Oh my goodness. I’m a big time chicken wing fan. Any time, any where, I’ll eat wings. With darn near anything on them. But sesame oil infused with garlic, onion and jalapeno? I mean, it sounded good but not something I’d ever had on wings. And wow! Was I ever surprised as to just how great these salt and pepper wings were.
Oh you get the salt and lots of black pepper, but then you get this wonderful Asian-inspired flavor that is impossible to stop eating. The sauce is the perfect balance between sharp sesame oil, spicy pepper and garlic and onion. No one flavor overpowers the rest. It’s very, very good.
Next time I fry a chicken I’m coating it in the same sauce as I used for these salt and pepper wings. And next time I make these salt and pepper wings I might double the sauce because it’s seriously addictingly good.
Apparently, some of the staff working at Plucker’s came up with the recipe for Baker’s Gold wing sauce. Well, hats off to them for coming up with something totally different! Baker’s Gold is (I think!) a combination of two great BBQ sauces: a smoky ketchup-based sauce like a KC BBQ sauce, and a spicy mustard vinegar-based sauce, such as you’d find in the Carolinas. Heck, why make two different batches of wings with two different BBQ sauces when you can have them both in a single one! Boom!
I picked up eighteen different bottles of wing sauce from Plucker’s. It’s a wing restaurant based out of Austin, Texas. Every single sauce, like their manganero wing sauce, has been fantastic. So many different exciting flavors. I’d better get to making more wings!
Sometimes BBQ-flavored wing sauces are too sweet for me. Or too BBQ-y. Not Buffalo Wild Wings Sweet BBQ wing sauce. I thought that this sauce was a spot-on BBQ sauce. Not only great on wings, either. I’d put this sauce on burgers, ribs, smoked chicken and even my crazy yummy pulled pork.
One of the nice things about Buffalo Wild Wings Sweet BBQ wing sauce, besides the great taste, is the consistency. This sauce isn’t too thin, so you don’t have to worry about it running off your wings or whatever you have it slathered on. No one wants a sauce lake on their plate. And it’s not too thick. No one wants gloppy sauce that can also be used as spackle. Nope, this sauce is just right.