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01-02-2013, 08:32 PM
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Hot Sauce? Yes!

Anyone have a recommendation on how to prepare wings at home? Mine always turn out slimy or burnt, could it be I cook them in the oven and not a deep fryer?

Even though they don't turn out I still drown em in hot sauce! Yeah!
You could do them in the oven, but I never tried to. I've always deep fried them. Set the temp at 350, pat the wings dry then throw them in but don't overload the fryer. They take 15-20 min for me since I like them crispy. If you're making a bunch, do it in batches and keep them warm in the oven.

Sauce is just Frank's with butter. I use extra hot, and add in cayenne and chili flakes. Or garlic parm: melted butter, garlic. After they're coated, toss them with parmesean.

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Hot Sauce? Yes!

Anyone have a recommendation on how to prepare wings at home? Mine always turn out slimy or burnt, could it be I cook them in the oven and not a deep fryer?

Even though they don't turn out I still drown em in hot sauce! Yeah!
you can also try them "tandoori" style. Marinate over night in a thick yogurt.

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01-03-2013, 04:27 AM
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I absolutely love this stuff.


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01-03-2013, 04:46 AM
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I'm a hot sauce addict...I buy a bottle or bottles weekly......I usually have three stashes.....In my apt, in my truck, and at my work in the walk in cooler......

Right now I think I have 4 hot sauce at work - 2 thai, 1 jamaican hot and spicy jerk sauce, and one habanero hot sauce.....I also have a jar of habanero salsa at work....

Truck as of right now - I do believe I actually have none in there now.....

Apt. - I think I have one or two bottle of Franks there - long story but i can't cook there right now so i don't have much there

I've been getting into hotter and hotter stuff, and it's becoming more and more addicting....I love the way my endorphins get charged when I really get hot stuff in my system.....Makes me feel high.....LOOOOOOOOOVE ITTTTTTT !!!!!!!!!

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01-03-2013, 04:47 AM
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The only person I've ever met who doesn't like hot sauce is my mom, but then she's the sort of person who can't stand anything spicier than a tomato.

I always have a big bottle of sriracha in my cupboard.

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01-03-2013, 05:38 AM
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Gotta love spicy stuff. But everything above Habanero is too much for me

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01-03-2013, 04:12 PM
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I use a variety of hot sauces, usually to cook with rather than just spicing up a dish.


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Usually start with 20 or so jalapenos, 5 habaneros, and just keep tasting for when the right amount of watermelon has been added. Oh, and like I said earlier, fresh cilantro. That's the base I work with for that one.
i love hot sauce and hot salsa and i love making my own salsa so with that...wtf are you talking about!? Watermelon and peppers??

I have to know how to make this...it sounds.... interesting to say the least. ive never heard of this combo before

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Awww yusss

and Sriracha is good on some stuff too.

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Noticed nobody mentioned plain ol Tabasco. I hate that stuff. Their Jalapeño and Chipotle ones are really good, but the original one just tastes like vinegar.

My favorites are:

Frank's extra hot for Buffalo type chicken things
Valentina, Tapatio, El Yucateco for Mexican
Tabasco Jalapeño, Tabasco Chipotle, Sriracha are the most versatile I think
A Habanero based Jamaican jerk style one for grilled stuff
I keep a capsaicin based one to just add a neutral flavor heat to stuff like meatloaf or chili.

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01-03-2013, 07:43 PM
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We pretty much put hot sauce on everything in Buffalo.

Also, blue cheese/hot sauce > ranch/hot sauce AINEC. Try to ask for ranch instead of blue cheese in Buffalo and you will be politely escorted out of the city.

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We pretty much put hot sauce on everything in Buffalo.

Also, blue cheese/hot sauce > ranch/hot sauce AINEC. Try to ask for ranch instead of blue cheese in Buffalo and you will be politely escorted out of the city.
Hell yeah man. Buffalo type stuff goes with blue cheese. Barbecue wings go with ranch.

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I don't like blue cheese, so I just ate it without dipping sauce.

Never really understood why people need to dip something that is lathered in sauce into....more sauce.

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I don't like blue cheese, so I just ate it without dipping sauce.

Never really understood why people need to dip something that is lathered in sauce into....more sauce.
Proper wings are not served "slathered" in hot sauce. It's a rather light coating, such that the blue cheese dressing accentuates the flavor of the sauce applied to said wing. It's more of a tangy heat/creamy cool thing which works together so well.

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I've heard it's really awesome, even from some Mexican pundits who love hot sauce.

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Just had some garlic hot sauce made from a company called "A Taste of Thai" tonight...

I dipped shrimp egg rolls that I've had before in it...Wow ! This hot sauce put these egg rolls over the top !!!

A lot of flavor, and a decent amount of heat in this sauce...Highly recommended.

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01-04-2013, 08:03 AM
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What I really like about Sriracha is the consistency. It's my put on everything sauce. Tabasco and Frank's tend to be too runny.

Chipotle hot sauce (tabasco/PC brand) is GLORIOUS on burgers. Add some while grilling. The heat doesn't survive the grilling, but smoky flavour remains. Just awesome.

I like a Scotch Bonnet sauce on Hawaiian-type pizzas. The fruity heat goes well with the pineapple.

Plain-jane tabasco is my go-to for fries if there's no malt vinegar. I want to try the habanero tabasco, but my backwoods town stores have never stocked it.

So I guess I say "yes" to the poll.

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I use a variety of hot sauces, usually to cook with rather than just spicing up a dish.


Just got that Daves Ghost Pepper sauce u had in the gif.. havnt tried it yet, what would u suggest cooking with it?

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Proper wings are not served "slathered" in hot sauce. It's a rather light coating, such that the blue cheese dressing accentuates the flavor of the sauce applied to said wing. It's more of a tangy heat/creamy cool thing which works together so well.
I have had proper wings from Buffalo and there was plenty of sauce. I realize that it's a method of contrast, but I just feel like it's overboard (not unlike many American dishes).

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Just got that Daves Ghost Pepper sauce u had in the gif.. havnt tried it yet, what would u suggest cooking with it?
The first thing I used it in was chili. I recommend testing it in small dishes first so you can find out where you like it. A tiny drop will add plenty of flavor, but if you're wanting to kick it up you'll need to be careful. It's easier to ruin food with it than anything.

Other than chili, it's good in any soup that you'd like to heat up. Also, if you make your own BBQ sauces and such it's pretty good for that. It's not really something you'd put on solid food (i.e. pizza, burgers, etc). You need to be able to spread it around or stir it in, so it goes better with soups, stews and (relatively large amounts of) condiments.

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not hot sauce but I like this as well

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