Buffalo Wings / Hot n Spicy Fried Wings

Buffalo Wings / Hot n Spicy Fried Wings

Hot Chicken Wings:

Cornish Hen Wings. Fried Wings. Rock Cornish Hen – Buffalo Wings. Hot & Spicy Wings.

Well, everyone knows that Buffalo doesn’t have wings, yet the name traces its origin to Buffalo(name of a place)in New York. The first recipe was created with left over chicken wings. Later the recipe underwent series of change, ever since. Now I could relate this spicy fried hot wings to my own Indian style of cooking. The special kick of this recipe comes from Southern hot-sauce (the Louisiana Hot Sauce), a perfect blend of hot peppers and vinegar.

After holidays its common to have lots of leftover in the fridge…staring at you! Especially when it comes to chicken wings, flaky fish or cocktail shrimps…I would like to work on it. I don’t like wasting food, I try to fix them…create a new innovative dish & present!

If the meat/fish was lying there for really long time(but yet not spoiled)if it perfect for consumption…my idea will either pan-frying or deep frying. It brings up the flavor & makes them crispy. Also adding vinegar/lemon juice will allow them to stay firm. Dusting flour could help holding up too. When we add a little extra-spice(than usual)no one could actually notice…that these were only a fix recipe!!! So one of my such fix recipe is this ‘Rock Cornish Hen Spicy Fried Wings’, TaDa…


Left over Rock Cornish Hen Wings 8-12
Chili powder 1/2 spoon
Paprika powder 1/2 spoon
Louisiana Hot Sauce 1 spoons
Soy Sauce 1 spoons
Green chili Sauce 1 spoon
Tomato Sauce 4-6 spoons
White Vinegar 1 table spoon
Peanut oil for deep frying
Vegetable oil for stir-frying 1/2 table spoon.


Marinate wings with salt, vinegar, chili and paprika powders. Maybe for at least 2 whole hours.

Then deep fry them till crisp and golden brown.

Now in a separate stir-fry pan, heat oil. Add these fried wings and add all the sauces mentioned above. Saute them real good.

Once all the sauces coat up well and no moisture left in the pan, its perfect to transfer.

Arrange them in your salad tray or serve as appetizers.


23 Responses so far.

  1. Asha says:

    Yum!! I baked 2 Cornish hens for Thanksgiving too, love the flavor. These are excellent for Super Bowl night!!:))

  2. Pallavi says:

    Wow Malar.. They look so delicious.. !!

  3. Droolllllll..Awesome..try making Lollipops next time,with the wings..:)

  4. Ann says:

    I have some leftovers too..the wings looks awesome..feel like grabing one..

  5. Vij says:

    Mouthe watering post! yummy!

  6. homecooked says:

    The wings look so yummy! Delicious!

  7. Ohhhhh, that is TEMPTATION!!! Yummy yummy, it looks delicious and hot!

  8. wow….they are inviting..send me a plate……….yummy.do check my handicrafts blog………join in the event pass ur suggestions

  9. Wow hot, spicy and juicy recipe….

  10. merajugr8 says:

    Lovely fry Malar:) Much useful a tip to utilize the leftovers.

  11. They look so delicious, I love the array of spices and sauces used here, The paprika must have given it the gorgeous red color. I should make this one instead of the usual chicken-65 I make for weekends….

  12. Yasmeen says:

    mmm spicy,love the gorgeous dark color of the wings,its a bite of heaven for chicken-lovers:)

  13. hey that plate looks gr8 with beautiful presentation. very nice click.

  14. Ann says:

    Malar dear,
    Plz accept my appreciation from here; http://thepassionatecookinme.blogspot.com/

  15. Dibs says:

    just the kind of dish my hubby will love! Thanks for the recipe.

  16. Viki Xavier. says:

    what a feast to my eyes! Shall I get one piece:) lovely arrangement Malar.

  17. Navita says:

    great best out of waste scene…i agree with u wholeheartedly!

    hey one more thing yaar, correct ur age Malar..it shows 252 on ur profile …;p

  18. Ana Powell says:

    Hi Malar
    Great spices, these wings must have been super tasty.
    I kept your recipe.
    Have a great weekend x

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  20. Elra says:

    What a delicious recipe. I love using cornish hen as well. They are tastier and less fatty for sure.

  21. n33ma says:

    These look so delicious!!!!!!!!!I want some right now.

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