Easy Buffalo Sauce Recipe – How to make Buffalo Wing Sauce for Chicken

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Easy Buffalo Wing Sauce Recipe – How to make Buffalo Sauce for Chicken ** SEE OUR BBQ ACCESSORY GUIDE: http://bit.ly/BBQaccesoryguide

In this Easy Buffalo Sauce Recipe, we will teach you how to make Quick and Simple Buffalo wings sauce for your Chicken Wings. This Buffalo wings Sacue Recipe is one that is simple to do and tastes great! We made these on a kettle Grill, but you can also do this on any other type of grill using the indirect cooking method. Everything you need to know is below.

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INGREDIENTS THAT YOU WILL NEED FOR THIS BUFFALO SAUCE RECIPE:

1 cup hot sauce (we used Franks)
1/3 cup butter

***HOW TO MAKE THIS EASY BUFALO WING SAUCE RECIPE***

Step #1
While your wings are cooking, you can make your Buffalo wing sauce or if you like you can make it in advance. This is easy to make, simply mix together 1 cup franks hot sauce and 1/3 cup of butter to a sauce pan until it is melted together. Whisk it together until it starts to simmer, then remove it from the heat.

SEE How we made Classic Buffalo Wings with this sauce: https://youtu.be/zx0ql57SBso

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About this video:
In this Buffalo Sauce Recipe video, you will learn How to make Easy buffalo wing sauce on the grill. These classic hot wing sauce taste great and is really easy to make on the bbq or stovetop. You can use this same recipe with Chicken Breasts, legs and leg quarters. We hope you enjoy this easy Buffalo wings sauce recipe that we made.

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45 replies
  1. JP
    JP says:

    People are being dicks in the comments. This IS the authentic sauce recipe. I will point out however you should warm the sauce first and then add in cold butter. It creates an emulsion where the two are less likely to split. Try to not boil it either. More likely to split.

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  2. Ice TheKing
    Ice TheKing says:

    Im from Rochester NY (hour away from Buffalo. Our wings are just as good) and Id do the same thing but use Anchor Bar's wing sauce instead. Its so much better than frank's

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  3. Dallan C.
    Dallan C. says:

    Try adding 1 cup of honey, 1/4 cup of corn syrup. Bring to a boil then thicken the sauce with 1/4 cup water mixed with a heaping spoon full of corn starch (stir as you add slowly). Sauce should be much thicker now. If not add a little more water/corn starch mixture. After it cools enough to where steam isn't coming off, add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Trust me. Best. Wing. Sauce. Ever. I smoke my wings for 2 hours, then crisp them up in the oven at 400 for about 10 or so min. Wings are now my most favorite meat to smoke. I also preseason my wings with many different spices before smoking them. You get many different flavors in the end. So stinking good!

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