Hot Honey Hot Sauce Wings

I received this product free for testing purposes but the opinions are 100% my own.


My little envelope of happy mail arrived today: Herb’n Farm Hot Honey Hot Sauce. To say I was excited is a freaking understatement. I am a clinical social worker, but today I felt like a chef getting free goods in the mail and being asked to review someone’s product. My first thought was this is the most adorable bottle ever (the bottle is small  read 6.4 oz for $10, and some may balk at that price as it’s about the size of a chicken leg). However, if you don’t judge a book by its cover, you don’t judge a sauce by its bottle or size. I placed a dollop on my finger and my first thought was, “This is a delicious mind fuck. It tastes sweet then beautiful blessed nightmare the heat hits you.”


To truly test this product, I needed a focus group. So, I whipped up some wings and invited a few friends over. Verdict: there wasn’t a wing left at the end of the night. The feedback was “You got all that flavor out of that little bottle?!” I did. The trick was not to marinate my meat in it. I just didn’t have enough, so it’s best used for what it is- a sauce to finish off and glaze your wings with. It makes me happy it came with a “drizzle” top. Some of the other feedback was “Herb guy nailed this”, “This product is amazing”, “Can I order online” (yes, you can)  “The ratio is perfect.” Others disagreed and said, “Wish the heat would been stronger and the sweetness hit you on the back end.” To either of those, I say you could adjust your seasoning profile in the wing recipe. The end results: I would purchase this product. I think it’s a great foodie way to turn your BBQ up a notch and would make a great hostess gift. Bon Appetit

Preparations: Place wings in a bowl, seasoning with pepper, salt, HerbFarm NW Herb N Jerk, and Lawrey’s, and sprinkle with juice of one lemon. Preheat oven to 400°F. Set a wire rack inside each of two large rimmed baking sheets. Place all ingredients in a large bowl; toss to coat. Divide wings between prepared racks and spread out in a single layer. Bake wings until cooked through and skin is crispy, 35–45minutes. Drizzle with Hot Honey Glaze Hot Sauce  and place on grill for five minutes to finish off.


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6 Responses to Hot Honey Hot Sauce Wings

  1. Miriam says:

    Sounds delicious!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sounds like a winning combo of flavor!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. reviewsbyjc says:

    Going to have to try this, my husband would love it.

    Liked by 2 people

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