Spice It Up - Buffalo Wings with a Blue Cheese Dressing

I must admit I am a sucker for LOVE. The romance, looking into each others eyes and the random I Love You's makes me all giddy inside. Since Valentine's Day is just around the corner I thought I would change my outlook on LOVE. Instead of making something sweet, I decided on something Spicy. These Buffalo Wings with a delicious Blue Cheese Dressing will WOO any Man. Its spicy and delicious. It'll probably put a spring in his step.. Now to find myself a man to WOO ahahahaha..

Blue Cheese Dressing
Adapted from The Barefoot Contessa

120 grams blue cheese (I used Danish Blue)
1 cup whole egg mayonnaise
½ cup light sour cream
1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper to taste
½ teaspoon cider vinegar

1. In a food processor, add all the ingredients and pulse until well combined.
2. Set the blue cheese dressing aside in the fridge until you are ready to use it.

I am a big fan of blue cheese so I normally make sure that the dressing is a little chunky. If you want a smooth dressing just blitz in the food processor until all the chunks of blue cheese have disappeared. This dressing tends to get a little too thick. Add about a teaspoon of skim milk to loosen the dressing before serving with the Buffalo Wings. 

Tip: If you are not a fan of Blue Cheese, why not try making it with an Ash Brie or even Goats Cheese works.

Buffalo Wings

12 chicken wings
½ cup flour
1 teaspoon garlic salt
1 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoon tabasco (use 1 tablespoon if you don't want them too hot)
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
125 grams butter
1 teaspoon tomato sauce (for colour)
1 teaspoon red chilli flakes (optional)
1 teaspoon salt
oil for deep-frying

1. With a sharp knife, cut the wing tips of the chicken. Cut through the chicken from the elbow joint. This should give you a mini drumstick and a wing. You should now have 24 pieces of chicken. Dry the chicken with some paper towels.

2. In a large zip lock bag, add the garlic powder, pepper and flour. Seal and shake to mix the ingredients together.  Take the chicken and add it to the seasoned flour.

3. Heat some oil in your deep fryer. Cook the chicken in batches until they are golden brown. Set aside in the oven, set to low to keep them warm.

4. In a small saucepan, add the butter, salt, cayenne pepper, tabasco and tomato sauce together. Heat until the butter is melted, whisking constantly on a medium heat. Don’t let the sauce boil.

5. Put the warm chicken wings in a deep heatproof bowl. Add the sauce to the wings and gently mix using a pair of tongs.  Set aside to cool slightly. This will allow the hot sauce to be absorbed into the chicken wings.

Serve the wings with some celery sticks and blue cheese dressing.

These wings are delicious. Perfect for a loved one or just for a party. You can make them a little less naughty by putting them in the oven instead of deep frying... Enjoy..

peachkins (February 05, 2011)  

You know, I'm actually craving for this!

Conor @ Hold the Beef (February 05, 2011)  

Perfect for spicing things up in every aspect I imagine? I think being naughty and frying them goes with the theme quite nicely too ;)

Trissa (February 05, 2011)  

OMG! I have some blue cheese leftover that I didn't know what to do with it! I was so craving for something moreish like this!

Amy @ cookbookmaniac (February 05, 2011)  

I tried to make buffalo wings with blue cheese once and utterly failed. I am so hopeless with deep frying. I either burn the food or burn myself. These look so delicious!

Cherrie Pie (February 05, 2011)  

this is making me hungry. noms! i love blue cheese dressing

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Angie Lives to Eat (and Cook)! (February 06, 2011)  

Whenever I hear of buffalo wings it takes me back to that reality show that Jessica Simpson did, and she questions wether buffalo wings actually come from buffalos... haha. I gotta say, these look like some mighty delicious buffalos! =D

OohLookBel (February 06, 2011)  

Well, the way to a man's heart is definitely through his stomach! Gosh, blue cheese dressing would be fantastic on *anything* but especially wingssss!

eatmarvin (February 07, 2011)  

Hi Kath! I love Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Dressing! Very good recipe. Perfect for tomorrow's SuperBowl!

chocolatesuze (February 07, 2011)  

eeee your buffalo wings looks amaaaazing!

Helen (Grab Your Fork) (February 07, 2011)  

Yum I love buffalo wings! It's all about the blue cheese sauce and that tasty blue cheese dip!

Trisha (February 07, 2011)  

I love the Barefoot Contessa! I'm not a fan of blue cheese but bloody hell those wings look awesome!

sara @ Belly Rumbles (February 07, 2011)  

So many are Superbowl crazy at the moment, talk about the perfect dishes for that.

Forager @ The Gourmet Forager (February 11, 2011)  

Delicious - I love buffalo wings. Spicy, tangy, sticky, pungent - what's not to love? And perfect spicy treat for Valentine's Day - I agree!

++MIRA++ (February 14, 2011)  

wingssss wingsss...i love me some spicy wings! beats the typical chocolate cake.

wendy @ Obesebaby (February 15, 2011)  

awsome i was looking for a good bufflo wing recipe, wonder if i could combine ingredent and bake them instead?

Jenniffer (February 16, 2011)  

Just found your blog. You have mad cooking and photography skills! Those wings are making my mouth water!!

Sweetened by Kagi (February 16, 2011)  

This lokos so delicious! I am going to bookmark this post and try it sometime this weekend :)
I randomly stumbled upon your blog and I LOVE IT!!! I am your newest follower, I hope you can follow me too! I look forward to reading your future posts :)


Diana (February 19, 2011)  

I don't eat meat, but my husband loves it, so this is a great thing to make for him.. i am sure i can come up with some kind of vegetarian alternative. Luckily we both love seafood, so we enjoyed a romantic valentines dinner with a medley of seafood!

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) (February 22, 2011)  

Great finger foods for today weather.

Gianna@TheEmptyFridge (February 23, 2011)  

I've been hanging for you to post this recipe up Kath! Hubba Hubba indeed - this looks so good and I cant wait to try the recipe

Brendan (March 04, 2011)  

Buffalo wings are so cute, and your presentation with the crispy celery is inspired! Can't help thinking of Jessica Simpson and her musings on the origin of buffalo wings...

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (March 07, 2011)  

Where do you buy buffalo from? Haha just kidding! Jessica Simpson joke :P

kathleen (March 15, 2011)  


Good Day,I really enjoyed reading your post.Very informative.I'll come back soon to read your post.


Julie (March 27, 2011)  

blue cheese dressing >_< you win my heart already!

Sweets By Vicky (April 05, 2011)  

I love how blue cheese dip manages to skillfully offset the heat from the Buffalo wings but never dull the amazing flavour. MMMM.

Nicole @ It's Feeding Time at the Zoo (June 13, 2011)  

I have to make these for my husband, he's obsessed with Buffalo wings and insists that there are no good ones to be found in Sydney. Maybe we could make them at home! Thanks for the recipe

Nicholas C (August 12, 2013)  

Tried this one out and it is as good as it looks. Thanks for the blog the chicken wings and awesome blue cheese sauce will become a regular dish in my house.

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