2 lbs chicken wings (separated at the joint and wing tips clipped off)
2 cups Buffalo Wing sauce*
2 tablespoons Wondra flour
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
canola oil for frying
to serve: blue cheese dressing and celery sticks
Sprinkle both sides of each wing part with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper and the flour. Set aside. Heat 2 inches oil to 350 degrees in a very large, heavy pot or frying pan. You can test the oil by inserting a chopstick straight down into the oil. If the oil is hot enough bubbles will form vigorously up the chopstick. When the oil is hot enough put all the wings in at once. Carefully stir the wings so they do not stick together. Cook until they are golden brown, and then continue to cook them a couple of minutes more. Under cooked wings can be unpleasantly chewy. Scoop wings out and put into a large bowl and toss with the wing sauce. Serve immediately with generous servings of blue cheese dressing and celery. Lots of napkins couldn't hurt either.
*We use one cup of Anchor Bar Hotter Buffalo Wing Sauce and one cup Anchor Bar Suicidal Buffalo Wing sauce whisked together. The Hotter has a better flavor but the Suicidal is really hot so together they make the perfect sauce! You can find it at your local grocery store and I bet the Anchor Bar website would also sell it.