Oh, wings, glorious wings! I am a big fan of dry (un-sauced) wings. Croix Valley Parmesan Garlic takes dry wings to a whole new place. The spices aren’t overwhelming. You get the garlic. You get the Parmesan. And you get wing. The flavors don’t hide the fact that you’re still eating wings. Heck, if you can’t taste the wings what’s the point? This stuff is fantastic. They made my nice-and-crispy air fryer wings something special.
I cannot say enough how much I loved Croix Valley Parmesan garlic dry wings seasoning. I cannot wait to use it on things, too. A whole roasted chicken would be fantastic sprinkled with this dust. Oh, and someone suggested that I try shrimp the same way! The combination of garlic and Parmesan would be fantastic on shrimp or popcorn! What great ideas!
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. And they’re easy to clean, too!
I could spend hours at Pepper Palace store. In fact, I’ve spent many an hour at Pepper Palace and in several different cities to boot. Of course, the first section I run to is where the wing sauces are. Then I head to the other sauces. BBBQ, dipping… whatever sauces. That’s because just about any sauce can be put on wings. Pepper Palace Sweet But Sassy wings are proof that this sauce is perfect on wings. Lightly sweet and just spicy enough, this chili-sauce-like sauce is a welcome break from traditional wing sauces.
Pepper Palace Sweet But Sassy sauce starts out a bit thin (hey, it was born a dipping sauce), but it’ll set up once it gets on your hot wings. And, nothing wrong with having a little bowl of extra sauce on the side for dipping your wings. Just remember, if your sauce has been refrigerated, let it set out for at least an hour before using. You don’t want to put a cold sauce on hot wings.
Anita loves sweet heat sauces, and this is definitely one of her favorites.
I have to say that here in the mid-west, I hadn’t had much of a history with Hatch chiles until a few years ago when I bought an entire case of them and roasted them. I’ve been searching them out ever since. To my pleasant surprise, along came Frederik’s by Meijer Hatch Chile wings sauce. This sauce is nice and creamy and not too thick. I could see the Hatch (and green) chiles floating happily in the bottle. I knew I was in for goodness.
Frederik’s by Meijer Hatch Chile wings sauce has a hint of garlic. And just the slightly amount of heat. And plenty of great balanced pepper flavors. I mean you can take the peppers! Don’t laugh. I’ve had sauces that said they tasted like something-or-other and they didn’t even come close. This sauce delivers on its pepper promise.
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.