Buffalo Wing Sauce
Buffalo sauce is best known in conjunction with chicken wings. But fiery buffalo sauce is actually delicious drizzled over an array of recipes.See Popular Buffalo Wing Sauce Recipes
Here's a drumstick version of the popular chicken wing appetizer. If you like a little less hot and spicy flavor, use 2 tablespoons hot pepper sauce and add 1 teaspoon vinegar.
This robust and creamy dip features the great flavor of Buffalo chicken wings without all the mess!
If you, your family, or guests have taste buds for heat, use the full 3 tablespoons of bottled hot pepper sauce. Otherwise, tame this snack recipe with less sauce. And serve cool beverages.
Golden crispy hot wings smothered in buttery-hot-and-spicy Buffalo wing sauce and crumbled blue cheese. A football fan's favorite!
Even though boneless Buffalo wings are made with healthy white-meat chicken, they're usually deep-fried and drenched in hot sauce laced with butter. The solution: chicken tenders are dredged in seasoned whole-wheat flour and cornmeal, pan-fried in only a small amount of oil and then drizzled with a tangy hot pepper sauce. With a fraction of the fat, calories and sodium, these boneless wings are reason enough to throw a party.
From the delicious appetizers to hearty mains, these buffalo chicken rinspired ecipes are sure to make you the MVP of any tailgate!
Any Super Bowl party worth its salt had better include a platter piled high with chicken wings. Whether you prefer them blazing hot or sweet and sour, there's something addictive about each juicy little bite of meat on the bone. Best of all, there's nothing fussy about them--everyone can eat with their hands and revel in the finger-lickin'-good mess.
Basketball fans, it's down to the March Madness Sweet 16! And whether you're a Syracuse Orange fan (like one of our editors) or a Louisville Cardinals lover, you need sustenance to get through the games (all eight of 'em). In our world that means plates piled high with chicken wings, meaty, spicy bites that satisfy and add a little heat to the madness.
Amid the cheers for touchdowns and field goals on Super Bowl Sunday, let's give a shout out to Ignacio Anaya, the inventor of the nacho! You may be especially inspired as you reach for one of the meat, cheese, bean, and salsa-loaded tortilla chips that are as much a part of a Super Bowl party (or any party, for that matter) as a spicy Buffalo chicken wing. And we've got plenty of nachos recipes to inspire you.
Chicken wings are the soul of a great tailgating party. They're great with beer, require no cutlery, and, if things go poorly for the home team, they provide all the comfort traditionally associated with chicken itself -- everything short of chicken soup! Whatever the actual reason that chicken wings have become a tailgating staple, there's no doubt these bite-size pieces of poultry are a must at any self-respecting gathering of tailgaters.
There's less than a week 'til the Super Bowl. Do you have your Super Bowl menu planned? Because, really, the two teams facing off (that would be the Ravens and 49ers, and yes, we Googled that) aren't nearly as important as the food you serve at the party. Bring on the beer, the bratwurst, the Beyonce. And, naturally, you've gotta have chicken wings. Yeah, they're extra expensive this year thanks to last summer's drought, but, according to a press release from the National Chicken Council (uh-huh, that's a thing), 1.23 billion wings will be gobbled over Super Bowlread more
Of course you love ranch dressing. Who doesn't? But do you really want to try it as a soda. YOU READ THIS CORRECTLY! A company called Rocket Fizz, which has a thing for weirdly flavored sodas -- how about buffalo chicken wing, peanut butter and jelly, and bacon -- has just come out with its latest beverage: Ranch Dressing. Fortunately for us, the Huffington Post food blog, Taste, has already sampled Ranch Dressing soda. Here's what one editor had to say: "You know, there is almost nothing I won't eat, but the smell of this alone made my eyesread more
Buffalo wings have revolutionized late-night bar food and football-watching feasts. The dish takes its name from the city in which it originated -- Buffalo, New York -- but you can give them whatever name you want when you learn how to make them in your home.
Here's how to get three delicious party snacks from just one ingredient!