Where have I been that I haven’t tried the Jammin’ Jalapeno wings at Buffalo Wild Wings? I mean, dang I love this sauce! Just a bit spicy (perfectly so). A hint of lime (but not too lime-y!). And just a bit of Tequila (not much but it adds a little something). I truly enjoyed this sauce, it’s one of my all-time store-bought favorites.
Jammin’ Jalapeno wings is just one of the sauces I picked up at my local Buffalo Wild Wings the other day. I admit it, I backed up the truck and bought one of each. And all of their wing seasonings too. Needless to say, you’ll be seeing a lot more BW3s posts here soon. If there’s no B-Dubs near you can buy them online.
Oh yes! How happy was I with the Parmesan roasted garlic wing sauce from Buffalo Wild Wings! Creamy, garlicky and loaded with Parmesan, it was a welcome change from the Buffalo sauce-inspired wing sauces that I’d been having. In a way, it’s like a thickened Italian salad dressing, and you definitely could use this sauce on a salad, believe me. But it’s much more than that. This is great stuff and nice and different.
I think I may have overdone it here recently. I’ve been eating a lot of really, really spicy wings. Ya know, the kind that make your eyes water. Time for a welcome break. Time for some great tasting Buffalo-inspired wings that don’t burn off the roof of my mouth. Thanks to the fine folks at B-Dubs (uh, that’s Buffalo Wild Wings in case you aren’t up on the lingo), I got just what I wanted in their medium heat Buffalo wing sauce.
Buffalo Wild Wings medium Buffalo wing sauce is going to pretty much satisfy everyone you know. Or have met. Or will meet. It’s not in-your-face anything, just the right amount of vinegar, just the right amount of spiciness, and just the right consistency. And it’s a welcome break from those crazy hot wing sauces, that’s for sure.
Oh sure, I love spicy, hot chicken wings. But I’m also a big fan of more savory wings. In fact, the teriyaki wings at Buffalo Wild Wings are Anita and my favorite. We always order them (though Anita often opts for the boneless wings while I go for the bone-in versions).
Buffalo Wild Wings (of course) sells their sauces in their stores. They’re quite reasonably priced, and when you order 3 (or in my case, a lot more than 3) you can get them in this fancy carrying box. I think all of their flavors are available to go, except the current ‘special’ sauce, which is unfortunate because the flavor-of-the-month not too long ago was a crazy good chipotle cherry sting sauce. I’d drink that stuff with a straw.