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post May 29 2004, 03:11 AM
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Hello Buffalo Wing Friends,

I LOVE to make the Buffalo wings which are excellent, but the packaged meals have lots of sugar in them, so I want to make it with much less sugar and not have to go through a great deal of steps to make it. Please help me since I want so much to make this kind of meal and yet at the same time, I need less sugar and I want to be able to make it so simple I will make it nearly as good. I want to be able to use the best sugar there is for the amount of sugar I need to use.

I call the 'Buffalo Wing' I relate to as 'Superbowl food'.

If you all want to talk about this, please do since this is VERY important to me.

I love the hotter kind, but I am not wanting to go totally nuts with HOT.

Thank-you in advance for any help you can lend for me today.
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post Jun 6 2004, 01:52 AM
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When we make wings, we just fry dry wing parts directly in the oil with NO coating. The skin itself gets extra crispy and this is the true Buffalo style. Then we saute in sauce made from RED HOT brand hot sauce with vinegar and butter, (plus we had cayenne pepper and tabasco for extra heat (IMG:http://www.sugarbustersforum.com/forum/style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif) ). Franks Red Hot is not all that hot on its own. You could probably water it down with a little apple juice or something to cut the heat and sweeten it up a little without adding processed sugar. If you are interested, I can work up a recipe for you. This is the easiest and most authentic to the wings that originated in Buffalo, NY. (My husband is from Rochester NY, so he is nearly an expert!)

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