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Janky
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re: Best Wing Sauce?


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Lgrnwd
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
The Louisiana brand wing sauce is very good. I enjoy it on my homemade wings as much as any sauce I’ve had anywhere.


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BiggerBear
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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Franks is the quintessential buffalo sauce.


Franks is too salty.


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NoSaint
Member since Jun 2011
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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Just mix/heat some crystal, butter and worscteshire if you want buffalo sauce.


Franks and butter.

Anyone saying otherwise probably likes those busted food channel healthy red beans recipes for Nola food.
This post was edited on 6/11 at 9:47 pm


udtiger
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
Uncle Lou's (Memphis, TN) Sweet Spicy Love sauce


The Funnie Five
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
My secret ingredient is celery salt


browl
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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NoSaint


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Franks and butter.


Thank you. There is no worcestershire in buffalo wing sauce, no garlic, no xantham gum, no anything else but butter and Red hot.


As if it is difficult to pour equal parts of butter and red hot in a bowl with the wings anyways.



jchamil
Member since Nov 2009
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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There is no worcestershire in buffalo wing sauce, no garlic, no xantham gum, no anything else but butter and Red hot.


OP didn't ask for only buffalo sauce recipes


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TH03
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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Thank you. There is no worcestershire in buffalo wing sauce, no garlic, no xantham gum, no anything else but butter and Red hot.


As if it is difficult to pour equal parts of butter and red hot in a bowl with the wings anyways.


Cool.

I like garlic in my sauce. There's all kinds of flavors you can use for wings. It doesn't have to just be traditional buffalo.


jchamil
Member since Nov 2009
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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I like garlic in my sauce.


I like Cajun Power's garlic sauce for wings. I will mix it about 1/2 and 1/2 with my homemade BBQ sauce for wings a lot


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LNCHBOX
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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I like garlic in my sauce. There's all kinds of flavors you can use for wings. It doesn't have to just be traditional buffalo.


I coat my wings in a mix of 2 parts garlic powder, 2 parts salt, and 1 part cayenne. Fry them, then coat with a hot sauce/butter mix (not really partial to a particular hot sauce, whatever we have at the time is fine). I think I know what I'm making for dinner now.


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Ryan3232
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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My secret ingredient is celery salt
Well now its not a secret ingredient. It’s just an ingredient.


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jmarto1
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Member since Mar 2008
23644 posts

re: Best Wing Sauce?
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Hooters sauce is expensive.


We charge the shite out of you for it, agreed. If you really want some and are willing to come to Houma I've got you.


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The Nino
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
For a premise buffalo sauce, Texas Pete is my go-to


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NOLATiger71
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Member since Dec 2017
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
What’s up with these down votes? I see one person posted a recipe they like and got 3 down votes. You down voters post your upvote recipe then!!!


LNCHBOX
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
Pretty much any recipe posted in a thread will get at least a couple down votes, even if it's a universally accepted one. This place can be vicious

Only thing I'd change about Pandy's is a little bit more butter.
This post was edited on 6/13 at 9:04 am


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busbeepbeep
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
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i noticed the other day walmart (great value) is making knockoffs of what seem to be buffalo wild wing sauces


i grabbed a bottle of parmesan garlic and thai curry to try out but haven't tried them yet

I tried their parmesan garlic and thought it was pretty good. Didnt toss it on friend wings yet but used it to flavor up a Costco rotisserie chicken.


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SlowFlowPro
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re: Best Wing Sauce?
i've had some really good Korean/gochujang sauces before but my go to is a honey-sriracha that i make. i'm not into major heat with my wings

if you like sweet with some heat in the background, asian-based sauces are my go to


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Btrtigerfan
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Member since Dec 2007
13467 posts

re: Best Wing Sauce?
I like Hooter’s Daytona wings. Recently, I found a copycat recipe that tastes as good as the original.

Daytona wing sauce.


Lgrnwd
Member since Jan 2018
1032 posts

re: Best Wing Sauce?
I would leave out the extra brown sugar in that recipe, but other than that it looks good. Sweet Baby Rays and honey should make the sauce plenty sweet enough.


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