"My mom gave me this recipe when I got married. She said it was to spice up dinner. She wasn't kidding! These are the best hot wings I have ever had and you will never find anything like them in restaurants! Plus, kids and husbands alike love them!"
Preheat oven to 425 F. Line a baking pan with aluminum foil and grease well with cooking spray.
Mix together Tabasco, melted margarine, and vinegar.
Dredge chicken in ranch mix (may place several wings at a time in a ziploc bag with mix and shake until well-coated). You may want to reserve a small portion.
Dip chicken in Tabasco mixture. For more ranch flavor, sprinkle with extra ranch mix.
Place chicken on greased baking sheet and bake 25-30 minutes or until brown, being sure to turn chicken over periodically so it does not burn. Although, being a slight bit burnt around the edges actually brings out a good bit of flavor.
Tips: Wear gloves during the dredging and dipping. The mix gets very sticky, and the hot sauce can burn if you have any torn cuticles. For extra moist and flavorful chicken, brush with left over hot sauce mixture halfway through baking.
Meal Idea: Serve with ranch dipping sauce, fresh carrots and celery, and a baked potato. Mmmm!