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Old 12-28-2011, 09:10 AM   #1
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I'm doing HOT wings for South Carolina's bowl game at the house for my friends. I haven't even tried either, but what's a sauce that I could marinate these in to make them even HOTTER.

I didn't want to make them Man vs. Food hot, but would like to have a few on the side with an extra ... kick in the balls.
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Old 12-28-2011, 09:17 AM   #2
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Use the HDD with EVOO in equal parts and marinate for as long as you can (We do three days) as the fat will carry the flavors into the meat. Bliss I tells ya. I haven't used the Rub Co. Wing Rub yet, but it's flavor profile isn't about the heat so much as it's sharp tang on the initial flavor burst, then the spice kicks in very pleasantly. They're both outstanding but quite different.
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i wouldn't marinade hem in another hot sauce IMHO. it'll just fark up the existing flavors.

i'd suggest if you want them hotter, coat with extra rub and let sit for longer. then dust liberally with more a little bit before cook time.

just my 2 cents.
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Thanks guys ... I'll look for some EVOO
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i wouldn't marinade hem in another hot sauce IMHO. it'll just fark up the existing flavors.

i'd suggest if you want them hotter, coat with extra rub and let sit for longer. then dust liberally with more a little bit before cook time.

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Old 12-28-2011, 09:24 AM   #6
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i wouldn't marinade hem in another hot sauce IMHO. it'll just fark up the existing flavors.

i'd suggest if you want them hotter, coat with extra rub and let sit for longer. then dust liberally with more a little bit before cook time.

just my 2 cents.
Yep, that's what we do. When the wings are ready to go on the grill, they get another dusting with the HDD. That's all they need. MY needs, however, tend to run with a good blue cheese dipping sauce to keep from setting myself on fire. Redhot usually laughs at that.
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Gf says we have plenty of Evoo ... so just mix them together and rub as normal?
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Old 12-28-2011, 09:58 AM   #8
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Yep. For a family pack of wings (+/- a couple dozen) We do 1/4 cup EVOO and 1/4 cup HDD. We do our wings in a 1 gallon storage bag in the fridge. Add the EVOO first then gradually add the HDD, sloshing the bag periodically while adding to get a good even coat. Get as much air out of the bag as you can before refrigeration and turn periodically. After they've marinated, give them another dusting of the rub before grilling.
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Forgot to add we cut off the wing tips but leave them intact otherwise.
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Mix some Dave's Insanity Sauce with EVOO, rub it on the wings (use latex glove), then sprinkle with the rub. You'll have the heat you're looking for, and maybe then some .
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HDD is all the hot you will need.
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Just add some HDD to the Rub Co Hot Wing Rub, it doesn't need to get confusing. I wouldn't overpower it with HDD though, you may end up losing some of the great flavor the Rub Co brings to the table.
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Thanks everybody. I've been dying to try it since it came in ... I have a feeling I'm going to die after I do
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Mix some Dave's Insanity Sauce with EVOO, rub it on the wings (use latex glove), then sprinkle with the rub. You'll have the heat you're looking for, and maybe then some .
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Here's what I do, and they turn out awesome every time!

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=116783
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