Just hearing the words Wingstop Louisiana rub makes my mouth water almost instantly. I mean, there is absolutely nothing that can ever compete with these delicious, one-of-a-kind deep-fried wings. Fresh or frozen wings work the same when it comes to the unique flavorsome Wingstop Louisiana rub recipe.
What if I told you that you can make your own Wingstop Louisiana at the comfort of your own home and easily do so as well.
Enough tempting for now. Time to teach you how to make a proper, crispy and finger-licking chicken hot wings!
What to Serve with Louisiana Rub Wingstop
I mean, Louisiana rub wingstop is amazing on its own, it doesn’t need to be served with anything, the dried rub already does the trick. However, some side dishes work exceptionally well with the baked wings.
One of the best side dishes that are served with the spicy baked chicken wings. Its richy and creamy texture melts within the sugary, spicy flavors of the baked Louisiana rub wingstop. Plus, it is super easy to make!
All you have got to do is cut the boiled potatoes into bite-sized pieces, mix with salt, pepper, mayo and salad. And voila. You have got yourself a delicious potato salad.
Mac and cheese
Mac and cheese is simply phenomenal with no regard to anything else. But, imagine serving it with spicy and hot Louisiana rub wingstop. Two words. Perfect fit. What an amazing way to end your day!
And of course, no need to emphasize on the fact that it is super easy to make!
The best thing about Wingstop Louisiana rub is the fact that you can modify the flavor of your food according to your spicy level preference, so that you can enjoy it with all the extra sweet and extra spice that you like.
Is an amazing substitute for Cayenne pepper in your Louisiana rub. That’s mainly because Cayenne pepper contains so much heat in comparison to Chili powder, so if you would like to take it down a notch, then that’s a good substitute.
Make sure to reduce the other spices in your Louisiana rub as the chili powder is often accompanied by other spices like garlic, oregano, and cumin.
Either thyme or oregano, they both are main ingredients when making baked chicken wings, especially Wingstop Louisiana rub. However, substituting the fresh herbs with dried ones, specifically these two herbs is a very good option. Dried Oregano or thyme is even more pungent and aromatic, but I do recommend decreasing the amount added in comparison to fresh ones.
Frequently asked questions:
Here is a list of common questions that I came across while I was searching for the best ways to perfect the flavorful Wingstop Louisiana rub recipe. Thought I might share them with you if any of them ever crossed your mind.
What are the best flavors in Wingstop?
Generally speaking, it depends on personal preferences when it comes to the taste and flavors. However, some wingstop flavors are simply fans favorite like, lemon pepper, spicy Korean Q, garlic parmesan, original hot, and mango habanero. It is highly recommended to try them and pick your personal favorite.
Does Wingstop put sugar on their fries?
There is definitely a sweet ingredient on those flavorful French fries. But unfortunately, the ingredient list for Wingstop’s luscious fries is not out to the public.
Is Louisiana rub from Wingstop spicy?
It might vary to some extent. However, the spice level rounds from low to medium. Adding more or less of the Cayenne pepper controls its spicy flavor.
How to Store Louisiana Rub Wingstop
Making Wingstop Louisiana rub is the easy part, while storing it and keeping it fresh is considered the hard part. You have two options when it comes to storing your fry rub. Either:
On the shelf:
You have to keep your spice mix inside a black, heat-sealed bag which allows your spices to be in a dark cold place. This tends to extend their shelf life and keep them as fresh as possible without the need to refrigerate them.
In the freezer:
Freezing them is one of the best ways of storing spices and maximizes the freshness of your spice mix. In case of spiced dry rub that is not used in your daily cooked food, place it inside a vacuum-sealable bag or airtight container, tightly seal it, then move it to the freezer.
LOUISIANA RUB WINGSTOP (BEST DRY RUB CHICKEN WINGS)
- baking tray
- Paper towel
For chicken wings:
- 1 kg chicken wings
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp onion powder
- 1 tbsp garlic powder
- 1 tbsp red chili powder
- ½ cracked black pepper
- 1 tbsp Creole seasoning
- ¼ cup oil or butter
For Louisiana rub:
- 1 tbsp smoked paprika
- ½ tbsp dried oregano
- ½ tbsp cayenne pepper
- ½ tbsp cumin powder
- ½ tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tbsp onion powder
- 1 tbsp garlic powder
- ½ tbsp black pepper
- ½ salt (to taste)
- ⅔ tbsp lemon juice (optional)
It is all about the addicting dry rub seasoning that takes this dish to a whole new level. Here is the step-by-step guide to making the delicious Louisiana rub wingstop recipe, along with the baked chicken wings:
- Start by seasoning your chicken wings in a large bowl. Add in your chicken wings along with some salt, onion powder, black pepper, red chili, oil, and creole seasoning and stir them altogether to coat the chicken wings with all the seasoning.
- Align the seasoned chicken wings on the wire rack placed on a lined baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil once they are completely thawed and have had enough time to be seasoned. Place the baking tray in a preheated oven at 450 ºF. Allow it to bake for about 35 minutes before you flip it and return it back to the oven to bake on the other side for another 10 minutes, till it crisps up.
- In another small bowl, mix, black pepper, cayenne pepper, cumin powder, smoked paprika, dried oregano, brown sugar, onion powder, salt, and garlic powder into the delicious Louisiana dry rub.
- Rub the Wingstop Louisiana rub on your freshly baked Chicken wings after patting it dry with a paper towel and make sure to completely coat it with the rub mixture.
- Serve immediately along with your favorite ranch sauce.
Hi, I’m Julie, the passionate foodie and founder of Juliesfamilykitchen.com. I created this blog out of a drive to prove someone wrong, and then I realized how much I truly enjoy cooking and trying new recipes. In my free time, when I’m not running around after my kids or spending quality time with my partner, you can usually find me in the kitchen experimenting with new dishes.