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You want to ... 12 oz. of Texas Pete sauce. Add the ... likes the bigger pieces). I use Ranch for dipping. I haven't met anyone who doesn't like it yet. .
I season the wings with salt, pepper, ... pounds... all for me... :) and don't forget the big mug of root beer, you'll need something to tame that heat.
Deep fry split wings at 400 degrees ... wings with sauce; soak overnight, if possible, in refrigerator. Bake in oven at 325 degrees until heated through.
Clean wings and pat dry. ... Melt butter; add Texas Pete. Pour over ... Cheese dip and assorted raw vegetables - carrots, celery, bell pepper and broccoli.
Preheat oven to ... 1/2 of chicken wing on a 12 ... of oven, turn over. Baste this side, return to oven for 20 more minutes. Then they are ready to eat.
Clip off chicken wing tip at first ... pat dry. Cook wings over medium heat ... sauce mixture dry. When ready to eat, bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.
Melt 1/2 to ... 12 ounces of Texas Pete (more butter for ... to taste. Cut wings at joint using ... with sauce in bowl and shake to coat. Serve immediately.
Spread wings in single layer ... saucepan and add Texas Pete. Stir until ... minutes at 450 degrees. Serve with celery sticks and blue cheese dressing dip.
Mix soy sauce and Texas Pete and garlic powder ... as many chicken wings as you want ... for 5 minutes. Fix lots - great for meals, snacks and leftovers.
Fry drummettes. Drain. Combine hot sauce and butter. Dip drummettes in hot sauce and shake off excess. Place on serving platter. Dip in blue cheese ...
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