Hooters Daytona Wings Recipe

Hooters Daytona Wings Recipe

Hooters Daytona wings recipe is a delicious chicken wings recipe. The dish itself is quite simple to follow through. Hooters boneless wings and hooters Daytona sauce are a match made in heaven. That is exactly what it would feel like while eating these.

How to Make Hooters Wings?

These mouthwatering Daytona Beach wings will have you reaching for more. The amazing mix of the spices and the hooters Daytona sauce makes it irresistible to not have more of this dish.

Without further ado, let’s jump to the recipe to see how to make hooters Daytona sauce and wings.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

For the wings

Three pounds of Chicken Wings

Half a cup of all-purpose flour

One tablespoon of Paprika

One teaspoon of Black Pepper

One teaspoon of Salt

For the Sauce

3/4th of a cup of BBQ Sauce

1/4th of a cup of Red Hot Sauce

1/4th of a cup of Honey

Two tablespoons of Brown Sugar

One tablespoon of Garlic powder

One tablespoon of Soy Sauce

1/4th of a teaspoon of Crushed Red Pepper

Method of Preparing the Daytona Wing Step by Step:

Step 1: In a bowl, mix the flour, paprika, salt, and pepper.

Step 2: Toss the wings on the flour mixture and shake off excess. Let rest in the fridge for half an hour.

Step 3: In a pan, mix all the ingredients for the Daytona wing sauce recipe ingredients. Heat up over medium heat. Make sure it comes to a boil. Lower the heat and let simmer. Then take off the stove.

Step 4: Set the grill to preheat at 375˚F.

Step 4: Take the wings out of the freezer and cook on the grill. The wings should be cooked when they turn golden brown.

Step 5: Toss the wings around in the sauce. 

Step 6: Serve and enjoy.


There you have it. The famous hooter’s wings can be made by you at home today, now that you know the recipe. So, try it out. You can enjoy this as an appetizer. Be sure to keep caution on how much spicy level you can really take. These wings are hot and spicy for spice lovers.

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