Homemade Wingstop Fries Recipe + 2 Bonus Wings Recipes!

Wingstop is most famous for its sumptuous and flavorful wings, which are available in a variety of choices. Whether you like them hot or mild, seasoned or classic, you’ll find a batch that’s just right for your taste buds.

But these aren’t the only offerings from their menu that’s gotten the attention of food lovers across the country. Wingstop fries are also a crowd pleaser. Side dish or not, these are definitely a unique feat that you should try to recreate at home.

Wingstop Fries Recipe: Do It Yourself!

One of the best things about doing your own versions of popular food items is that you can do it whenever you want to. Using just the ingredients that you want and have in your pantry, you can create this masterpiece on your own. Fortunately, this Wingstop fries recipe is pretty easy and straightforward. The secret behind the success of these fries? Sweetness.

With this in mind, it’s easy to deduce that the secret ingredient is sugar. So go on and try this recipe at home.

  • 4 potatoes, sliced into fries
  • Seasoned salt
  • Granulated sugar
  • Vegetable oil

1. Heat up some oil in your deep fryer. Set the deep fryer to 320 degrees. If you don’t have one, a simple frying pan or wok that’s deep enough to hold and submerge your fries will do.

2. Once the potatoes are sliced and ready, throw them into the fryer basket or pan. Make sure the fries are not overcrowded. Leave enough room for them to cook through without sticking to each other.

3. Cook until the fries are golden brown. This should only take about 3-4 minutes.

4. When they are cooked, place them on a dish or plate that is lined up with paper towels. These will help soak up any excess grease. Alternatively, you can place the fries on a colander or strainer to let the excess oil drip away.

5. Next, season your fries with seasoned salt first. Follow this with a pinch of sugar.

  • To avoid browning or bruising of your potatoes while you are slicing them, you can submerge them in a bowl of cold water (or water with some ice cubes). Keep them there until you are done slicing and ready to proceed with cooking.
  • You can use any type of potatoes that you prefer. You can keep the skin or peel it off - it’s all a matter of personal preference.
  • A pinch of sugar can be sufficient for this recipe, but as always, you can modify the amount of sugar or salt as you like. Make it saltier or sweeter if you prefer. You are the boss of your own kitchen!

Bonus Recipes: Wingstop Wings!

While we’re on a Wingstop vibe, let’s continue with a couple more of its most famous offerings. These are great for simple dinners and lunches, but can also entertain a crowd if you’re having people over your house. Pair these with your Wingstop fries from the recipe mentioned above, and you’re good to go!

For these recipes, it’s best to use a deep fryer that is big enough to hold all the wings that you want to cook. Otherwise, you’ll have to do separate batches to ensure each wing is cooked perfectly. While deep fryers are convenient, conventional frying pans or woks can do the job, too. For these dishes, you’ll need to prepare ample amounts of vegetable or canola oil to fry the wings.

Wingstop Barbeque Wings

  • Fresh chicken wings, disjointed
  • Vegetable or canola oil
  • Barbecue sauce

1. Preheat your oil at the fryer at 350 degrees.

2. Once ready, drop your chicken wings into the fryer basket or pan.

3. Deep fry for 9 minutes. Make sure there is enough space and that the wings won’t touch each other.

4. Once done, take out the wings and let them drain on the basket for 20 seconds. You can also use a regular strainer or colander for this.

5. Place your wings in a big bowl and mix in about 1 1/2 oz of your choice of barbecue sauce (good for ten wings). Toss them well and make sure they are fully coated.

6. Serve these wings while hot. Pair with Wingstop fries and cold drinks.

Wingstop Mild to Hot Wings

  • Fresh chicken wings, disjointed
  • 1/3 cup low salt butter
  • 1/2 cayenne pepper sauce
  • Vegetable oil

1. Melt butter in a saucepan over low heat.

2. Add cayenne pepper sauce and stir. Do a taste test. If it’s too hot, add more butter.

3. Let this mixture rest at room temperature.

4. Meanwhile, cook your wings: in a preheated (350 degrees) fryer, drop the wings into hot oil. Cook them for 9 minutes.

5. Once done, remove them and drain any excess oil.

6. Transfer wings to a bowl and coat with the sauce you made earlier. Toss thoroughly.

7. Serve while hot, best with Wingstop fries.

These are the best approximations to the famous Wingstop fries recipe that you can try at home. If you’re up for it, you can go further and cook some of its iconic chicken wings, whether you like them hot or not - very easy recipes, right in the comfort of your own kitchen!

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 0 comments

Leave a Reply: