Yummy!!!! Chicken Wings Recipe made with Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce PLUS GIVEAWAY!!!

Have you ever used Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce?
If not, what are you waiting for? Seriously! I love wings. You wanna know where the best wings are and in what town….I know! I love chicken wings…and they MUST have the bones in because I don’t want no chicken finger in plain sauce. I want a good wing with some great sauce that has just the right amount of zing.
I don’t even care about eating them in public. I have found the way to dig in and still make sure you don’t become the entertainment of the night. As we know there really isn’t any “neat” way to eat a chicken wing LOL!

So, I’ll be honest when I first received the 2 bottles of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce I almost went with a different recipe, since I wasn’t sure if it could live up to my standards LOL. They sent me a pamphlet with some really great recipes on it (can find even more on their site). I knew if the wings were stand out I’d be disappointed.
Well, Let me tell you….No disappointment here. NONE. This sauce has such a great zing to it while not burning off your mouth as some tend to focus on the burn and not the zing. Now don’t confuse me this is more of a BBQ flavor not a hot/mild type sauce.

Wanna try the great recipe I made?
For the complete recipe click here.
(4 cups flour, granulated garlic,

Take your wings out of the packaging and place them in a strainer and rinse them well. Place on a plate and set aside. (Put your oil in your pan though so it can start warming…remember the key is wait until it smokes!)

Combine the dry ingredients into a plastic bag. I used a freezer sized one.
I didn’t have any granulated garlic so I used garlic powder….if you plan on substituting its half the amount. Take a few chicken wings and shake them well inside. I did about 5-6 at a time.
Once the oil is smoking- place your wings in the oil. Be careful it’s going to splatter and if it gets you- it hurts! I strongly advise any small children NOT be present.
Cook until golden brown….about 6-10 minutes.
Remove and place on a few paper towel to remove any excess grease.

In a separate bowl; pour some of the Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce. Place chicken wings in and stir. I used a brush too to make sure I got every nook & cranny!
They look good, huh? I know you’re drooling!
There’s a reason this sauce has been around for over 30 years!

Oh, and what did the 8 year old chicken hating I’m too picky to eat anything boy say?
Delicious” “Can I have more?” No lie! My boy who absolutely refuses to eat chicken downed 9, yes 9 of these wings down!!! Yuppers, mom didn’t have him change out of his nice white turtle neck and she should have!!! Oh and note*** Use damp wash clothes, you’ll never get anywhere but messier with napkins! For a treat warm them 🙂

Wanna know the best Part?
Country Bob’s is giving away a bottle each to 2 of my readers. Yes 2 of my readers! So now you can make these finger lickin’ good wings of your own!

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  1. http://The%20Pink%20Potpourri says

    i can’t wait to try this recipe! i’m not entering to win…i already won a bottle on another giveaway, so i want someone else to have a chance, but i can’t wait to try those wings! thanks for sharing!

  2. http://dan says

    Great post.
    Detail explanation.
    It’s look so easy and so delicious.


  3. http://Sue says

    This recipe looks good: Spicy Orange Country Bob Beef Kabobs

  4. http://Sue says

    I’m following your blog.

  5. http://Sue says

    I'm following you on Twitter & posted tweet about giveaway:

  6. http://Susan says

    OMGoodness! Those look so good! I am all for new recipes for the fam!! Thanks for sharing:)

  7. http://Susan says

    Okay, I LOVE baked beans and I always offer to bring them to our family get togethers…I would love to try Country Bob's Baked Bean Recipe and blow my family away:) I am already a follower! I have completed #1 & #2, but I am not sure how to do #3 … forgive me, I'm still new at blogging:) Thanks!

  8. http://My%20Home%20-%20My%20Life says

    MMM they look so so so good!

  9. http://Tj%20and%20Amy says

    would love to try it on the french sliced beef. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  10. http://Barbara%20Lil%20Dab%20Designs says

    I would try the BBQ lamb kabobs I love lamb!!

  11. http://NHmommy says

    spicy meatloaf supreme..hubby loves meatloaf

  12. http://NHmommy says

    i am a follower now!

  13. http://cdziuba says

    The Country Bob’s Baked Beans sound great!!!!!!!!

  14. http://cdziuba says

    I follow you on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted: http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/1389557884

  15. http://minishoes says

    The burger cassorole sounds yummy! There a good chose of recipes and the wings look good you cooked. thanks jacquecurl@gmail.com

  16. http://minishoes says

    I all ready follow your blog. jacquecurl@gmail.com

  17. http://Tumbleweed%20Trails says

    The sauce sounds so so yummy, it’s making me hungry already. I would love to try the sauce with the BBQ Spareribs recipe.


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  18. http://valerie2350 says

    buffalo wings 🙂

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  22. http://shopannies says

    I like the sausage ball recipe

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  25. http://madmad59 says

    french sliced beef, would be my favorite. madly59 onlyjoy1959@yahoo.com

  26. http://madmad59 says

    I am a subscriber. madly59 onlyjoy1959@yahoo.com

  27. http://madmad59 says

    I follow on twitter and I posted a link with picture. madly59 onlyjoy1959@yahoo.com

  28. http://silverhartgirl says

    i would like to try the
    Country Bob’s Fantastic Baked Beans

  29. http://dctm says

    beef stew sounds yummy

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  30. http://Beth says

    I’d like to try the Country Kabobs

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