Sweet Heat Dipping Sauce

Mix and serve

Who doesn’t love the combination of sweet and heat.  This dipping sauce is simple and amazing!  It utilizes a spicy sweet chili sauce mixed with a nice preserve.  To be honest, you can switch up the preserve, but we have found that apricot preserves work the best.  This simple and delicious sauce is great on … Read moreSweet Heat Dipping Sauce

Our Best Hot Wing Recipes for the Big Game

Spicy Barbecue Wings

The Ultimate football food is the spicy and tangy hot wing.  You could say that they are Super.  I have compiled a list of the best hot wing recipes on Savoryreviews.com. We have everything from regular to boneless, fried to smoked and mild to extra spicy.  If you are looking for a great recipe, you have come to the right place.

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Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs

Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs

I am a sucker for sweet and spicy flavor profiles.  So when we had a few chicken breasts lying around and a can of pineapple chunks, I knew that I had to make kabobs.  To be honest, I have never been to Hawaii or even had traditional Hawaiian food.  So the authenticity of this dish is not purely Hawaiian, but Hawaiian in style.  These Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs are a chicken kabob coated in a sweet and spicy sauce that takes you right to the beach.

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Honey Soy Chicken Skewers

Honey Soy Chicken Skewers

Since the snow has melted we have been itching to grill.  So I decided to dust off the Weber Grill and make some chicken.  I wanted to use only the ingredients that I had in the house, so I raided the pantry.  I had soy sauce and honey.  Boom, honey soy chicken. Sounds like a winning combination to me.  Since I wanted to maximize surface area of the chicken that absorbed the marinade, I decided to cube the chicken and skewer it.  This was a great combination which is going to be added to our regular dinner rotation.  You have to try this.

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Spicy Barbecue Buffalo Wings

Spicy Barbecue Wings

I love chicken wings! I love them so much that I purchase wings in bulk.  You can never have too many wings.  In my opinion the best way to cook a wing is over an open flame on the grill.  That way you get crispy skin and that smokey caramelized flavor that you can not get with any other form of cooking.  I always get asked how to make a spicy barbecued wing.  Well this is the simplest way to do it.  This recipe is a simple way to make any of your favorite barbecue sauces shine as a wing sauce.

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Get Sauced! – Homemade Mustard

Memorial Day is the ultimate grilling day!  Nothing goes with hot dogs like Mustard.  The other day I tackled homemade Ketchup, and today I am tackling the other half.  Homemade Mustard. Once again making your condiments homemade allows you to determine what goes into your sauces.   No high fructose corn syrup, preservatives or fillers. … Read moreGet Sauced! – Homemade Mustard

Szechwan Beef Stir-Fry

Szechwan Beef Stir-fry

I am always looking for new ways to cook beef.  I have made stir-frys’ in the past but none of them were Szechwan.  What is Szechwan Cuisine?  Well Szechwan means originating from the Sichuan Province of southwestern China.  I is known for  bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers¹. This stir-fry … Read moreSzechwan Beef Stir-Fry

Chipotle Peach BBQ Chicken

Chipotle Peach BBQ Chicken

The other day I was searching for something to grill. Then I found some chipotle peppers in my pantry. It was on. I was going to make a BBQ sauce and cook up some chicken. The sweetness of the peach would hopefully offset the heat and smokiness from the chipotles. It was a huge hit.

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Grilled Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

The other week I was asked by my friend Sean to make and post a grilled shrimp recipe.  I am always looking for new ideas so I jumped on the chance.  What kind of shrimp would I make?  Bacon wrapped shrimp, of course.  So I went to the store picked up a couple of pounds of shrimp and a couple of pounds of bacon and started experimenting.  I have never wrapped bacon around shrimp before so it was a learning experience.  The first batch was bad.  I wrapped a whole strip of bacon around the shrimp and started to grill.  Way too much bacon, plus by the time that the bacon was cooked, the shrimp were like bricks.  Back to the drawing board.  So I partially cooked the bacon and cut it in half so that there was not too much bacony goodness and we had a winner.  I know that sounds weird, why would I want less bacony goodness, but there was so much bacon that it overwhelmed the shrimp.  I never thought I would say it, but sometimes there can be too much bacon.  I still can’t believe that I just wrote that.

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2nd Annual Wingtacular – Washington, DC

It is that time of the year again.  The second annual wingtacular! Saturday May 16th 23rd .  Last year we had 15 competitors making their own hot wing sauces.  Below is the picture of last years top three. As you can see first place was the coveted wingtacular cup, yes it holds a beer. Second place was … Read more2nd Annual Wingtacular – Washington, DC

The Blue Box Revisited – Spicy Mac n Cheese

If you are like me, no matter how much you cook, you always have a box of Mac n Cheese in the pantry.  As much as I want to hate the stuff it is good.  So, I have worked to spice it up in more than one way.  Honestly, it is not much, but it is enough to transform a bland blue box to a tasty concoction.

Spiced up Mac n Cheese

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