Make Amazing Chicken Wing Dip With Mild to Wild Hot Sauce

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Dip

Chicken wing dip is the perfect appetizer for a football party, backyard picnic, or holiday meal. You can dip anything from tortilla chips to carrots into this scrumptious dip and munch away in enjoyment. This version of chicken wing dip made with Ralph’s Righteous Scorpion Sauce from Mild to Wild is creamy, flavorful, and packed with spice.

Adding Fruit to Barbecue Sauces: Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb

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Barbecue Sauces

Most everyone who has grilled or smoked meat is familiar with the standard, regional barbecue sauces, from the tomato-based wet rub from Texas, to the mustard sauces used in South Carolina, to the whiskey-laced sauces favored in Tennessee. However, some more experimental grill masters are adding fruit to their wet rubs to give their meat a unique taste that hitherto … Read More

Get our Habanero Barbecue Sauce. It is good for you!

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Habanero

Our Habanero barbecue sauce not only packs up a good kick and great taste; it may also be good for you! Capsaicin is a natural property in Habanero peppers as well as in most hot peppers. It gives peppers their distinctive hot taste, but there is much more to it than meets the eye. Capsaicin may be one of the … Read More

Caramelizing the Sugar in Your Barbecue Sauce

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Caramelizing

When you are cooking with barbecue sauce, there are a variety of tips that you should keep in mind to maximize its flavor. One of the least understood of these is the act of caramelizing the sauce. This offers your meat a taste boost that is nearly impossible to get in any other way.

Mild to Wild: Indian-Style Tandoori Barbecue

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Tandoori

Anyone who has been to an Indian restaurant has experienced the joys of tandoori barbecue cooking. The way it works is that a bell-shaped clay oven has hot coals or wood at the bottom that stokes up the heat to 900 degrees. Then chunks of meat, lamb or chicken by choice, are marinated in spices and put into these ovens … Read More

Kicking up Fried Chicken with Hot Sauce

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Hot Sauce

Very few foods cannot be improved with a little addition of hot sauce. (Well, maybe ice cream, but even there some imaginative cook might concoct something tasty, say jalapeno and chocolate.) Fried chicken, though, can certainly be kicked up a bit with a little heat.