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9 Favorite Buffalo Wild Wings Recipes

Posted by Blendtec on

What’s better than greasy meat smothered in a delicious sauce? After all, there’s a reason that restaurants such as Buffalo Wild Wings rake in the business. Of course, if you find yourself besieged by a craving for chicken wings and spicy garlic dip, you're probably going to have to shell out some cash and brave some crowds in order to find satisfaction.

On the other hand, you could save money and hassle by making your own wings at home. And what about those one-of-a-kind Buffalo Wild Wings sauces? Well, we’ve got you covered there as well.

Take a look at this handy infographic packed with instructions on cooking boneless wings and whipping up your favorite buffalo sauces so you can enjoy your favorite Buffalo Wild Wings recipes without having to go to the restaurant.

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  • Recipe for the lemon vinaigrette please

    Sharon Traynor on

  • I’m looking for BWW Macaroni and Cheese. Had it for the first time yesterday and it’s the best. Would appreciate your help

    Lynda on

  • Can we please try to copy jammin jalapeno

    Petey on

  • I too would like the Desert Heat copy :)

    Tory on

  • I have searched for a while. Bought the seasoning and trying to reproduce. Desert heat dry rub. Its our fav!

    Amy on

  • Does anyone have the recipe for BWW’s buffalo dry rub seasoning?

    Odyssey on

  • Anyone know the recipe for the mandarin kick wings that were limited time only? These were my favorite ever and I can not find them any store near us. Or if I can purchase this sauce?

    Lora on

  • You can buy that sauce at their store.

    Lindsey on

  • Cory – do you know how to make the wings using the dry rub? Our favorite was the buffalo dry rub but my attempts result in wings with a loose powder on them.

    Kelli on

  • I just had a cup of chili at Buffalo Wild Wings. It was awesome. Does anyone know the recipe?

    Sue on

  • I tried the Parmesan garlic and the blazin. Both were horrible. I followed the recipes exactly and neither were anything like BWW. Would not recommend

    Sara on

  • I made the Asian zing sauce and put it in a mason jar in the fridge for later use. However, later when I took it out it was very gooey with the same consistency as caramel. When warmed up, it was even harder and sticky. Anyone know why this happened?

    Ally on

  • Hate to break it to ya, their mac is just craft singles microwaved.. worked there for 8 years

    Cory on

  • it said that it had tequila, no tequila on your recipe?

    david on

  • No…you do not put any flour, or batter or anything on the chicken. Fry it and toss it in the sauce

    Hacksaw61 on

  • These recipes sound great. I have been searching for Buffalo Wild Wings recipie for Mac and Cheese but I am unable to find it. By chance do you have it. I need the kid friendly version. Thanks for your assistance.

    Joellyn on

  • Does anyone know how to make the Santa Fe Sauce?

    Krystal on

  • it tastes nothing like southwest ranch, it has a smokey taste to it with a tang, i have been looking for it for a long time and southwest ranch falls short so far

    Kevin on

  • I didn’t see a Thai curry recipe was there one available.

    Jon on

  • you just toss them in flour. All they need is a light coat.

    Joe on

  • Anyone have the recipe for WILD? Thanks!

    Jay on

  • Anyone have the recipe for the WILD wing sauce? Thanks!

    Jay on

  • Does anyone know how to make their cheese curds?

    Jami on

  • I am looking for Buffalo Wild Wings Chili recipe.

    Stephanie on

  • What about their chili con queso dip?? Does anyone know their recipe for that?

    Stephanie on

  • Does bw3 use flour to coat the wings or do they just clean them and deep fry them?

    Rachel on

  • Anyone have imitator for the spicy Thai Curry? My FAVORITE and cannot find a recipe online! Will be trying the Asian Zing and Honey Garlic for sure today!

    Lori on

  • Wahoo!!! Thanks for this. We’ll see making some!!

    Sandy on

  • I do..

    Kikkoman Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, 10.6 oz

    1 jar strawberry preserves 12oz

    1/2 cup of strawberries boiled into 1/4 cup water with 3tbs sugar

    Mix sriracha sauce and preserves together and bring to boil, then put onto simmer.

    Meanwhile, mix strawberries, sugar and water in saucepan, boil for 5 minutes. Crush strawberries. Mix into sauce and bring to a boil.

    Stir and simmer until ready for use.

    Btittne on

  • I’m looking for a recipe for BWW jumpin jalapeno sauce

    Paul on

  • Me too! Anyone knows how to make the salt and vinegar?

    Ivan on

  • Its just southwest ranch. You can buy it anywhere, its nothing special

    David on

  • Anybody have the ingredients for the Strawberry Sriracha?

    Jason on

  • woow thats great

    monaliza on

  • Does anyone have the Hot BBQ recipie?

    Tyler on

  • Dude. Here goes. The easy way. Add 1 tablespoon of cold water to 1 tablespoon of cornstarch. Whisk till it’s well whisked. Slowly whisk this mixture into the sauce and let simmer couple minutes. Repeat as needed. More appropriate, but more difficult, Use wine or fat or butter then add equal amount flour and whisk and simmer till its an even slurry. then add this to your sauce. Or even, pulverize some okra in blender, add to your sauce. Or, keep Filé powder on hand. Add sparingly, only if the spicy, earthy, flavor goes with your dish. Any more, out there?

    Doug on

  • Honey Bourbon Mustard Sauce
    1 cup honey
    1/2 cup bourbon
    1/2 cup grain mustard
    1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
    2 teaspoons garlic powder
    1 teaspoon cornstarch (optional)

    Mix all ingredients except cornstarch in a pot. Bring to a simmer and reduce heat. Simmer for 20-30 minutes. If the sauce isn’t thick enough after 30 minutes, mix the cornstarch with 1 tablespoon of water and then mix it into the sauce. Bring the sauce back to a heavy simmer and then reduce heat to allow it to thicken.

    Josh on

  • Does anyone know how to make the simple plain Teriyaki sauce?! Thanks in advance!

    Mandi on

  • Thanks guys! these are great! Would anyone have a recipe for the street tacos sauce?

    Stacey on

  • Heat oil in a large skillet to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Deep fry chicken wings in oil until done, about 10 minutes. Remove chicken from skillet and drain on paper towels. You can use canola, vegetable, or peanut oil.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Asian Zing can quickly be approximated as a dipping sauce by simply adding Sriracha to a Sweetened Chili spring roll sauce (we use pantai brand)

    M@ on

  • As a first time wing maker, how would I fry the wings if I didn’t have a proper fryer and what oil would I use?

    Megan on

  • Great can you make me that

    Olivia on

  • Try this one
    http://addapinch.com/maple-glazed-chicken-wings-recipe/

    Darron on

  • This is the one I’m looking for, too!

    Amber on

  • Hey guys.

    My absolute favorite thing at BWW was to use the blackened seasoning as a dry rub. They’ve unfortunately changed up their blackening spices to a more cajun style.

    Does anyone have any insight on the old style???

    Chris on

  • Thank you so much for this! Makes everything so much easier.

    Ana on

  • Does anyone know the recipe for the Hot BBQ? My husband loves that one:)

    Shannon on

  • This is a recipe for a dish…. I’m interested in the recipe for the actual sauce.. Anyone?? A copy cat?

    Greg on

  • Way back someone asked for onion ring batter mix..mix 1 cup of regular beer and 1 cup of flour..wisk, cover, and let set at room temperature for 3 hours..batter rings and fry..perfect..the plain beers work best like Bud, Miller, etc. No lite beers.

    Anne on

  • I’ve finally found it Zack here you go.

    YIELDMakes 4 servingsACTIVE TIME30 minutesTOTAL TIME45 minutes
    INGREDIENTS:

    2 teaspoons vegetable oil
    1 4-ounce can or jar yellow curry paste
    3/4 pound carrots, peeled, cut into 1/2"-thick rounds
    1 medium onion, chopped
    1 red bell pepper, cut into 1" pieces
    1 pound Yukon Gold potatoes (about 3), peeled, cut into 1/2" pieces
    1 pound skinless, boneless chicken thighs, cut into 1" pieces
    1 13.5-ounce or 15-ounce can unsweetened coconut milk
    Chopped fresh basil and cilantro
    PREPARATION

    Heat oil in a large heavy pot over medium heat. Add curry paste and cook, stirring, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add carrots, onion, and pepper and cook, stirring occasionally, until onion is translucent, about 10 minutes.
    Add potatoes, chicken, coconut milk, and 1 1/2 cups water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook, stirring occasionally, until chicken is cooked through and potatoes are tender, about 20 minutes. Divide curry among bowls and top with herbs.

    Asian on

  • Anyone know the receipe for morraccan Fire buffalo wild wing sauce

    Ralph on

  • I tried making the mango habanero sauce followed directions exactly from mixing to shimmering for 30 minutes yet the sauce came out as runny as water maybe a tad thicker

    larry on

  • Jammin’ Jalapeno starter suggestions

    1 jar of Jalapeno jelly
    Fresh Jalapenos
    Honey
    Salt and pepper
    1 small clove garlic, minced

    Cook in sauce pan shortly to marry flavours and soften Jalapenos. Let cool, then blend. Cook in sauce pan again until desired color and consistency. Play with the amounts of each ingredient. Hope this helps all of you forlorn Jammin’ Jalapeno lovers.

    Autumn on

  • You should be fine to use peanut oil, but the taste may be different.

    Kelli Farley on

  • If anyone knows of any possible way to get buttery maple wing sauce please let me know! Ive tried maple syrup it does not work.

    Amanda on

  • Is there a recipe for the Jammin Jalapeño? My favorite has been discontinued.

    Wayne on

  • Anyone know the jammin jalapeño sauce recipe or maybe even a copy cat. Thanks

    prisma on

  • I’m in love with the blue moon BBQ sauce bdubs had…. I would love to make this sauce at home does anyone know how to make it?

    Tiffany on

  • hey there, I’ve been looking for the recipe for the bourbon honey mustard wings for a while. Has anyone found a close version of it?

    Rex on

  • No, the chicken is not breaded.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Is the chicken breaded or not ? I just want to know before I start frying

    Kiki on

  • I’m dying to know how to make the salt & vinegar wingz, any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Cornelius on

  • I know it’s not a B-Dubb’s recipe, but I love Quaker Steak and Lube’s Thaisian. Fantastic sauce!!! I’m having a hard time finding a copy-cat for it. Has anyone found it?

    Sir Kenneth on

  • My favorite BWW flavor is a limited time one… Bourbon Honey Mustard. Does anyone know the recipe for this sauce?

    Anthony on

  • I’m looking for wings etc, teriyaki sauce recipe. Anyone have any ideas

    Debbie on

  • im ready to party with these wings. yowza!!!!! habanero heat? yes PLEASE

    alex on

  • i like wings

    steph on

  • Does anyone know the recipe for the cheese curd sauce?

    Stacy on

  • Anyone please post Thai Curry… Iv been watching this site for over a year now waiting for someone to post it.

    Let us know

    Zack on

  • Won’t someone think of the Hot BBQ!?! ;-(

    TheTacoFairy on

  • Question, can peanut oil be used instead of vegetable oil?

    Gary on

  • Hi Julie,
    Because all the ingredients are spices and liquids, you will only need to blend for a little while to incorporate everything. A low to medium speed should work for about 20-30 seconds. You can also Pulse until everything is incorporated.

    Kelli Farley on

  • For the honey garlic sauce how long you have to blend the ingredients all together before you simmer it for 20-30 min?

    julie aguilar on

  • A green onion, but you’ll want to use the white and light green parts only.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Hi! Just wondering, in the Caribbean jerk recipe, does it call for yellow onion or green onion? Thanks!

    Vanessa on

  • Hi Jim,
    Thanks for sharing your variation. We’re so glad you enjoyed it!

    Kelli Farley on

  • I am from Norway, and found Buffalo Wild Wings when traveling to Canada earlier this year. I found this today and just had to have a go at the Mango Habanero.

    I used one fresh mango, that i pealed, chopped up and put in the blender Made for approximately 2 cups or 3 dl. I used Tabasco Buffalo (based on cayenne pepper) for the cayenne pepper sause, and Tabasco HOT for the habanero sauce, 15-20 drops. I used one tbsp of sugar. This made for some very orange stuff, that when put on my first ever attempt on deep frying chicken tasted AWESOME.

    Probably not like the original the way I made it, but it made for a mild hot sauce that was delicious. I will use 2,5dl of mango next time, and add a few drops of habanero sauce. Using it on burger next…

    Thanks for this article :)

    Jim on

  • Unfortunately, we don’t have the recipe for that rub. However, if you do a search, you should be able to find a great recipe.

    Kelli Farley on

  • I love the taste and hotness of the Drakes frozen (don’t throw me under the bus) inferno wings. They are rather expensive to buy and I was wondering if anyone knew what ingredients are in them? Thanks

    Danny on

  • How do I make the chipotle bbq dry rub?

    Rick on

  • I work at bdubs. The Buttery Maple can be made by using any maple syrup. That’s all it tastes like…

    lord buffalo on

  • Does anyone know how to make the Buttery Maple Wing Sauce?

    Nicole on

  • No that’s not all it tastes like, I imagine melted butter and maple syrups is not all that is needed for this sauce. If anyone else has knowledge to the ingredients, it will be HEAVILY appreciated.

    Anthony Di Salvo on

  • You can put a batter on the wings, but these recipes just call for the wings to be fried and then coated in the different flavors.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Just eat chicken Ramen, tastes like BWW Thai Curry

    BT on

  • It’s found at either grocery stores or online, depending on what store you’re shopping at. A popular one that you’ll easily find is Frank’s Red Hot cayenne pepper sauce: http://www.target.com/p/frank-s-redhot-original-cayenne-pepper-sauce-23-oz/-/A-13127555.

    Kelli Farley on

  • It’s found at either grocery stores or online, depending on what store you’re shopping at. A popular one that you’ll easily find is Frank’s Red Hot cayenne pepper sauce: http://www.target.com/p/frank-s-redhot-original-cayenne-pepper-sauce-23-oz/-/A-13127555.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Hi, how do I make or where do I find the “cayenne pepper sauce” that is an ingredient in your medium sauce? Thanks!

    Laura on

  • Sorry if this seems like a silly question, I just know nothing about cooking wings. Do you not put a batter on the wings before frying or just throw into the oil? Thanks!

    Emily on

  • Hey does anyone know the recipe for the Bourbon Honey Mustard? It is my favorite one and I can’t find it anywhere?

    Noah on

  • It depends on how big your wings are and how much sauce you want on them. These recipes are meant to cover 16-20 (restaurant style) wings per 2 cups of sauce.

    Kelli Farley on

  • Thank you for recipes!

    Jane on

  • No Thia Curry? Makes me sad. : (

    dillweed on

  • Great! Now I’m hungry :l

    Avianti on

  • My favorite wing sauce recipe is simple.

    1 cup melted butter.
    1 bottle Slim D’s BBQ sweet and spicy bbq sauce simmer for 20 minutes.

    Whisk during simmering until thickened.

    Nick Berry on

  • I’m real tedious with everything but about how many wings do the recipes cover? I like the extra sauce on mine.

    ahigg on

  • Anyone have a recipe for their onion ring sauce?

    Mary on

  • Anyone got a dub for the Desert Heat seasoning?

    madd on

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