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Hot Wing Sauce Recipe?

ThunderBunnyThunderBunny Posts: 133
edited 5:21AM in EggHead Forum
Evening all.
I've got a hankering to try some cooking up some wings this weekend. Anyone have a take-no-prisoners, hot and spicy sauce recipe? Or is it just too complicated and much easier to just buy a bottle of the stuff?


  • ThunderBunny,

    Where are you located. If you can get Arizona Gunslinger sauce, mix it with butter and dredge cooked wings in it.



    Caledon, ON


  • Check out AZRP's "The Chicken" sauce. Not really your traditional hot wing sauce, but it was realy fantastic. I couldn't quit licking the sauce off of my fingers even though my mouth was telling me enough lol.

    I think the sauce would be really good on wings.
  • mkcmkc Posts: 540
    Traditional Buffalo style is just melted butter and Frank's/Durkee Red Hot in various proportions.

    I sometimes add a little Tabasco if I want it a little hotter, but I went to SUNY-Buffalo (BSChE 1984) and it's usually just butter and Red Hot for me. I do simmer it a little bit to reduce/concentrate the sauce.

    The bottled, pre-mixed versions taste awful to us.
    Egging in Denton, Texas
  • Tuning out for now, but thanks you guys - very much - these are very interesting:)
  • Here's a hot one that my uncle made famous...uhhhhh, in our family that is. :)

    2 cups distilled vinegar
    1 stick unsalted butter
    2 tbl spoons black pepper
    1 tbl spoon cayenne pepper
    2 tbl sppons crushed red pepper
    2 tbl spoons of minced garlic
    1 tbl spoon onion powder
    1/4 cup of pimmentos (don't know why)

    mix it all together in a pot...bring to a boil for about 4-5 minutes.

    We use whole wings cooked around 350 on raised grid. Keep slopping the sauce on several times during cook. They're hot...and will make your forehead sweat. Bring the remaining back to a boil and use for a dipping sauce. Got to have some good bread with it to sop up the sauce. :-)

  • Three words...Suck Creek Wings!!!!!
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    That's funny, I've been making that for at least 15 years and never thought about using it just on wings. -RP
  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    Now those will be some good wings.... I am going to have to give that a try. we LOVE "THE CHICKEN" and I am sure if you got some nice wings these would be a treat.
  • BigTBigT Posts: 385
    I cooked 4 lbs of the Orange Sriracha wings for Championship Sunday- should have cooked 8.

    Great for those that like sweet with their heat. You can always kick up the leftover sauce with extra Rooster for the heat freaks.
  • DavekatzDavekatz Posts: 763

    I like traditional buffalo wings with Franks and butter:
    Football Food – Chili & Wings

    But I also like Spicy Orange Wings

    And, of course Teriyaki Wings

    But then there's Chris's Sriracha Wings

    Man, I like wings!
    Food & Fire - The carnivorous ramblings of a gluten-free grill geek.
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