WK Chipotle Suicide Sauce v1.0
- Tomato paste
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Adobe Sauce (from Chipotle can)
- Chipotle peppers
- Diced onion
- Cayenne powder
- Red chili powder
- Ground corriander
- Salt & pepper
- Add first 4 ingredients in a sauce pan on low-medium heat, mix
- In a blender/mixer/processor - whiz chipotle peppers whole and onion
- Add whizzed mixture to pot, add rest of ingredients.
- Stir and mix regularly for 2-3 hours
The ingredients. But I forgot some for the photos.
All the liquids and solid ingredients. Boiling in the pot. Keep stirring.
The Spices go in.
Bubble bubble, toil and trouble. Actually that's a misquote. But seriously, keep stirring and watching. On two separate occasions my back was turned, and the sauce exploded all over the kitchen. It was a terrible mess. Why didn't I take photos of that? Oh, because I was angry, that's why.
The wings were seasoned with salt, pepper, cayenne and a little bit of oil. Baked at 400 degrees on each side for about 50 minutes, flipped 3 times.
And the finished wings themselves came out crispy and juicy and good enough to eat on their own.
Then I added the cooked sauce to the wings. My anticipation levels were pretty high.
The finished wings and sauce. Oh and some cheese bread to cut down the heat/mop up the sauce.
To celebrate my wings, I had grabbed a bottle of Stewart's Black Cherry soda the day before. I l love cherry coke, and while some black cherry drinks are not up to snuff, this was a good bottled soda.
So what now? I have a ton of sauce that didn't meet my expectations. I guess it could be used for pasta sauce, or even a salsa. I had read someone's recipe on the Internet about 'steeping' the sauce for 2 weeks, then straining it. I might do that and re-infuse the chipotle. I don't know. I'm sad, but not defeated. Lost the battle, not the war.