If you’ve never had Korean BBQ sauce, I highly recommend it. For someone who grew up on traditional American-style ketchup BBQ sauces, I find the Asian-inspired Kroger version to be just different enough and downright tasty. Soy sauce, garlic, and a little cayenne for heat make a nice sauce that is just the right thickness for wings. And for the price (on sale for around $2 if you’re lucky) you definitely cannot beat it!
This sauce is also fantastic as a dipping sauce for chicken nuggets or tenders. It’s also great on burgers, and hot dogs. I love BBQ-like sauces on hot dogs. Add onions (fresh or deep fried) and I’m one happy hot dog-eatin’ guy!
What? Lime? On wings? Yes! Oh yes! I was so wrong when I kinda thought these Louisiana Gold jalapeno lime wings might not be fantastic. The combination of citrus and the lightly spicy pepper sauce (with a little jalapeno kick) is different, great, and just amazing! Creole seasoned-wings and the sauce make for the perfect combination. Make these.
This is the first time I bought and used Tabasco’s Louisiana Gold green sauce. It’s really great stuff! It’s quite mild heat-wise, has a light pepper flavor, and is just the right consistency for a wing sauce. I just wish it came in a (much) bigger bottle!
I have been enjoying the heck out of the flavors of wing sauces I picked up from the House of Wings. Each and every one has been fantastic. Another cool thing about House of Wings is that on their website they have recipes for using their sauces and a few other simple ingredients to create all-new flavors. Like these Mexican chicken wings. They’re crazy easy and crazy delicious and definitely spicy. There’s nothing fancy going on here, just a great wing sauce. The kind you cannot stop eating.
It’s easy to customize the heat in these Mexican chicken wings to suite your fancy. All you have to do is adjust the ratio of Southern wing sauce to the Nuclear wing sauce. Want more heat? Cut back on the Southern or just add more Nuclear. Less heat? Add more Southern and or cut back on the Nuclear. My recommendation is that you add the Nuclear sauce slowly, stirring, tasting as you go, until you get the kick you want.
Kosmos Q Nashville Hot Chicken Wing Dust brings the heat and the flavor to wings. It really make dry wings something special. A little paprika, garlic, Parmesan cheese and oh yes, cayenne pepper, come together to make the perfect wing seasoning. Like it spicy? Add more. Like a little less heat? Apply sparingly.
As with all off the great Kosmos Q wing dust flavors, a little Kosmos Q Nashville Hot Chicken Wing Dust goes a long ways. I recommend that you go a bit light with it on your first wing. Give it a taste and go from there. I found myself wanting it more and more, so yep, I added more and more. You can get addicted to that tasty burn.
We spent a few days in Sevierville, TN, this summer, enjoying ourselves at the DreamMore resort. Nearby, thankfully, is a Pepper Palace store. Located at The Island, it’s always at the top of my gotta-go-there list. And as always, I backed up the truck and loaded up with a ton of sauces. Including this crazy-good, amazing sauce for Wing Master Sweet Chili wings. It’s different. It’s Buffalo wing sauce inspired, but with a great pepper twist. And a little sweetness. Not very spicy, but it has just a little kick to it. It’s not thick, and it’s not too thin. This is a great wing sauce, and one I would gladly devour again. And again.
One of the great things about visiting a Pepper Palace store is that you get to sample the sauces (and other things, like salsas) before you buy. It didn’t take me much of a taste to realize that I wanted Wing Master Sweet Chili wings in my life, that’s for sure. It was the first bottle added to my ‘pile of sauces’ at the checkout counter. And believe me, it was quite the pile!
I know I’ve got a great wing sauce when I consider getting a spoon and just eating it right out of the pan. These Korean BBQ wings were fantastic, thanks to a delicious sauce that packs just the right amount of heat. And it’s the perfect, spot-on consistency to boot. There were darned good wings.
I made the sauce exactly as you see below. You’ll notice that it does call for a good amount of sesame oil. If you find sesame oil a bit strong you might want to start with half the amount listed and taste to see if you want more. I went full-bore and loved it.
The sauce for these Korean BBQ wings isn’t just great on wings, either. I strongly recommend you at least double the recipe. You’ll want some sauce on hand to brush (or dip) grilled chicken. It’s also fantastic on smoked or grilled ribs.