Breading wings like Hooters does it is a cinch if you know what you are doing. Part of the Hooters wing recipe involves breading the wings. At Hooters, you can have your wings breaded or naked. If you like your wings breaded, here is how to do it.

The easiest way to bread wings Hooters style is to mix your breading in a gallon sized plastic freezer or storage bag with a zipper closure. Keep your measuring cup handy. You're going to need it.

Here's the breading recipe. In your bag, mix: Two cups of flour, one tablespoon of salt, one tablespoon of course ground pepper, two tablespoons of garlic powder, and one tablespoon of paprika.

Next, seal your Ziploc bag and shake the mixture until it is mixed thoroughly. This mixture will keep forever, so you can mix up a year's supply at once if you like.

Now get a bowl, crack two or three eggs into it, and mix them up with a fork. Start by breaking the yolks, then vigorously whip those suckers with your fork until they are a uniform yellow color all the way through.

Put your wing sections into the bowl and make sure they are completely coated with egg. Drop your coated wings into the Zipper bag with your breading mixture. Close the bag, but leave some air in it. Now just shake the bag until the wings are completely coated with breading. I like to do this over the kitchen sink just in case the zipper comes open a little bit or any other unforseen tragedy happens.

Your wings are now breaded like Hooters does it! They are ready for the fryer!

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