Buffalo Chicken Wing with Blue Cheese Dressing

Buffalo chicken wings with blue cheese dressing is definitely among our favorite appetizers and are perfect to serve with cold beers on the sunny day 🙂

Normally we would make the wing sauce our self, but last week we visited Chili House and found this wing sauce which we wanted to try. It tasted exactly as expected and we will definitely try to make our version, as this bottle was quite expensive.

If you don’t have the patience or the kitchen skills needed to make the wing sauce your self, the one used here is a great alternative, which can be bought at the stores webshop.

 

Ingredients (4 servings)

12 chicken wings

3 tbsp. olive oil

Salt

Pepper

1 cup chicken wing sauce

1/2 cup sour cream

1 tbsp. blue cheese

 

Begin by firing up the grill. While the charcoal gets ready, you can prepare the chicken wings.

Grease the olive oil and season with salt and pepper.

Grill the greased chicken wings at 400F for about 60 minutes. Then place the grilled chicken in a mixing bowl and pour over the wing sauce – mix well.

Then place the chicken wings right above the charcoals for a few minutes. Take the wings off the grill and let rest while making the blue cheese dressing.

Whisk together sour cream and blue cheese. If you have trouble dissolving the blue cheese, you can press the blue cheese chunks up agains the side of the bowl with a rubber spatula.

Serve with a cold beer 😀

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Bon Appétit!

Ingredients (4 servings)

12 chicken wings

3 tbsp. olive oil

Salt

Pepper

2.5 dl chicken wing sauce

2.5 dl sour cream

1 tbsp. blue cheese

 

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