The Mad Meat Genius kitchen loves chicken wings. Some people deep fry these chicken appendages. We BBQ the wings and give them a bath of Hot Sauce and butter.Thats it, that is all she wrote. The secret to good wings is to have a first class hot sauce. I think we may have found a splendid sauce called 'Sucklebusters Original Pepper Sauce.' Sucklebusters is a hot sauce, condiment and spice company located in Texas.
SucklebustersPeppers sauce has the usual suspects of ingredients. They list peppers, water, vinegar, salt, sugar, onion, garlic, spices and xanthan gum. Peppers and spices are such generic terms. I wonder if they use jalapenos or the deadly Bhut Joklia peppers. After a taste I would guess the ghost pepper was not used. One of the secret spices is definately cumin.
The whiff test revealed cumin and vinegar. A little sample of the sauce had a cumin, pepper and vinegar taste with a little hint of onion. This sauce has a coarse texture. Peppers seeds and flakes are present in this mash. The heat level was a slight notch above tobasco sauce. It leaves a pleasant glow on the tongue. I think this sauce may pass the Wing test.
We coated our wings with some 'Sucklebusters Hoochie Mama rub'. They were then grilled over a medium hot mesquite charcoal fire. After the wings were cooked they were bathed in some melted butter and some Original Pepper Sauce. These wings were stupendous. They're grrreat!" Did I sound like Tony the Tiger? Sucklebusters original pepper sauce has left a warm glow of approval on our tastebuds.
Man I love chicken wings. I made a batch a couple of weeks ago with traditional red hot sauce and some in BBQ sauce. We ate them like starved wild animals.
Yes, I believe Wings are the food of the Gods.
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