wings because they were Bold and Mean.

Then found out they were conceived at the "Anchor Bar" in Buffalo, New York. Dominic Bellisimo was tending bar late one night at Anchor Bar in 1964 when a group of his friends arrived with a considerable appetite.

Dominic asked his mother Terresa who was working the kitchen to whip up something for his friends.

Not being totally enamored by the situation she decided on providing the gang something Different.

She proceeded to make History with her Wings.

The following is said to be a copy of her sauce. Which truthfully, is a guarded secret. Anchor Bar Sauce is bottled and sold in some stores, and is available on their website.
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Back in the days when I was a flight attendant I would occasionally find myself in Buffalo and just had to have the Anchor Bar wings. Sometimes the pilot would even radio ahead and have some of these delicious wings delivered so we could eat them during our downtime! This recipe brought back a lot of pleasant memories for me. If you can’t make it to Buffalo this is the next best thing.

Directions

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I don't know whether she breaded the wings or dusted with flour or not. It is said she deep fried them. I dust the sectioned wings with my "All Purpose Breading or Coating" which see, and place on foil lined pizza platters and bake for 1 hour at 325 degrees. Occasionally deep fry them. They come out of the oven great.
2
For the Sauce place all sauce ingredients in small fry pan or pot and warm through and simmer on very low heat for 10 minutes stir some. I use fry pan for larger heat surface.
3
In large bowl add wings then pour sauce over and shake and combine well.
4
Serve with Carrot and Celery Sticks and Bleu Cheese or Ranch Dressing or both. I use my homemade "Bleu Cheese Dressing", which see. Make it. Use it. And you won't buy pre-bottled again.
5
The wings can be placed in a crock pot on warm to keep warm for gatherings. I normally provide a second crock pot of normal "Tame" wings as well. They're a treat. And as big a treat cold the following day.
6
It is proclaimed that Frank and Terresa's Buffalo Wings are the "Best Wings In The World".
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For Super Hot wings I dust wings first with a small amount of my "Hot Chilis/Pepper Powder", which see. Then dust with flour and proceed. You could use Cayenne Powder. Make sure the Fire Hose is near.
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An Alternative "Hot" Sauce: 2/3 cup "Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing Sauce", 1/3 cup Ketchup, 1/3 cup Lemon Juice or "Real Lemon", 1/2 teaspoon Tabasco Sauce, 2 tablespoons Butter, 1/2 teaspoon of my "Hot Chilis/Pepper Powder" mix, which see, you could use Cayenne Powder. Stir well and warm. Frank's unadulterated Buffalo Wing Sauce is one of my favorites by itself.
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If you are a Buffalo Wing aficionado give these a try. That's a Challenge.
Comments

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user lisa young GoodKook - Mar 9, 2010
"very good sauce"..worked well with wings!
user Gary Hancq SidEFied - Mar 10, 2010
Lisa, Thank you for the comment. Happy Cooking. Gary
user Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL - Jan 4, 2011
Hi Gary, Some reason I wont hot wings. This recipe sure does sound good. I like it very much.
user Ed Powell biged625 - Mar 16, 2011
Gary, This was a very tasty sauce.My brother came up from Pittsburgh
and I put this together and he loved it. I went with the hot version
Thanks alot 5 stars.
user Kitchen Crew JustaPinch - Mar 29, 2011
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!

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