I cook hot…not like high temp hot but like chapped lips hot. My go to high heat dish is my pulled pork or carnitas. I like it so hot that my pulled pork sandwich must be served with a very cooling slaw on top to balance the burn (I promise ill share the recipe on here one day). However, we were sent a ton of hot sauces and due to issues with time I had to adapt to chicken wings because I like to make the hot sauce part of the base of the stock for cooking. So first my wing recipe with
Ben’s Roasted WINGS:
- Put some non-stick down in a baking dish – pick your poison doesn’t matter
- Chuck as many wings as you can in that bad ass
- Season the wings with:
- Black Pepper
- Onion Powder
- Garlic Powder
- Smoked Paprika
- A Sprinkle of Cheyne Pepper
- A few sprigs of thyme
- Add a little water to the bottom of the pan
- Cover the pan tightly with tinfoil
- Cook until finished – flip half way (eyeball it)
Now, this is just a base naked wing now it is time to sauce!!!!
First up Moore’s sent me over 4 sauces from low to high heat:
Moore’s Spicy Mustard Hot sauce:
This stuff right here is my jam I would put this on all kinds of things. This had the best all over flavor of all the sauces I ate today. It is the lowest heat of everything I tried but without question the most robust flavor.
Update: In the past week I’ve found myself putting this on everything!
Moore’s Jalapeno Host Sauce
Actually some solid spice here! Very good, a nice little lasting heat but not overwhelming. I would not use this sauce everyday but I would use it from time to time.
Moore’s Harissa Hot Sauce
This is the closest to a traditional super-hot wing sauce. Love it. I’ll use this sauce to make wings for myself whenever. This is the exact sauce I would use if I had friends over for football and they wanted hot wings. Not mild wings not medium wings but HOT WINGS!!
Moore’s Habanero Hot Sauce
I was expecting to have to put on the rubber gloves and Chap Stick for this one but actually not the case. This is a very solid long lasting heat but not like a super concentrated pepper feel. It was hot and the heat lasted a couple minutes but it did not make me reach for the milk or put a tear to my eyes.
Ghost Scream: Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce
This is a legit everyday hot sauce. What was so surprising here was the “tang.” Simply a toasty and tangy sauce to put on anything! On wings it was spectacular. Later in my night (sorry no pictures) I put it on some sushi and it was amazing.
BTW the bottle is already gone.
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