3-Ingredient Sweet & Spicy Winger’s Chicken

That’s right–only three ingredients and mere minutes required for this restaurant-quality chicken!

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Ever been to Winger’s restaurant? If so, you are in for a money-saving and tummy-pleasing treat with this recipe. If not, try this recipe NOW, because you are really missing out!

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Here are the three ingredients you need to make it:

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THE RECIPE:

1/3 cup Frank’s Red Hot Sauce

1 and 1/2 cups brown sugar

4 tablespoons of water, divided

sundaysupper**Instructions: Bake the chicken strips as instructed on the package. Combine hot sauce, brown sugar, and TWO tablespoons of water in a sauce pan. Stir and cook over medium-high heat until it just begins to boil. Immediately remove from heat an d stir in the last two tablespoons of water, to reduce bubbling.

Pour half the sauce over 5-8 pieces of chicken; toss repeatedly in the sauce until well-coated. Add more sauce as needed. Store remaining sauce in a glass jar (it microwaves up beautifully for the days you want to make this as a quick snack!).

This can be eaten plain, or rolled in a wrap with veggies and ranch (it tastes AWESOME paired with ranch! My children prefer it this way because the ranch cools the spiciness).

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(Note: I also LOVE this chicken sliced and laid atop a nice garden salad, with ranch on top, of course!)

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