Traditional Hot Wings

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Traditional Hot Wings
TraditionalHotWings.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$1200
Prep Type
No HS
Menu Price
$12
Cook Time
?
Burn Time
?
Booster(s)
Stadium Classic Stadium Classic
Detractor(s)
Oh Rats Oh Rats
Super Trashy Food Super Trashy Food
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Extra Prep Extra Prep
Origin
United States

Traditional Hot Wings is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Description[edit | edit source]

Hot wings are unbreaded chicken wings that are fried and then covered in hot sauce. Hot wings are a staple in many American-cuisine restaurants and are consumed by the millions during large sporting events.

Because of their close association with sporting event viewing parties, hot wings were once considered one of the most dangerous non-poisonous foods on the planet. Experts suggested that when alcohol and a passion for one's team to claim victory are mixed in with a group setting with hot wings, the probability of someone starting a dangerous fight over the last wing, choking on a wing, or slipping and falling on the wings dripping hot sauce are 99.9%. also known as almost completely expected. Because of this, the government's top food scientists created the Boneless Buffalo Wing in 1974, a godsend for drunken sports goers everywhere.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

PurplePage.png Stage 1 Purple

Dunk
Trad. Wings
BLS. Wings




PurplePage.png Stage 2 Purple

Spices
S. Asian
Tangy Sauce
Hot Sauce

BBQ Sauce
Extreme Heat
Teriyaki
Parmesan

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Wings
Toss & Mix




Recipes[edit | edit source]

Every Traditional Hot Wings order is custom, you cannot learn the recipe.

Cooking this Food has two steps.

Step 1 - Initial Prep:
PurplePage.png Trad. Wings or BLS. Wings PurplePage.png Dunk

Step 2 - Custom Trad. Wings Order:
PurplePage.png Spices PurplePage.png Any Sauce RedPage.png Wings RedPage.png Toss & Mix

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Traditional Hot Wings and Baked Hot Wings have the same recipes, however the cooking method is slightly different.