Boneless Buffalo Wings are the perfect party appetizer! They are hot and savory boneless chicken wings best served with celery and a side of blue cheese dip.
Boneless Buffalo Wings
These Boneless Buffalo Wings are just in time for football season! They are hot and spicy and oh so good! Buffalo Wings as an appetizer can be expensive, but not if you make them yourself! These are CHEAP to make and, in my opinion, are WAY better than most restaurant wings!
Several Ways To Serve
The classic picture of boneless buffalo wings is — as we have pictured below — with yummy blue cheese dip and celery on the side. You’ll get no argument here that this is a great way to enjoy these wings. In fact, you can find the recipe for our Blue Cheese Dip here.
But there are other great ways to serve them too. If you haven’t tried boneless buffalo wings in as salad, you are missing out. The crunch of the lettuce combined with the spicy and savory flavor of the chicken is a great way to add protein to your salad. And a little pizazz to your meal.
Or, try them inside a wrap. Similar to the salad, you get all the flavors of the lettuce and other veggies, but with the eat-with-your-hands fun and convenience of having the whole thing wrapped up in a tortilla. Plus, you don’t get your fingers sticky from the wings! We actually made them in a wrap for dinner tonight!
Looking for a classic bone-in wing recipe? Be sure to try our Air Fryer Chicken Wings, they are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and smothered in a sweet tangy sauce!
How To Make Boneless Buffalo Wings
Semi-Baked Boneless Buffalo Wings
- Combine flour, salt, pepper, cayenne, and paprkia in a medium sized bowl. In a separate bowl, beat egg and then mix in milk. Dip the chicken one at a time in the egg mixture, then dredge in flour mixture. Heat oil in a large skillet (medium-high heat) and fry chicken on each side for about 20-30 seconds (or you can deep-fry it).
- Remove chicken from skillet, place on a baking sheet and place in the oven at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until the chicken is completely cooked through.
- While the chicken is baking combine the hot sauce and butter in a small saucepan and cook on medium-low heat until butter is melted, do not bring to a boil.
- Remove chicken from oven and place in a tupperware-like bowl that has a lid. Pour sauce over the chicken, then cover with the lid. Shake until chicken is covered with sauce.
- Serve immediately with blue cheese or ranch.