20 chicken wings, tips removed 2 cups flour 2 eggs 2/3 cup milk 1 bottle KC Masterpiece original barbecue sauce 1/4 cup honey oil, for deep frying
Wash chicken wings, remove the tips; cut the two pieces in half. shake off excess water. place eggs and milk in a bowl and mix well. set aside. Mix together barbecue sauce and honey, set aside. Put flour in bag, shake wings to lightly coat. roll wings in egg wash and toss back in flour again. you want a fairly heavy coating of flour. Repeat 2-3 times.
Heat oil to 350 degrees F. Fry wings until golden brown. Remove and drain on paper towels. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Dip each wing in BBC sauce and place on greased cookie sheet( pieces should not touch each other). Bake 15-20 minutes until they no longer look shiny.
Who doesnt love the amazing KFC Honey Barbecue Wings? The combination of KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce and honey gives these wings their amazing flavor. The key to the crispy batter is dipping the wings in the flour two three times to get that nice, thick coating. Set aside some of the KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce and honey mixture for dipping.
Member since: Aug 11, 2003
myrecipecollection June 26, 2014 REVIEW:
It's not a party without chicken wings! you get loads of taste with these double dipped wings. Better than KFC IMHO!
wingaddict October 7, 2013 REVIEW:
I used drummies so I didn't have to deal with the wing tips (more expensive but easier when you are in a hurry). I used the deep fryer so I could maintain the heat better. Delicious. Better than KFC, or any bar wings for that matter.
Member since: Aug 19, 2013
Melicious August 28, 2013 REVIEW:
These were delicious. I only floured twice as others suggested and I also seasoned the raw chicken with seasoned salt and pepper before flouring and dipping. I used Kraft Hot BBQ sauce because it was all I had in stock. I ended up having to use about half a cup of honey because it wasn't sweet enough to me. I had 2/3 the wings requested and the bottle of sauce plus honey just barely was enough so if you do the full recipe amount of wings you may want to have a little extra sauce on standby just in case. If you like KFC you'll love these, very similar in taste and texture.
Guest Foodie July 2, 2013 REVIEW:
KC Masterpiece is the key to this recipe. Don't try any other brand of barbecue sauce. These wings are our favorite!
ted23 October 20, 2012 REVIEW:
I loved the wings, they tasted great.
The batter was excellent but could have used as little bit more seasoning but over all was great. I encourage others to try it.
Yaz August 5, 2012 REVIEW:
i was hesitant at first but this is a great easy recipe. always looking for simple recipes that taste great and this DEFINITELY lives up to that!!!
jenny January 23, 2011 REVIEW:
just tried it. its the 1st dish ive ever made since im 16 and it came out amazing! thanks!
yoopergirl October 26, 2008 REVIEW:
I finally got around to making these. They were delicious. I too only put two coats of flour on. I did not think of seasoning them before hand but will do so next time.
Mandy August 12, 2008 REVIEW:
Absolutely wonderful!!!! Taste just like KFC's!! I used boneless skinless chicken breast and just cut them up into bite size pieces and it tasted wonderful!!! Also, I consider it very easy to make just a little time consuming but not to bad.
latinamzpanama July 29, 2007 REVIEW:
it was really good, I substituted legs because my wings were frozen.lol. But it still came out great, oh yeah you should definetly season your chicken before you dip it in the batter , i used the three basic meat seasonings, seasoned salt, garlic salt and pepper.
Member since: Aug 6, 2005
airmouse December 31, 2005 REVIEW:
These wings were very good,but I would recommend seasoning the wings before you put them throught the batter.And you really do not need that much of a batter,nor do you need to dip them 4 times. They are way good,just like at KFC.
Member since: Sep 7, 2004
MikeDooley September 7, 2004 REVIEW:
Hi Folks! I really enjoyed these wings and would easily recommend them. I would have given them a 5 but I thought the wet batter needed a little more than what was called for. Next time I will add some salt and pepper to the wet batter. I would also highly recommend not putting four coats of batter on each wing. I only put two coats on mine and they came out finger-licking-good.