Hey guess what? It’s March, you know what that means don’t you? Spring!!! Oh you thought I was going to say March Madness didn’t you… yea no. But there is that too.

Though I don’t watch basketball *don’t look at me like that* I do enjoy cooking and eating bar food, so thanks to a recommendation by Dumb White Husband Ben you will be getting my recipe for wing sauce. But I feel I have to warn you, I didn’t actually put it on wings. I made popcorn chicken instead.







Wing Sauce


3 Tbsp. Butter, melted
3 Tbsp. Cholula Hot Sauce (use your favorite hot sauce)
1 Tbsp. Hoisin Sauce
1 Tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
¼ C. Vinegar
1 tsp. Kosher Salt

In a medium bowl (I used a large glass measuring cup), melt butter and add in hot sauce, whisking the entire time. Once the hot sauce is completely incorporated whisk in the Hoisin Sauce, again constantly whisking. After the Hoisin Sauce is completely incorporated do exactly the same thing with the Worcestershire Sauce, followed by the vinegar. Each time whisking constantly until each ingredient is completely incorporated. 


Place your chicken in a bowl and pour the wing sauce on top, toss the chicken with the sauce, coating them completely; put them on a plate and eat, eat, eat!!!
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  • reply George Hilbert ,

    When i was a kid, my mom used to throw away chicken wings, along with that “back” thing….Actually, she didn’t throw them away, but put them in a soup pot. Be that as it may, she never tried to foist them off on he family as viable standalone food. So suddenly, in the greatest marketing triumph since Arm & Hammer convinced someone it was a good idea to put a box of baking soda in the refrigerator, chicken wings have become the most coveted and most expensive chicken part, despite the sad meat to bone/skin ratio. They even have “boneless wings”, made from the parts we used to like, but are ashamed to own up to now. They call it a “wing” so it will have street cred.

    What next? Will they take that part of a turkey we used to call “The Arrow”, and make it a star? Hey, I already hjave my sauce recipes ready….;-)

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