Hot and spicy buffalo wings are baked in the oven are ultra crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
These wings are loaded with just the right amount of flavor, texture and coated with a buttery Buffalo sauce that is out of this world!
I’ve shared a few “buffalo” recipes in the past but this is by far my favorite. These buffalo chicken wings are hot and spicy and are perfect for dinner, a get-together, or simply when you are in the mood for something spicy.
They are baked NOT fried. Yes, I did say not fried! These wings are first simmered in a hot and spicy mixture then baked to perfection. Buffalo wings are actually one of the very few things that actually taste better baked!
How to Make Baked Buffalo Wings
To make these delicious wings, gather all your ingredients and being by simmering the wings in the chicken broth, hot sauce, butter, and spices.
Next, transfer the wings to a pre-heated oven and bake until super crispy on the outside and juicy tender on the inside. Lastly, return the wings to the sauce to finish off.
To make the wings a little less spicy cut the hot sauce in half and substitute the other half with marinara sauce.
Serve with a side of ranch, blue cheese, or your favorite dipping sauce and enjoy!
Hot and Spicy Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings
- Heat oven to 450 degrees F. Coat a rimmed baking sheet with cooking spray or lightly brush with oil.
- To deep pan or skillet; add chicken broth, hot sauce, paprika, and butter, bring to a simmer over medium heat. Add the chicken and simmer for 15 minutes. Transfer the wings to the prepared baking sheet and arrange in a single layer. Reserve the sauce in the pan.
- Bake the wings in the upper rack, turn once after 15 minutes then allow to bake for an additional 15 minutes or until the skin is golden brown. Meanwhile, simmer the reserved sauce over medium-low heat until slightly thickened, about 10-12 minutes.
- Return the wings to the skillet and toss with the remaining sauce. Serve the wings with the blue cheese dip and celery.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.