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How do you sauce up your wings?

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Post Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:33 pm
Seattle-Q well done
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I always sauce mine up spicy but have a few friends who like garlic parmesan and or honey mustard. I am looking to try out a few different flavors or styles so my guests have a choice.

So anyone want to toss out a few sauces recipes or styles that you really enjoy?

My spicy is just Franks, butter and a dash of worcestershire so I am welcome to ideas on how to kick that up too!

Post Sun Jun 01, 2014 5:54 pm
timbarber84 medium-well
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Location: flatwoods ky

MY GIRLFRIEND AND I ARE ALL I COOK FOR I LIKE MINE IN HOT SAUCE BUT THAT GARLIC PARM. RECIPE SOUNDED GOOD I WOULDENT MIND TRYING THAT ONE
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Post Sun Jun 01, 2014 6:02 pm
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Generally I do a basic BBQ sauce or a buffalo wing style sauce, but I've fiddled with dozens more. I like a basic honey-garlic-ginger sauce if I'm going for sweet, or a sweet chili sauce for sweet and hot. Both go really well with smoke.

One thing I've tried with great results is to go sauce-free, and just use a bit of oil and a good rub. This is something I've played around with a lot - I just use whatever good rub I have handy and add a bit of mustard powder and/or pepper (optional). This turns the wings really crispy and it's another way to cook great wings. Often I'll serve dipping sauces on the side with these as well.
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Post Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:02 am
sroach well done
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Char,

I'm with you, I like a dry rub on them and then you can hit them some hot sauce.
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Post Mon Jun 02, 2014 5:57 pm
ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Along with grilling them dry I like to brine them with beer or wine for extra flavor.

Post Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:08 pm
Trollby well done
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Location: MadCity, WI

I normally do 2 or 3 sauces when I do my wings since I like spicy, wife likes sweet and son likes spicy BBQ not spicy.

I like to use Sambal or a Asian Garlic/Chili sauce. Many are spicy but not overly hot. Also you can use sriracha. I like to use Saki and sometimes soy with then to thin it.

I found marinating wings over night in Chili-Sriracha sauce blend adds a nice heat that is not over powering if you don't add more after cooking.

Another good blend I did was Italian dressing marinade then Garlic Parmesan lightly after cooked


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