A Hot Wing Sauce recipe that's Sweet with Heat

When most people talk about a Hot Wing Sauce recipe you might automatically think of the traditional hot and spicy buffalo chicken wing sauce - only because those wings have become so popular.

A couple of years ago though I discovered what are being called Honey Hot Wings at a local pub.

These are more of a blend between the traditional hot buffalo wing and the sweeter flavor of a Honey Garlic type wing.

It's more of a softer, longer slow gentle burn, compared to the typical buffalo style.

I was in love at first bite. So much so that I had to use this recipe especially with this Grilled Buffalo Wings recipe.

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You'll find it's very easy and quick to make with only 3 ingredients but the depth of it's flavor is amazing.

Definitely give it a try on a grilled chicken wing but experiment with other food too, chicken breasts, pork tenderloin medallions, if you think it - you can probably use it.

You'll know right away why I call this honey hot recipe Sweet with Heat.

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› Hot Wing Sauce



Makes: approximately 3/4 cup

Prep time: 5 minutes

What you'll need:

  • 1/2 cup liquid honey
  • 3 tablespoons Franks Red Hot sauce (original)
  • 1 tablespoon Worchestershire sauce

how to make wing sauce

Step 1:
In a small glass bowl or jar combine all of the ingredients.


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Stir or blend the ingredients very well to fully incorporate and until the liquid becomes a little thinner.

This can be refrigerated in a sealed jar for a couple weeks.

Enjoy!


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