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    Spicy Honey

    1/4 cup honey
    2 TBSP Frank's RedHot Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce

    Combine ingredients in glass measuring cup. Microwave in 20 second increments until boiling, about 1 minute. Continue in 20 second increments until reduced to 1/4 cup. Cool for 10+ minutes before drizzling over roasted veggies. Do not use thicker hot sauces like sriracha, the sauce will be too thick to drizzle.

    From Cook's Illustrated magazine, Nov/Dec 2018

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    I want to try this........... 1 part Franks to 4 parts honey..................... I'll probably skip the heat at first.


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    Or try some of the new Tabasco Honey sauce,just found it today.Didn't know they made such and cant wait to try it on some wings or fried chicken lol

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    Can I use Frank's Buffalo sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    Can I use Frank's Buffalo sauce?
    Short answer: No, not if you want to make the recipe as intended.

    Long answer:

    Frank's Buffalo contains: Distilled Vinegar, Aged Cayenne Red Peppers, Salt, Water, Canola Oil, Paprika, Xanthan Gum, Natural Butter Type Flavor, Garlic Powder

    Frank's RedHot contains: Aged Cayenne Red Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Water, Salt, Garlic Powder

    Different ingredients, different taste and consistency, therefore different recipe results.

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    Thanks for pointing those out. You're right, it would taste too different.

    I kind of asked because I only had the buffalo version at the the moment.

    I'll get the original one and try this.

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    So, Arun, you're saying you got buffaloed?

    Chris, thanks for posting this up. I've been contemplating making a chili honey for a while, this would certainly be a short cut.

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    I like how this would be used with veggies.

    What veggies would work best? Green ones like asparagus, peas, green beans, Brussels sprouts?

    Other things like onions, bell peppers?

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    Buddy of mine had chilied honey drizzled over a brick oven pizza w/ jalapenos on Monday night, said it was awfully good.

    Anything that would profit from sweet & heat should be good.

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