Buffalo Wings In Hell

Recipe submitted by Suzanne’s Kitchen

This is an incredible recipe that I had the pleasure of trying first hand down at the Peppers Tailgate Party in Rehoboth Beach, DE. It only made sense that with National Chicken Wing Day coming up we would have some friends over to celebrate. So, I cooked these wings up for them using Frank’s Red Hot as my 10 oz bottle, and was surprised at how easy it was to prepare. They came out super tender, and the jelly added a sweet heat to the wing. Not only that, but our guests loved it so much they practically begged me for the recipe. So here it is… enjoy!  -Brian


Ingredients:

  • 5 lbs Chicken Wingettes
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 10 oz Bottle of Hot Sauce
  • 9 oz Jar of Suzanne’s Kitchen Pepper Jelly
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 2 Tbsp of Water

Directions:

1. On a cookie sheet, season wings with salt and pepper. Bake chicken wings for 40 minutes at 350° or according to package instructions.

2. While chicken is baking: preheat your grill, and melt pepper jelly in microwave for approximately 2 minutes. Thin jelly with 2 Tbsp of water and add the salt.

3. When wings are out of the oven, toss with bottle of hot sauce*, then grill until well charred. Extinguish flame and baste both side of wings liberally with pepper jelly mixture.

*Suzanne’s tip: Stop here and you can store in fridge up to 2 days and finish on your grill at a tailgate or party!

About Suzanne’s Kitchen

Suzanne’s Kitchen manufactures four varieties of spicy pepper jellies. Heaven, Suzanne’s mother’s original recipe, Purgatory, Hell, and Ghost. They are currently in 63 stores over 9 states and still growing! Suzanne’s Kitchen is collecting all kinds of awards including Delaware’s Best Wings!

Website: www.pepperjellyheaven.com

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One Response to “Buffalo Wings In Hell”

  1. Wing Mama says:

    This recipe was AMAZING! The jelly added a sticky sweet heat that really elevated these wings to irresistible levels!!! All of our guests really enjoyed them, and next time I’ll have to make twice as many. They went fast!

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