Hellfire Wings #SundaySupper

Yay, we’re back for another Sunday Supper!  This week is Super Eats For Game Day!  Makes perfect sense since today is the day when many will gather to watch the Big Game that they’ve been waiting weeks for!  In our family our boys enjoy pro football but my husband prefers college football.  What we can all agree on is that we love having an excuse to gather and share great food!  If you have been here before you know that we love spicy so this year my husband came up with a Hellfire Wings recipe that’s sure to be a favorite.

Hellfire Wings - YoursAndMineAreOurs

These wings have a heat that sticks with you for a little bit but not the kind of heat that makes you feel like your tongue is numb!  They’re baked and not fried which is a huge plus.  I don’t necessarily have anything against frying other than it takes so long to do large batches of anything and I don’t really love the smell of the grease.  This is not a saucy wing so it’s not as messy as some would be which is nice when you’re having a big crowd over and are not all sitting at the table.  You can set aside sauce from the recipe to serve with them for dipping or use any of your favorite dipping sauces but they’re delicious as is.

So, do you and your family watch the Super Bowl, get together just for the food or skip the whole thing?

Hellfire Wings - YoursAndMineAreOurs

 

Hellfire Wings

Hellfire Wings

Ingredients

  1. 40 chicken wings or drumettes
  2. 1 cup butter – melted
  3. 1 cup hot sauce
  4. 1 1/2 cup flour
  5. 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  6. 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  7. 1 teaspoon salt
  8. 1 teaspoon ghost pepper hot sauce

Instructions

  1. Mix flour and spices in a large bowl (an ice cream bucket with lid works well for this).
  2. Drop the wings into the bowl, put the lid on and shake to coat all wings.
  3. Place the wings on an ungreased cookie sheet and put into the refrigerator for about one hour to help set the flour mixture.
  4. Mix butter, hot sauce and ghost pepper hot sauce in a bowl.
  5. Carefully coat the wings in the hot sauce making sure not to pull the flour mixture off.
  6. Place the wings in a single layer on a baking pan with rack in place. If you do not have one of these types of pans you can use cookie racks placed on a rimmed baking sheet. Make sure you spray the racks with cooking spray so that the wings do not stick.
  7. Bake for 25 minutes in a preheated 400 degree oven. Turn and bake for an additional 25 minutes.
  8. Turn your broiler on and broil for 16 minutes total – in 4 minute intervals and turning at each interval. So, broil for 4 minutes then turn, broil for 4 more minutes and turn and so forth.
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That’s it they’re ready to serve!

~ Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. You said my brother’s favorite word: Ghostpepper! I’m sending him this recipe right now because I’m betting he’ll want to make it for the game. He LOVES spicy!
    Hezzi-D recently posted…Buffalo Chicken Chili #SundaySupperMy Profile

  2. Jennifer Miller/MealDiva says:

    Yes, please! I love a nice, spicy chicken wing! Your pictures are mouthwatering!

  3. oh my gawd, I have never heard of ghost pepper hot sauce but I think I need to try it! These wings look great!!!!

  4. Are you kidding? Living in Denver and being an avid/rabid Bronco fan, you bet we’ll be glued to that television. Wings are such a great game day choice. And I hate it when they’re so hot that my tongue is numb. :) These sound just right. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.

  5. I love that you used ghost chile sauce!! I have some but never have any idea what to do with it. Thanks!
    Julie @ Texan New Yorker recently posted…Dr Pepper Turkey Chili #SundaySupperMy Profile

    • When my husband came home I was a nervous wreck! The Dave’s Insanity Sauce is hot already so I was sure this was going to be intolerable. I was so surprised that it was hot without that miserable burn left behind.

  6. Our motto is the spicier the better so I know we’d like these wings, Tammy! Great recipe!
    Stacy recently posted…Spicy Roasted Corn Shrimp Dip for #SundaySupperMy Profile

  7. Yummy, yummy, I love wings and I like ‘em hot!!
    Tara recently posted…Italian Spring Rolls for Super Eats for Game Day #SundaySupperMy Profile

  8. You have know idea how bad I want to try these wings! I love the name of them too!! I am actually wiping drool from the corner of my mouth thinking of them. Awesome recipe!!

  9. Oh my heavens, I laughed out loud when I saw the name of these! TOO funny! These would be perfect for the hubby, who loves all things spicy. Me? I’m a wimp.
    Constance Smith (@FoodieArmyWife) recently posted…Super Sloppy Joes | #SundaySupperMy Profile

  10. Mmmm….I love that kind of heat! Just enough to give you a tingle without feeling like you need to chug a gallon of milk! Perfect!
    Courtney @ Neighborfood recently posted…Twice Baked Chili Cheese Potatoes #SundaySupperMy Profile

  11. We love spicy food, and this would be perfect!! I love all these wings recipes we’re seeing today on #SS!! My husband watches the games and sometimes I keep him company, but I’m usually on the computer too so that I don’t have to just sit there and watch the game. That would drive me insane by the 4th quarter.

  12. Baked and with heat? The perfect combination!!

  13. Your baked wings look divine!!!
    Liz recently posted…Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars #SundaySupperMy Profile

  14. Ahh spicy wings, my stepbrother’s fave. I will be giving him this recipe!
    Sarah recently posted…Cracker Jack Candy for a #SundaySupper Game DayMy Profile

  15. Ok, now I am drooling. I so wish I could reach through my screen to grab a couple of those amazing looking wings!!
    Manu recently posted…Alpine Sliders #SundaySupperMy Profile

  16. Wow, delicious fire in my mouth! Yes.
    Kathia Rodriguez recently posted…Mini Coconut Cups #SundaySupper #GameDayMy Profile

  17. The name “Hellfire” caught my attention. I am totally down with any hot and spicy recipe. Bring on the heat!
    Renee recently posted…Chocolate Streusel Bars for #SundaySupperMy Profile

  18. I love that your wings are baked and not fried! They look super delicious. Who needs to fry wings when yours look just as good? Nicely done!
    Renee – Kudos Kitchen recently posted…Honey Sesame Seed Crackers for #SundaySupperMy Profile

  19. My husband loves ghost pepper sauce! He would be all over these!

  20. Ooooh Ghost Pepper hot sauce? I will have to give these a try!! We love heat!
    Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen recently posted…Game Day Chili for #SundaySupperMy Profile

  21. My sister would love this. But me I can’t handle anything hot.

  22. I like that they’re baked instead of fried :)

    This year I actually watched the game bc I decided to root for the Bronco’s and it was just so ridiculous you couldn’t help but watch. And Bruno Mars was excellent.

    Of course the food’s always good too…we had homemade pizza!
    Shaina recently posted…Boca Restaurant Review: Ninja Spinning Sushi BarMy Profile

  23. Anything that sates that it’s “hellfire” in heat has got me hooked! I’d even eat these wings for breakfast! Thanks for stopping by my blog too and leaving your kind comment!

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