Who By Fire?

Who By Fire?

  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Servings: 3-6
  • About This Recipe

    “These screaming hot chicken wings can be made hot, hotter and scorching hot by adding more hot pepper sauce and/or ground red pepper.”


  • 2 1/2 lbschicken wings, separated( about 2 dozen)
  • 2tablespoonscanola oil
  • 1tablespoonvinegar
  • 5tablespoonsTabasco sauce( or other hot pepper sauce)
  • 1/2 teaspoongarlic powder
  • ground red pepper, to taste
  • Directions

  • Set oven to”broil” and place rack 6″ from the element.
  • In a medium sized mixing bowl combine hot sauce, oil, vinegar and garlic powder.
  • Place chicken wings on a broiling pan.
  • Using a pastry brush, coat the wings with the sauce mixture, and then broil the wings for 7 minutes on one side before turning them over and broiling for another 7 minutes.
  • You can also cook these wings on the BBQ grill.
  • Serve near a fire hydrant.
  • Serve with Celery sticks and prepared Cool Ranch dip or Bleu Cheese dip (on the side).
  • Reviews

  • “Yummy. Very spicy. Just like they’re supposed to be!”

  • “I made these for a “fight night” event at my house and for a cookout.My family and friends all LOVED these wings.I didn’t change much.I added a little more garlic powder than called for because my husband loves garlic.They were simple and delicious.”

  • “”And who by fire, who by water, who in the sunshine, who in the night time”- the answer can certainly be found in these wings! These are the best wings I have made to date. They are so hot and fiery but easy to consume the whole batch! This is our new wing recipe!”

  • “Without a doubt, this is a rare 10-start recipe. This was my first time making wings at home and they were the best wings we’ve eaten. I used about 1.9lbs of chicken, an additional tablespoon of hot sauce, and also a tsp of cajun spice blend. For the hot sauce I used a combination of Louisiana hot sauce and hot jalapeno pepper sauce. I did have a problem in that my wings caught on fire while broiling, but we managed to put it out. Excellent recipe, just be very careful not to let the fat float around the wings and keep checking on them. Thanks for posting the recipe!”

  • “Easy, simple and “Whew” “Hot” Tasty!!!! Great recipe – I used Denzil’s Kamikazi instead of Tabasco – It is at least as hot if not more so.I loved it .Great Wings thanks Leonard”