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!
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 always swing by a Pepper Palace store whenever I can. Last time, I was in Sevierville, TN. Which meant time to spend some quality time at the store at what is known as The Island. Boy did I ever back up the truck on sauces. Including this Wing Master Honey Garlic wing sauce. This could easily be one of the best wing sauces I’ve ever had. I cannot get enough of it. The Asian-inspired, slightly sweet, lightly spicy flavors are amazing. This is truly a finger-licking good wing sauce.
Buffalo Wild Wingshot Buffalo wing sauce is what hot Buffalo wings should be. The right amount of vinegar. The right amount of spices. And just enough heat. Not ‘burn the roof off my mouth’ hot, either. Spicy, but not painful. When I crave a traditional wing sauce from a bottle, I grab this.
I don’t usually deep fry my wings, but I did when I made these Buffalo Wild Wings hot Buffalo wings. Not sure what inspired me to do that. I was craving a traditional wing, and that’s what I got. Lightly-coated wings give the sauce something to cling to. Great Buffalo wing flavor in every bite!
Oh, deliciously sweet, sticky, Asian-inspired wing, how do I love you!? I looked like a bulldog with a pork chop when I started chowing down on some Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet Teriyaki wings. Heck, you’d think I hadn’t eaten in a week. I couldn’t help myself. Yeah, there are a ton of things you can use SBRs sauce (and marinade) on, but for me, wings is it. Done.
Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet Teriyaki wing sauce doesn’t pack any heat. It’s sweet, just like the name says. But, if you’re looking for that extra little something, a little kick, add some hot sauce. I wouldn’t go crazy with it though. This sauce is perfect as it is and a welcomed change from Buffalo-style wing sauces.
I’m not required to pick a favorite, but this is my favorite wing sauce from Buffalo Wild Wings. The right amount of spiciness, a hint of coconut and a bit of curry. I could drink this sauce right out of the bottle. Buffalo Wild Wings Thai Curry wing sauce is fantastic on wings, and it’s also great on ribs, chicken sandwiches, and it makes a great sauce for dipping chicken nuggets.
I’m a big fan of curry flavors. And aromas. And this sauce has both. There’s no mistaking wings that are covered in Buffalo Wild Wing’s Thai Curry sauce. You won’t take a taste and find yourself wondering… “Is that curry I taste?”. There’s no question about it.