Spicy Garlic Hot Wings Recipe with #TexasPete Hot Sauce

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Have you ever tried Texas Pete Hot Sauce? I am not crazy about spicy foods, but Chris puts hot sauce on all kinds of things so I have gotten used to trying to incorporate it into different dishes. I love spicy buffalo wings and hot wings, but I had never made them on my own. I was chatting with my friend Stefani about hot wings and she told me about a great (and super easy) recipe for homemade hot wings using hot sauce and I was so excited to try it out! I made this Spicy Garlic Hot Wings recipe with Texas Pete Hot Sauce and they were simply amazing!

Texas Pete also has wing sauces, but I wanted to get really creative and use my friend’s recipe. In addition to the Texas Pete wing sauces, they also have a Hotter hot sauce, a garlic hot sauce, CHA! by Texas Pete sriracha sauce and a green pepper sauce. I have a feeling that once Chris tastes these Spicy Garlic Hot Wings with the Texas Pete Hot Sauce, we are going to have to try all of the others too!

Spicy Garlic Hot Wings with Texas Pete Hot Sauce

This Spicy Garlic Hot Wings recipe with Texas Pete Hot Sauce is incredibly simple. You can either start out with precooked chicken wings (no sauce or seasoning) from your local grocery store or just buy regular uncooked chicken wings. I bought the precooked wings because it was just easier than firing up my mini fryer, but that it totally up to you! Just fry up your chicken wings as you normally would (without any seasoning or flour) and set aside, then continue with my recipe below.

Spicy Garlic Hot Wings recipe with Texas Pete Hot Sauce #TexasPete

Spicy Garlic Hot Wings Recipe with Texas Pete Hot Sauce


20 precooked chicken wing pieces

1 6 ounce bottle of Texas Pete Hot Sauce

1 heaping tablespoon of minced garlic

1 stick of butter


Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil and preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Lay the chicken pieces on the aluminum foil and bake for about ten minutes, until heated through and the skins are crisp.

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In a microwave safe bowl, heat butter and minced garlic at one minute intervals until the butter is completely melted.

Stir in the Texas Pete Hot Sauce (the entire bottle) and whisk until it’s completely combined.

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Add the chicken wings to the bowl of hot sauce mixture and toss until each piece is completely saturated in the garlic hot sauce.

Serve while still hot!

Hot Wings Recipe with Texas Pete Hot Sauce #TexasPete

Texas Pete Hot Sauce is a great ingredient that adds the perfect amount of spice and flavor to your favorite dishes. You can use it to jazz up hot dogs, fries, pizza, soups and sandwiches but it’s more that just a condiment! Texas Pete Hot Sauce can be your secret ingredient that makes your regular old recipes become your “famous” recipes – you know those family recipes that get passed down for generations…and make all of your friends think that you’re a genius in the kitchen!

You can use Texas Pete Hot Sauce to make this awesome Spicy Garlic Hot Wings recipe, or to make your own barbecue sauce, rib marinade – I even heard tell of someone using a dash of Texas Pete Hot Sauce in their red velvet cake icing!

You can find Texas Pete Hot Sauce in most grocery stores in the dressings and sauces aisle. Why not grab a bottle the next time you’re out grocery shopping? You never know when the urge will strike to eat something hot!

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    • says

      I think that you will love them! I don’t really like spicy food too much, so I used more butter than hot sauce. LOL!! Stefani said to use more hot sauce to make it spicier. :)

  1. Shauna says

    Oooh, this sounds amazing. Did you use store-made chicken wings or pre-made frozen wings? Totally need to try this. Thanks so much

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