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Hey i got these hot sauces for christmas and i was wanting to

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Hey i got these hot sauces for christmas and i was wanting to cook em with some chicken and make hotwings. I would preferably like to find dish that doesnt involving frying even if it means not making hot wings. But if thats the application for these sauces so be it.
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>>8515260
Those came from Target. I almost bought a set.
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You can bake them, just make sure to toss them in a bit of flour/cornstarch so the sauce will stick.
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>challenge
Taste the 3rd from the right. See how hot it is.
That will let you judge how to use the others.
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>>8516830
Too expensive right
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>>8515260

Bake your wings with just salt and pepper. When they are crispy, put them in a bowl, toss with desired hot sauce, and put them back in the oven for 5-10 minutes until the sauce is dry. I have never fried a chicken wing in my life, but I still get to enjoy crisp and juicy chicken wings.
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Slightly related question. Is it okay to store hot sauce outside of the fridge after its been opened?
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>>8515260
Line a sheet pan with foil. Buy some ranch Shake n bake...add some chicken tenders or breasts. Bake.
Warm your hot sauce in a pan with about equal parts butter, a clove of chopped garlic, and a few shakes of worchestershire sauce. Either serve as a dipping sauce or dunk those crispy baked chicken pieces in there with each bite.
Don't forget your blue cheese dip and some celery if you like.
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>>8517296
>Slightly related question. Is it okay to store hot sauce outside of the fridge after its been opened?
If it has vinegar, yes. I don't however.
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