How To Make Authentic Buffalo Wings

No food says football more than Buffalo wings. When we watch the game at a local sports pub it is a popular choice for us chilehead fans, but can you make them at home as good if not better? Are you hosting a Super Bowl party and want to entertain your guests with tasty wings? Well Mark Weiler of award winning wing sauce company Wy’s Wings made some videos last year on how to make Buffalo chicken wings the right way at your very own home. This 6 part video demonstration breaks down the process in a easy and understanding way that anyone with a $30 fryer can do it. Follow along with Mark as he gives you tips to create authentic Buffalo style wings the way they were meant to be enjoyed.

Video 1 of 6: Introduction

Video 2 of 6: What You Will Need

Video 3 of 6: Preparation

Video 4 of 6: Cooking

Video 5 of 6: It’s All About the Sauce

Video 6 of 6: Serving, Buffalo Style!

Thanks to Mark for the How to videos. Please visit his website to try his award winning wing sauces.
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6 thoughts on “How To Make Authentic Buffalo Wings

  • January 28, 2011 at 9:32 am

    Are these breaded?

  • January 28, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    truly authentic buffalo wings are made with equal parts franks red hot and butter.

    also, theres no such thing as a boneless wing. wings have bones. them boneless things are called tenders.

    also, best thing to fry them in is lard. and quit cuttin off the fat, if you want to eat healthy, stay the hell away from the wings.

  • January 30, 2011 at 10:40 am

    Nice series of videos for the beginner.
    One of these days I’ll have to get some Wy’s sauces!

    What are your 2 favorites Buddah?

  • January 30, 2011 at 10:42 am

    The wings are fried naked. The tenders were tossed in flour and set up in the fridge for 15 mins or so.

  • January 30, 2011 at 10:53 am

    Defcon and some of Wy’s. I have not sampled a lot of the ones we have done reviews for like the last ones from Bonfatto’s. I have never tried Booyah, I know you loved that one Brian. We did a wing day at Gunther’s and plan to do another one maybe in the Spring or August. I would like to try Captain Spongefoot, Rippin Red and Danny Cash’s Habanero version of Fallen Angel because I did not like the jolokia one. I love Teriyaki wings more than Buffalo, but it is a mood thing for me. I love the creaminess I get from Defcon that I do not get with any of the others.

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