One of those meals is hot chicken wings with butter, hot sauce, and, well, that’s it. At first glance, it sounds quite unhealthy, but you only have to add as much of each ingredient as you desire. I was able to find a brand of hot sauce (Frank’s RedHot) that only contains cayenne pepper, garlic powder, vinegar, water, and salt. And I always add veggies to the meal.
If you live in the United States, you are aware that tonight is the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. We try our best to be informed citizens, so we will be eating our hot chicken wings while we watch the debate. Here’s the recipe…
Easy Hot Chicken Wings
- Chicken wings frozen, not fresh
- Hot sauce
Arrange chicken wings in an empty crock pot, and cover with hot sauce. We use about 1/2 cup hot sauce per 15 chicken wings. You can adjust the amounts, but I wouldn't recommend cutting it down too much. (No one likes burnt chicken wings...LOL.)
Cut butter into chunks, and place on top of chicken wings. I use 1/2 stick of butter, but you can use less. Cook on high for 6 hours.
If you are home and are able to gently "stir" the chicken wings after three hours, that's great. If not, just "stir" them 20 minutes before serving. The chicken falls off the bone quite easily, but beware of little pieces of bone and cartilage.