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Wings Stop Inspired Wings and Seasoned Fries



The football season brings the cravings for tons of junk food.  Honey will start wanting wings and nachos and chili fries.  So I decided to go for a little greasy happiness and make a Wing Stop inspired Sunday football dinner and for less than half the price. Both, Honey and Bebe loved the wings, and I am so excited to have found the seasoning for the fries because I absolutely love them.
When making wings, it's less of a hassle to oven bake then buying a ton of oil and frying them; I never know what to do with the dirty oil afterward and the flavor is still so good.  When buying wings, buy the full wings, cut at the joints, and stick the wing tips back in the freezer (makes chicken stock later).
Even though I made the chicken and the fries, it was more cost effective to buy the cheese sauce and saved a little time.  The carrots and celery were already in the fridge and so was the ranch dressing.
Have fun and enjoy!

HOT WINGS AND HONEY MUSTARD WINGS
serving: about 20 wings

3 lbs wings cut up drumettes and flats
1/2 cup hot sauce like Red Dot
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
1/3 cup honey
2-4 tablespoons Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons butter

Set oven at 400degrees F. Lay chicken flat on baking sheets. Bake until crispy and flipping mid-way through. About 45 minutes.
Melt butter in microwave. In one bowl, add hot sauce, 2 tablespoons butter, and cayenne pepper if desired. Mix well and add half of the wings while hot. Mix well to coat all wings..
In a second bowl add butter, honey, and mustard (as much for desired taste). Mix well and add half of the wings while hot. Mix well to coat all wings.

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"WING STOP" STYLE FRIES
serving: 4-6

4 medium potatoes
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1/4 seasoning - Tony Cachere's or Mrs. Dash
1/2 tablespoon white sugar
1/2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon salt

Set oven to 400degrees F.
Cut potatoes into fries. In a bowl, add oil to potatoes and toss until all fries are coated.
Spread fries onto baking sheet and put into oven for about 45 minutes and turning fries halfway through.  Fries should be golden.
In a small bowl pour seasoning, sugars and salt. Mix well.
Once fries are crispy, sprinkle seasoning mix.

Fries seasoning adapted from All Recipes - Food Buzz

Comments

  1. You should make more of those.

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  2. My mouth seriously started watering when I saw all this... lol

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  3. I just may make more soon. @Marcus It was tasty. @dalmonte

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