I’m not sure, but I might have teared up a bit the first time I saw an ad for Blonde Beard’s wing sauces. The sauces looked so good. And the flavors? Yowsa! IPA Buffalo! Black Magic! Holy Hell! And Chicken and Waffles! I quickly cracked open the sauce, gave it a taste, went ‘mmmmm’, and drizzled it on my hot-out-of-the-fryer wings. The sauce is based on a mild traditional vinegar Buffalo wing sauce. Not too much heat (thanks to cayenne), but enough to be noticed. Then comes the sweetness from maple syrup. Oh yeah. My mouth was telling me I was having wings for breakfast but it was definitely lunch time.
I suspected that I’d love Blonde Beard’s Chicken and Waffles wing sauce before I ever opened it and I was right. I’m a big Buffalo sauce fan, and an even bigger maple syrup fan (it’s scary how much I can put on my waffles!). The sauce is thin, like any vinegar-based sauce tends to be, but you don’t need much to get that great mildly spicy sweetness.favorite bottled wing sauces.
Blonde Beard’s Chicken and Waffles Wings
- Place wings in a large resealable baggie or container.
- Add the oil. Seal and shake to coat. Add the seasoning, seal, and shake to coat.
- Refrigerate for 1-4 hours.
- Toss wings with sauce before serving.