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recipe-help Stuck making a wing sauce

jrm

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So doing wings and steak at the in laws tomorrow. I jokingly stated i could make a ripping hot wing sauce for kind of a dare type thing. Of COURSE, father in law was like “I’m down for it” (which shocked me cause he does t have a high heat tolerance. I was like okaaaayyyyy. Going to do 6 orange ghosts, 5 chocolate ghosts, garlic, and thinking maybe some of my peach jam for a little touch of flavor and sweet, butter, and vinegar.

What say ye? Sound like a good track?
 

The Hot Pepper

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Lots of vinegar for the tanginess of a wing sauce and some garlic powder and yes you are on the right track.
 
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salsalady

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Make the classic franks hot sauce and butter recipe.....then jack it up...
Have fun, let us know how it turns out.
SL
 

The Hot Pepper

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You can always use any Louisiana type hot sauce as your base. They are cheap enough too.
 
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jrm

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Make the classic franks hot sauce and butter recipe.....then jack it up...
Have fun, let us know how it turns out.
SL
Don’t have any. I usually eat my own sauces, Tabasco (which I am apparently out of, and occasionally fire stick. And, Wellllll, what had happen was…..finished working at 3 today, and it is Friday, so I decided to start my weekend early! No driving for me! 😂🤣
 

The Hot Pepper

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Make two versions. Make the dare version, and one that is hot but edible (for everyone). This way you get to showcase you skills as a saucemaker, and if no one will touch the hot one, you have the flavorful one! But if he goes for the extreme one, great!
 

jrm

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Thought about that, but wife picked up a bottle of moore’s Buffalo sauce for those that don’t want the 🔥💥. So far, all the sauces I’ve made, including the super hots (to most people ), have been praised. The. BBQ sauce I did for the 4th, the “hot” version, was used more than the not so much one!
 

The Hot Pepper

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Fair enough! Bring the fire!
 
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The Hot Pepper

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Recipe sounds good. I'd add a little lime juice is all. Balance the sweetness while adding a little flavor.
 

jrm

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Sauce turned out pretty good. My 12 year old liked it, father-in-law liked it, mother -in -law and sister-in-law tried it (way too hot for them). Ended up leaving butter out and just did it like a normal type hot sauce. I can’t speak as to the shelf life, as I can’t afford even a cheap ph meter unfortunately.

Peach ghost pepper sauce

6 orange ghosts
5 chocolate ghosts
4 cloves of garlic
5-8 tablespoons peach jam
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1/4 cup white vinegar
5 and 1/2 tablespoons lime juice
Salt to taste



Combine vinegars. Purée everything together . Simmer in a saucepan on stovetop, and reduce to desired consistency (I usually make mine on the thicker side. Cool, jar, refrigerate, and enjoy!
 

The Hot Pepper

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Sounds like a winner. What was the color like mixing chocolates and orange? Like, a dull yellow?
 

jrm

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