Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wings Sauce (148ml) was £1.49 now 74p @ Waitrose
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Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wings Sauce (148ml) was £1.49 now 74p @ Waitrose

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Found 23rd Aug 2016
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Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wings Sauce (148ml) was £1.49 now 74p

Frank's Red Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce Xtra Hot (148ml) was £1.49 now 74p

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Love this stuff.

http://i.imgur.com/pP8dCbo.gif

Not sure the product warrants the name Red Hot, given that it's about as spicy as a can of Rice Pudding...

Still, good price for the product.

steevio_uk

Not sure the product warrants the name Red Hot, given that it's about as … Not sure the product warrants the name Red Hot, given that it's about as spicy as a can of Rice Pudding...Still, good price for the product.


You are right. It isn't hot but has a great flavour. I find mixing some Tabasco with it gives a great marinade for pork fillets. Not too hot but just enough of a kick with the extra spice from the tabasco.

Pour these over some chicken tenders from Costco for a tasty side dish.

Usually on offer for £1 @ Asda and I stock up on this and the chilli & lime flavour. But this is cheap!

its nice taste.

So it should be called " Franks not very hot at all , but tastes nice buffalo wings sauce "?

They do an extra hot one

HOT!

This is my favourite condiment
Edited by: "DweebDude" 24th Aug 2016

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I find it tastes too much like vinegar

plodging

So it should be called " Franks not very hot at all , but tastes nice … So it should be called " Franks not very hot at all , but tastes nice buffalo wings sauce "?



Yes, yes it should.

Peronally I hate the artificial butter flavour in this sauce. Best getting the original or extra hot and mixing it 50/50 with butter, original buffalo wing style.

Also, I hate places that sell "buffalo" wings yet they're just plain chicken wings, or they come with a side of un-diluted vinegary franks

Amazing on homemade American style chicken wings. Get yourselves some chicken wings. Divide wing from leg. Do not marinade. Do not get the urge to put salt, or pepper, or anything else whatsoever. Place 2 handfuls in a medium to hot boiling oil. They should bubble to the touch but not vigorously bubble. I have electric and 4-5 knob works for me best. Leave them for 12-13 minutes. After done. Put whatever sauce you feel like on them. For New York buffalo style use these sauces.

Great price, cheers OP
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