Sure, I can dip wings in blue cheese or Ranch dressing all day long. But sometimes I want something a bit different. When I first came across this recipe for a creamy Asian wing dipping sauce I knew I was going to like it. There’s nothing in it that I don’t like. It’s nice and creamy. It has a bit of a spicy kick to it. It has a bit of a citrus flavor with a hint of garlic. And, if you let it set up the fridge overnight, it has the perfect consistency for wing dippin’.
This creamy Asian wing dipping sauce was absolutely great for dipping Teriyaki wings. The two flavors were like a match made in heaven. I also found that this sauce is great as a sandwich spread (I was making my wife a sandwich whilst making some wings for lunch). It’s also great on crackers. It’s a winner for sure!
If I am serving my wings with Ranch or blue cheese or some other sauce, I use these little dipping cups. They’re the perfect size for dipping wings, nuggets, tenders and even vegetables.
It was time. Time for something a little different to dip my delicious, but darned spicy, Buffalo wings into. I was a bit burned out on the Ranch, the Blue Cheese. I wanted something still smooth, but with a tang. And here it is, my tangy wing dipping sauce. The addition of vinegar to an otherwise pretty ‘normal’ sauce brings a nice edge to it that pairs perfectly with the vinegar tang of the wing sauce.
This tangy wing dipping sauce isn’t on the thick side. It will cling to your wings just fine, though, without overdoing it. It does set up a bit overnight, so I do prefer to make it the day before I plan on serving it.
Make sure to get your sauce nice and smooth.
I bought these little ole sauce dipping cups for moments just like this. They’re perfect for dipping wings!
Ahhhh. Something different. Something new. That’s what I was looking for when I ran across this recipe for pimento cheese ranch dressing. Oh, no, not for a salad, though it’s great for them. Nope, I made this for dipping my spicy hot Buffalo wings. It cooled me right down, and it was a welcome change from my ‘usual’ ranch or blue cheese dressing.
This pimento cheese ranch dressing isn’t thick. It’s a fairly thin sauce, which makes it perfect also as a salad dressing. It is still thick enough to stick to wings, which is why we’re here today. It’ll cool you down from that batch of mouth-on-fire wings, for sure!
I like to serve my wing dipping sauces in these little dipping cups. They’re perfect for a batch of wings.
This was a welcome change from my 'usual' ranch or blue cheese dressing.
Prep Time5 minutesmins
Cook Time5 minutesmins
Course: Dipping Sauce
Keyword: dipping sauce
4ouncespimentosjarred diced, drained
1cupsharp Cheddar cheeseshredded
¼teaspoonground black pepper
Note: If you're making these as a salad dressing instead of as a wing dipping sauce, reserve 1 tablespoon of the diced pimentos before processing. Stir in the remaining pimentos after the dressing is smooth, giving it a little texture.
Place all ingredients into a food processor or blender and process until smooth, 20-30 seconds.