Hot wing sauce recipe

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  1. Mr Green Genes

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    Frank's Red Hot is the way to go for wings. If you want a hotter sauce, you can add a little Tabasco or sriracha for more heat, but Frank's has the best flavor.

    Mix a little granulated garlic and a pinch of celery seed with some butter and melt it over low heat (or in the microwave). Adding the garlic and celery seeds to the butter will help to bloom the lipid-soluble flavors.

    Mix with Frank's Red Hot sauce- as previously stated, you can play with the ratios to suit your taste.

    Add a few shakes of Worcestershire sauce and allow to sit for at least an hour (overnight is better) so the flavors have time to mingle.


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  2. Tommy Biggs

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    I was lucky and worked around Buffalo in the early 80s. I spent some time eating dineer at the Anchor!

    for 2 1/2 lbs wings, this is the original sauce
    http://www.franksredhot.com/recipes/franks-redhot-original-buffalo-chicken-wings-RE1303-1

    1/2 cup FRANK'S RedHot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce
    1/3 cup butter,melted

    If you like it hotter just add Cayenne pepper powder.
    The other options mentioned above sound delicious too, don't get me wrong. When someone asks me "what Tele should I start with?" I always tell them to start with the original version, Single coils, 3 barrel, string through, stamped ash tray.
    Get the original experience and learn to do it right, and then move on from there.
     
  3. robt57

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    Try this y'all, I don't do the cayenne/butter much anymore.

    Bake emm on a wire rack 400* after almost blackening with dry spices. [spice while wet so the spice sticks].

    Instead of 1/2 and 1/2 melted butter and Cayenne, try 1/3 melted butted and 2/3 medium or hot green Salsa Verde. You can skip the blue cheese dip and all the fat calories as enough flavor is there with the salsa verde IMO. And you have a bit less butter too, so eating every one in site will have less fat/calories in theory. ;)
     
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    3/4 cup Frank's or generic Lousiana hot sauce, whatever you can find
    1/2 cup butter
    1/4 cup ketchup
    1/4 cup brown sugar
    1 tablespoon of cracked black pepper

    This should yield you a sauce that's a whole lot like hot wing sauce, but with a bit of a bbq saucy flavor. It's one of my favorites. Of course, it's best when you cook your wings on the grill rather than the oven, but either one will get the job done. Sauce after your chicken is done or right before you take it off to avoid burning. (You probably already knew that, but it's worth mentioning)
     
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    I've got a low carb friendly one.

    Approximate measurements:
    1/4 cup of Franks buffalo wing sauce
    1 tsp of regular franks hot sauce
    1-2 tbsp of butter
    pinch of salt
    black pepper (I use telecherry pepper for chicken - from amazon)
    Pinch of cayenne pepper (for taste, not heat)
    5 drops of liquid sweetener - to taste (I use liquid stevia)

    Just melt the butter in a big bowl in the microwave and then add the rest of the stuff

    Stir

    Add wings and proceed to make a mess trying to toss them like chef :rolleyes:
     
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    BTW, for you pepper corn fans, get some of this for yourself.

    Penzeys; Whole Special Extra Bold Indian Black Peppercorns

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    I won't be without this pepper in my trove, and they also have an excellent Grey French Sea Salt I won't be without.

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    And I got a freebee of this last time I stocked up on the salt and pepper for being a sucker and spend @ their prices. [we are worth it]


    LIKE!

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  7. smsuryan

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    Thanks for all the replies! I’ll be trying a lot of these!
     
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    uck, margarine is on a few ingredients short of being plastic...
     
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    equal parts Franks and butter... save the brown sugar for something else...
     
  10. robt57

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    Yeah, 50/50 is the standard. Some like to brown the buttet a touch...
     
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    Now that is Insanity!
     
  12. esetter

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    Some great suggestions here!
     
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    Yeah, agree, but that’s what I’d heard.

    Cheers,
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    Yes!

    Funny thing is the head cook before me who came up with the basic recipe was named Dave.

    Couple years later I saw Dave's Insanity sauce. Grabbed a bottle and thought it had been made by the same guy.

    Unfortunately not the same guy.
     
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