Whether it’s for tailgating during football season, partying for Halloween, or just feeding the family, you can hardly go wrong when Wicked Hot Wings are on the menu–especially when Scotty O’Hotty is bringing the heat.
Print Recipe Wicked Hot Wings
Add 2 cups Crispy Mix brand fry mix in a 2 quart container, with a lid
Make a Wet Mix by combining 2 cups Drake's Crispy Fry Mix with 1 cup water in a separate bowl.
Preheat vegetable or canola oil in a stock pot or deep fryer to 375 degrees.
Cut boneless skinless chicken breast or tenders into bite size pieces.
Submerge the chicken pieces into the Wet Mix until coated.
Let the excess Wet Mix drip off of each piece and then transfer, in small batches, to the lidded container with the dry fry mix.
Put the lid on the container and shake it up.
Use tongs to add the chicken pieces to the fryer. or pot, one at a time.
Cook to an internal temperature of 165 degrees. It will take 3-4 minutes.
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