Rippin’ Red – Wing Sauce Original

by Hot Juan on July 10, 2011 · 1 comment

in Product Reviews

Rippin' Red - Wing Sauce Original

Rippin' Red - Wing Sauce Original

A little delayed, but much looked forward to, today I am tasting a Wing Sauce from Rippin’ Red Wing Sauces, the sauces has won lots of awards including 1st and 2nd place at the HOT PEPPER AWARDS for unique wing sauces in 2010.

The Hot Pepper Awards 2010 Winner

The Hot Pepper Awards 2010 Winner

Cayenne chillies have a unmistakable flavour and smell and on opening this bottle that smell is there, I have not tried a wing sauce with butter and Parmesan cheese, in other sauces I have seen liquid margarine as an ingredient, and it is this that makes the sauce stick so well to the wings.

The favour of this sauce is strongly cayenne and vinegar with a good whack of garlic to follow, it is only as that fades do you find the parmesan, I am tasting this without the aid of the wing to start with so the vinegar flavour will dissipated when the sauce is poured on the wings (Think of an oil and vinegar dressing).

Ingredients: Cayenne Pepper Sauce (Cayenne Peppers, Vinegar), Fresh Garlic, Unsalted Butter, Parmesan Cheese (Milk, Salt, Rennet) Modified Food Starch, Natural Gum.

Bottle kindly provided by Rippin’ Red Wing Sauces

I have now poured this over my roasted wings ( approx. 55mins at 200 C) and this is what this sauce is all about, it is nice and warming, the Vinegar, Butter and Parmesan combination is sublime, my lips are tingling as the warmth of the wings enlivens the warms of the cayenne.

These are some of the best wings I have made at home, and I have made a few, I would love to see this sauce for sale in the UK, I am sure they are looking for a distributor/stockist

This sauces comes in a 12 oz (340g) bottle which is enough for a good few wings, in the US the prices ranges from $4.00 to $5.99 per bottle.

Flavour
(8/10)
Heat
(5.5/10)
Packaging
(7/10)
Value
(8/10)
Overall
(8/10)

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