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Buffalo Wild Wings Asian Zing Sauce Recipe
Buffalo Wild Wings Asian Zing Sauce
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Sauce
Calories: 45
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.0 (2 reviews)
Menu Description: "Sweet meats heat: A chili pepper, soy and ginger sauce."

Here's a clone for one of the newer sauces that the wing masters at Buffalo Wild Wings added to the menu. When I get over to BWW, I order up a tall Foster's on tap, and 12 boneless wings covered in this great sauce. It's sweet-and-sour with a kick, and the kick is what the beer's for. Next time you're at the market grab yourself some chili garlic sauce in the aisle with the other Asian foods. That's the crucial ingredient that gives this sauce its heat, along with its deep red color. Once this sauce is made it'll store for weeks in a sealed container in your fridge. Now you've got a quick dip for eggrolls, wontons and spring rolls. Cook up some wings, nuggets or breaded tenders and toss 'em in the gooey goodness until well-coated, then serve hot. And don't forget the beer.

Source: "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" by Todd Wilbur.
2 teaspoons cornstarch
4 teaspoons rice wine vinegar
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Dan Bobzien  
Submitted on: 12/16/11
Sauce is extremely close. You could use this for a variety of chinese dishes. Excellent flavor! Worth the 79 cents.
Submitted on: 04/08/09
A pretty good sauce...it is close to the BWW version. Not nearly as spicy. I would add more chili sauce next time. Also, if you store in the fridge, it gets very thick due to all of the corn syrup.