Sticky Finger Wraps

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    Raise your hand if you love ‘Wingers’ Sticky Fingers as much as I do! …Raise your hand if you have no clue what I’m talking about! lol  Okay, so if you dont, ‘Wingers’ is a popular restaurant chain here in Utah (and I’m sure other states), that is known for their ‘Sticky Sauce’. They drench it over the top of breaded chicken fingers and wings. Mmmmmm It is sooo tasty!

 

   This amazing sauce could not be any easier to make! All you need is some Frank’s Original Hot Sauce ( it has to be Frank’s), brown sugar and water. Yep, that’s it! You heat them up on the stove-top, and then pour it over some breaded chicken. So easy, and super scrumptious! My favorite way to eat them is ‘wrap’ style! I throw in some shredded cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomato, just like ‘Wingers’ does!

 

 
Sticky Chicken Finger Wraps
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/3 cup Frank’s Original Hot Sauce
  2. 1 cup Brown Sugar
  3. 1/4 cup water
  4. 8 breaded Chicken fingers (frozen or from your grocery store's deli)
Wraps
  1. 4 Flour Tortillas (burrito size)
  2. 2 cups Cheddar Cheese, shredded
  3. 1 cup Tomatoes, chopped
  4. 2 cups Lettuce, chopped
Instructions
  1. In a medium saucepan heat the hot sauce, brown sugar and water over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and sauce is heated thoroughly. About 5-10 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand a few minutes to thicken.
  2. For the wraps: *If using frozen chicken fingers, bake according to package directions*
  3. Place cooked chicken fingers in a large tupperware. Pour in the sauce. Seal shut with the lid and shake to coat all chicken fingers.
  4. Place two sauce-coated chicken fingers onto one tortilla. Add desired amount of cheese, lettuce and tomato. Wrap up and serve!
Notes
  1. Yields: 4 wraps
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44 thoughts on “Sticky Finger Wraps

  1. How spicy? I have a 5 year old, and being pregnant I don’t want awful heart burn? They look and sound delish! Maybe a small drizzle of ranch will help 🙂

  2. Victoria- I really did’nt think they were all that spicy. I am not a big fan of way spicy stuff, and I think their great! Just in case, maybe drop the hot sauce down a tablespoon or two. : )

  3. Those looks yummy! I am keeping this in mind, it is a great quick and easy rushed evening meal!

    So glad I discovered your blog! You have lots of great recipes I am excited to try!

  4. Ben and I used to go to the Wingers in Moscow, Idaho, right across the border to our old university Washington State U. I love their sauce – I had NO clue it was so easy to make. Okay I’m sold and making these as a surprise for him. Thanks Lovely!

  5. I had the same question as Victoria – I couldn’t handle the heat, but if they aren’t that bad, there’s a chance the husband and I both could love these! He’s a huge fan of hot food and absolutely loves chicken fingers. These do look good!

  6. I’ve never heard of that chain before; but the wrap looks delicious! I’m going to have to give the hot sauce/brown sugar combo a try. It sounds wonderful to me!

  7. I had no idea what you were talking about but it does sound delicious. Fingerlicking good 😉

  8. Ok Holly – These ROCKED my world at lunch today! I bought breaded chicken tenders so I could make them as written, and they were seriously PHENOMINAL! Thanks so much for introducing such tastiness into my life 😉

  9. This is my husband’s new favorite. He said the sauce makes it amazing. It is really good. The wraps were great because it cut the heat in the sauce so that you can’t really notice it. If I eat the chicken plain I notice the heat. I love the sweet and spicy combo. Another quick and really tasty recipe Holly. I’ve made it a few times already it was such a hit.

  10. These were wonderful!!! I ate two entire wraps (ahem – don’t judge me). And definitely one of the easiest dinners I have ever made. Thank you! 🙂

  11. I did this a bit differently. No, it doesn’t have to be Frank’s Hot Sauce. WalMart’s Great Choice worked okay for me. I simply grilled 2 small chicken breasts, cut them into fingers; then I poured the sauce over them & served them w/a tossed salad. Super Duper good! I don’t care for wraps so I just eliminated it.

  12. EllieAnn- glad to hear it worked for you using a different hot sauce. I’ve tried it with others too, but prefer Franks. I think the flavor is the best with Frank’s.

  13. Never heard of this wing place, but thank goodness I found this recipe! Now I know what’s for dinner & whadda ya know!! I already have ALL the ingredients!! Thanks a bunch!!

  14. It is simply awesome when you get a whiff of the sauce & realize you have totally faked it like the Wingers sauce. So good. We have been making this for a while now & usually leave it off of the chicken for the little kitlens.

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