We make these Winger’s Sticky Fingers and Freakin’ Amazing Sauce in less time than it would to get takeout from Winger’s! Only 2 ingredients in the sauce!
We are huge fans of Winger’s Sticky Fingers and Freakin’ Amazing Sauce. We used to go buy the bottles of sauce all the time, but now there is no need. I will never have to go buy the sauce again. I’m not kidding. I can’t tell a difference between the real deal and these. This has got to be the exact recipe they use in the restaurant. We can whip these Winger’s sticky fingers up in less time than it would take to go to Winger’s and order them. They are SO easy to make!
Every single time I make these, they get devoured in no time flat. They are always the first thing to go if we have a tailgate spread and people always beg me for the recipe. My kids absolutely LOVE them! They request them for dinner all the time.
Now back to the Freakin’ Amazing Sauce. It is very appropriately named. We use this stuff on everything. It is awesome over grilled chicken, burgers, and kabobs. It really tastes great on anything that you can grill. We love dipping it in our homemade Ranch dressing or making a sticky fingers salad with sticky fingers on top. We also love just making up some of the sauce and dipping popcorn in it. Whenever we go to Winger’s and they give us popcorn we always ask for a side of the sauce just to dip popcorn in as we are waiting. Yeah, I’d say that we are a little obsessed. Please make sure you use Frank’s Hot Sauce brand when you make it. Nothing else will taste as good or as close to the original. Also, make sure that you let the sauce cool to room temperature before you pour it on the chicken otherwise it won’t stick as well. See our instructional video below and get the recipe below that!
- 1/3 c. Franks Hot Sauce It has to be Franks Hot Sauce... no other sauce will taste as good
- 1 1/2 c. brown sugar
- 1 Tbsp. water
- In a bowl mix together the flour, cayenne and salt. Place chicken wings in a large bowl and toss with flour mixture until they are evenly coated (or you can do it the Shake n' bake way and put it all in a large bag, do 5 or so wings at a time so they get evenly coated). Cover bowl and refrigerate for about an hour.
- Heat up hot sauce, brown sugar and water in a saucepot until all the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and allow to cool to room temp before adding to wings OR prepare ahead of time and refrigerate. The wings turn out best if you don't pour warm sauce over them. You want it nice and thick.
- Heat oil in a deep fryer to 375 degrees. Fry coated wings in hot oil for 10 to 15 minutes, or until parts of wings begin to turn brown. Remove from heat, place wings in serving bowl, add sauce mixture and stir together.