How to Eat Blazing Wings

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Undercooked wings won't release their bones easily.

Spicy foods like blazing chicken wings make the perfect appetizer or party food. The sauce of these mini chicken pieces makes for a messy meal, but there is a neater way to eat this hot treat. Don't eat your hot wings right off the bone -- pull the flavorful meat away and have cooling condiments ready for heat relief. Cooling dips bring down the heat factor and make eating your chicken a little easier.

Things You'll Need

  • Blue cheese or ranch dressing
  • Yogurt or sour cream
  • Small bowl
  • Paper towels
  • Iced drink
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Instructions

    • 1

      Pour ranch or blue cheese dressing into a small bowl. Plain yogurt or sour cream make good dips, too.

    • 2

      Pick up the flat chicken wing, positioning the larger end of the wing to the right. Pull the cartilage plug out of the chicken tip.

    • 3

      Grasp the lower skinny chicken bone and tug the bone out. You may need to twist the bone slightly before it releases.

    • 4

      Hold the skinny or left end of the wing tightly while pulling the remaining large bone out. Pull and twist the bone out.

    • 5

      Dip the remaining skin and meat in your cooling condiment. Eat the blazing meat and follow it up with your favorite drink.

Tips & Warnings

  • Children may not enjoy blazing hot wings.

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References

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