Wicked Chicken


Wicked Chicken (Wicked *Good* Chicken)

Wicked Chicken – As in Wicked Good Chicken! And the saying “wicked” is very much a New Hampshire thing, and that just happens to be where we live 🙂

These chicken nuggets are like candy! A little sweet, a little spicy, a little sticky & just down right addictive! It’s really easy to make, too!

For the sauce you need:

  • 1 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup Frank’s RedHot Sauce (this is a MUST!)
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp water
  • Throw all of the ingredients into a small sauce pan, stirring to remove lumps from the brown sugar.
  • Let it come to a simmer and it will start to boil up, be careful not to let it boil overWicked Chicken Sauce
  • Let it simmer for a few minutes.
  • Take off of heat and let it set while you are getting your chicken ready*
  • I use a 29 oz bag of frozen Perdue Chicken Breast Nuggets
  • Spread nuggets evenly on a metal cookie sheet
  • Bake them at 425 for 13 minutes
  • Carefully remove from oven and flip the nuggets over & put back into the oven for 5-8 minutes longer
  • Remove from oven & get your sauce ready.
    *If sauce has thickened, just put back on the heat for a minute to loosen up
  • Pour the sauce into a large bowl.
  • Using tongs, grab some chicken nuggets and toss them in the sauce, a few at a time. Put coated chicken back onto the cookie sheet
  • Now you could dig in at this time BUT I highly recommend giving the nuggets a good drizzle of Ranch Dressing!
    I just happen to have a delicious recipe for Ranch Dressing  🙂
    You can also serve the ranch on the side for dipping!Wicked Chicken & Ranch Dressing
  • You could use this Wicked Good sauce on  your favorite baked or fried chicken nuggets and tenders.
  • It makes a delicious sandwich, too!
    Take crispy chicken patties, coat them in the sauce. Top with ranch dressing, american cheese & lots of iceburg lettuce
  • This post is not sponsored by Franks RedHot Sauce or Perdue Chicken – Just my personal preferences!!!
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