Easy Recipes For My Buffalo Wings Dinner

Happy Sunday to you! 😀

Ah, don’t we just love the weekends? 😆

Here are the recipes for the “Buffalo Wings” dinner that I had made for my family last Monday – we had Buffalo Wings, Coleslaw and Roasted Potato Wedges. The last time I made Buffalo Wings was during the Soccer World Cup Finals as finger foods to munch on. This chicken wings recipe was adapted from “restaurants’ copycat recipes” HERE as my family simply love Friday’s Restaurant’s Appetiser Platter which consists of Buffalo Wings, Loaded Potato Skins, and Fried Mozzarella Cheese Sticks.

My plate of Buffalo Wings, Coleslaw and Roasted Potato Wedges with a dash of Tabasco sauce on the right side

Buffalo Wings Recipe

Ingredients & Method –

2 kgs of large chicken wings, separated into wings and drummettes, washed and pat dry with paper kitchen towels

2 tsps of black pepper

1 tbsp salt

2 tbsps soy sauce (I added soy sauce because if the chicken is not fresh and have been sitting on the shelves in the supermarkets, it loses its flavour somewhat)

*** Mix all the ingredients above in a large bowl and rub them thoroughly into the chicken wings. Be sure to massage the wings for a few minutes so that meat will be rich with flavours. Set marinated chicken pieces aside for a few hours in the fridge and bring them back to room temperature before deep frying.

Marinated Chicken Wings

Just before frying, add in 1 cup of cornstarch and coat chicken evenly with it. Deep fry chicken in batches ……

… until they are cooked and golden in colour like this …

Set the cooked chicken wings aside and prepare the sauce, where you will need …

1 bottle of your favourite Barbeque Sauce ……

… you can add in the Tabasco Sauce to make spicy Buffalo Wings, or have it on the side for dipping the wings into, which was what I did for my family since my eldest daughter can’t take spicy food …

To prepare the sauce – melt 1/4 cup of butter in a pan, pour in the whole bottle of Barbeque Sauce and mix thoroughly ….

When the sauce comes to a boil, turn off the fire and coat chicken wings evenly like this –

Voila! Buffalo Wings! 😀

Note – If you like a bit more sauce, you can add a little water (like 1/4 cup), some brown sugar, mustard, and tomato ketchup. 😉

Roasted Potato Wedges

Just before you start frying the chicken wings, prepare the potatoes –

*** have some potatoes (about 1 kg) srubbed clean and then cut into wedges. I like their skin on.

*** in a pan, heat up 2 tbsps of olive oil, drop in some crushed whole garlics….after 1 minute, add in 1/2 cup of water, 1 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of paprika, some parsley flakes, and pepper.

*** put in the potato wedges and stir thoroughly before putting a lid on the pan. Boil/Steam potatoes for about 3 – 5 minutes until the water is almost dry.

*** pour into a baking tray and roast in the oven (preheated to 360 degrees Fahrenheit or 180 degrees Celcius) for about 50 minutes ….

Potato Wedges roasting in the oven …


Ingredients & Method –

1 small head of cabbage

1 small carrot

1 large onion, peeled

1 cup mayonnaise

lemon juice, salt and pepper, sugar

*** thinly slice cabbage, carrot and onion. Put in a large bowl.

*** mix in the mayonnaise and adjust the taste according to your preference with lemon juice, salt, sugar and pepper. (I ran out of lemons and I used the water from my bottle of dill pickles – tastes terrific, too). Stir thoroughly, cover with cling film, and refrigerate for at least 1/2 hour (it tastes better over time).

There you have it – your very own Buffalo Wing meal ! ===>

Bon Appetit! 😀


6 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    rozalia said,

    Te pup, dear choesf ! 🙂

    Both me and my husband shall love this racipe: Dan is a big fan of chicken wings and I like Caleslaw very much . Thanks for sharing.



  2. 2

    yen1908 said,

    Hi choesf

    Wow, luckily for me I just had my dinner otherwise would become very hungry looking at those lovely pictures! Oh, i did not know that coleslaw is that easy to make har! Thanks 🙂 🙂 🙂

    take care


  3. 3

    sweetrosie said,

    Beautiful meal choesf 🙂 I was intrigued by the recipe – it’s a new take for me, deep-frying the wings first, I can’t wait to try it.

    Beautiful photos 🙂

    Have a lovely week dear choesf

    with love & hugs


  4. 4

    happyhomemaker88 said,

    Hello there, dear ladies! 😀

    Thank you all for your lovely comments! 😀

    This is a really easy and yet delicious recipe – I like to make this as a party or finger food and my famiily would have bags of potato chips and bottles of soda pop to go with that. 😆

    Oh, I forgot to mention that we also dip the chicken wings, some celery and cucumber sticks into sour cream, too!

    I did consider baking the wings instead of deep frying them, but I felt that the fried version would taste more aromatic. 😉

    I hope you will get to enjoy your own Buffalo Wings soon!

    Good night and sweet dreams from KL!

    With love and hugs,

    choesf 😀

    P.S. Yes, yen, coleslaw is that easy to make and I usally will have a large portion of it as it is very healthy and cooling for the body system. 😉 This is a good way for my kids to have raw vegerables, too!


  5. 5

    rozalia said,

    Dear choesf! 🙂

    Being in a period of fast before Easter, Dan roasted potato with coleslaw for today. It was great without meat too.

    Te pup,rose xx


  6. 6

    happyhomemaker88 said,

    Wow, Dan is becoming a very good cook at home! Lucky you, dearest Rose! 😆 I’m sure this vegetarian meal was great, too!

    Many te pups back,

    choesf 😀


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