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What can I use if my family does not like Buffalo wing sauce or any hot sauce for that matter? I found a recipe for wings and potato casserole that sounds good but not if it's hot.

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    Does your family not like the flavors associated with hot sauce? Or do they just not like the "burn" of the hot sauce? – Jay Sep 1 '15 at 15:02
  • What is the result you are trying to get? – GdD Sep 1 '15 at 15:04
  • There are plenty of places that serve wings with more mild sauces ... barbecue sauce, sweet & sour, etc. – Joe Sep 1 '15 at 16:05
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Really, any sauce you use with other savory meet dishes can be nice on chicken wings. Options include:

  • BBQ sauce
  • most Asian ready made sauces at your grocery store (teriyaki, sweet and sour, etc., even better make a homemade version of one of these sauces)
  • honey mustard
  • melted butter (or extra virgin olive oil) with garlic, Parmesan cheese, and your favorite herbs
  • lemon or lime juice & salt (possibly add honey if you like it sweet)
  • vinegar & salt
  • real maple syrup and salt
  • peanut butter and jelly sauce (some of these recipes include chilies, which you can ignore)
  • you can even wrap wings in bacon, for a dryer but quite flavorful wing

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