Hot and Sticky Wing Sauce

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Intro: Hot and Sticky Wing Sauce

If you're looking for the most delicious hot sauce you ever had you're coming to the right place. It's great on chicken wings, eggs, or what ever you like hot sauce on.

Step 1: What You'll Need

For the best sauce you ever had you will need:

1/2 cup of Franks extra hot(or RedHot)
1/4 cup of butter
1 tblsp of honey
1 tsp of vinegar
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp corn starch

This is what I like to use for ingredients, but feel free to substitute any ingredient because of allergies or personal preference. Same goes with quantity, if you feel you would like more honey, put in extra honey!! If you feel like less butter, by all means put in less butter. I find trial and error produces the best product. So have fun with it.

Step 2: Mix

Throw that all together in a pot over medium low heat. Whisk it together, then let it simmer for 5 minutes or until desired viscosity.

BAM!!! Best sauce ever.

Step 3: Put It on Food

These are some chicken wings I breaded and fried. It was delicious with my Hot and sticky wing sauce.

Step 4: Saving Left Overs

If you have left over sauce or like to make extra for another time, simply pour into an ice cube tray and freeze.

After frozen pop it out into ziplock bags and back in the freezer.

To reheat, place in microwave.

Thanks for looking everybody, I hope you like this hot sauce as much as I do. Also this is my first Instructable. If anyone has any feedback on how I presented it, I would appreciate hearing it!

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    bigpeniz69

    1 year ago

    fried meat drowned in an inspirational game changer, what more could you want

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    friger

    1 year ago

    By the looks of the brand names I'd hazard a guess that you are Canadian, and perhaps from one of the Atlantic provinces. Am I close? Looks good by the way.

    2 replies