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Honey Butter Ranch Wangz

What up tho fam?! It's been a while. I do apologize, but I'm back to share with you some a new recipe. You better believe that I have a good one for you in this blog too. I'm sure you clicked on the link just because of the title. Let me tell you, these wangz taste as good as they sound! They feature the brand new ranch powder that's available in the online store right now! So after you get this recipe you might want to go on and cop that ranch powder so you can try this for your self.



Now, I told y'all before to stop eating those weak ass restaurant wings. All of em have the same flavors and cooked the same way by the same type of employee that probably hates the job, but it pays em good enough to buy a pack of Black n Milds and a fifth of Hennessy on the weekends. I know you want something different; something prepared with passion and a lot of heart and soul. With wangz being my favorite food, I cook them with those exact ingredients, and just about every time I just gotta try to create different flavor. This recipe is nothing short of amazing and so damn gooder that a mug! I was in the kitchen trying to figure out what I could put together that was quick and satisfying. I didn't want to make a trip to the store, so I dug in the pantry and found some ingredients to make them wangz do wtf they do with what I had. Them junts hit HARD! Recipe is below.


Ingredients:

1 lb wing drumettes and flats

1/4 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil (divided)

2 tbsp GTAM Yard Bird Seasoning

1/4 Cup GTAM Ranch Powder

1 tsbp Cayenne pepper


For the Sauce:

3/4 Cup Unsalted Butter (Melted)

3 tbsp Honey

1/4 Cup GTAM Ranch Powder

1 tbsp Cayenne pepper


The Recipe:

  1. Add wings to a mixing bowl and drizzle with 2 tbsp of Extra virgin olive oil.

  2. Add GTAM seasonings and cayenne pepper then tumble until ingredients are well combined.

  3. Coat air fryer with cooking spray and add the wings. Air fry for 12 minutes.

  4. While wings are cooking, prepare the honey butter ranch sauce by melting butter in a bowl then mixing in the honey, GTAM Ranch Powder and cayenne pepper.

  • NOTE: Sauce will thicken as it cools. If it becomes to thick warm it up in the microwave for about 30 seconds

5. After 12 minutes in the air fryer, flip over the wings and drizzle with the remaining olive oil.

Then air fry for an additional 8 minutes

6. Remove wangz from air fryer and drizzle with honey butter ranch sauce while they're

hot.

7. Smash!







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