Fat Willy's Slow Cooker Hot Wings (seriously the best wings you'll ever eat)

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I like wings but can't stand it when they are really chewy and hard to get to the meat. I decided to try slow cooking them to make the meat fall of the bone and it works. If you put them in the oven for 30 minutes after slow cooking them they will have a really crispness to them but super tender and fall of the bone every time.

Ingredients

  • Wings (frozen or fresh)
  • Favorite buffalo sauce


Cooking steps. (5hours total)
  • Place wings in slow cooker
  • Pour about a half a cup of the wing sauce over the wings
  • Cook on low for 4 hours
  • Preheat oven for 400*
  • Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray and gently place wings on sheet
  • Place in oven for 30 minutes flipping once half way
  • Be careful as wings are super tender and will fall off the bone
  • Pour remaining wing sauce in bowl
  • Roll your wings in the sauce
  • Serve and eat.
  • Wait for everyone to say they are the best wings you've ever had and why do no restaraunts slow cook their wings.






 

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Yup, will try :bigthumb:

I've also wanted to experiment with ribs in the slow cooker.
 

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Loves wings. Possibly the best food ever. I will try this. Thanks for posting it.
 

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Why do I not have a slow cooker?
 

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I'm going to get one now :rofl:
 

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slow cookers are amazing. if you can manage to throw ingredients into a pot and set a timer, you can't mess it up. There is literally no art to cooking with one unless you start experimenting.

I'll have to give these wings a shot some time willizm
 

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