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Hell’s Passion From CinChili As Wing Sauce

Award winning Hell’s Passion makes a great wing sauce

hells passion wings with bottle

We recently cooked up a bunch of wings (about 56 wings), and dunked them in a variety of sauces. More on the other sauces later… One sauce that stood out was Hell’s Passion from CinChili.com.

While CinChili is known for their Chili Seasoning mix
– you can learn more about CinChili by listening to our recent interview with Cindy Reed Wilkins, aka The Queen of Chili, on the HotSauceWeekly.com Podcast – they have also won awards for their Hell’s Passion Hot Sauce on wings.

For the sauce, we mixed it 3:2, with 3 parts Hell’s Passion and 2 parts butter. In hindsight, it was a bit too much butter and not enough heat.
Next time we’ll go with a 3:1 ratio.

Here’s a pic of the pile of wings we made, fresh out of the oven. We simply sprinkled Kosher Salt and fresh black pepper on them, baked them in the oven at 350? for 30 minutes, turning them half-way.

wings fresh out of oven with kosher salt and pepper

Then we deep fried them quickly to crisp them up. This is our go-to method of doing wings in the kitchen – bake first, then deep-fry quickly.

deep fried wings

We then tossed them in the sauce, and here’s how they look when finished:

finished Hells Passion Wings

They had great flavor and were quite hot, but I’d like to make them hotter next time by decreasing the butter.

Hell’s Passion Hot Sauce Ingredients: peppers, vinegar, spices, habanero, salt, sugar, dehydrated onion, & garlic

Visit CinChili.com to get some Hell’s Passion Hot Sauce and try these wings yourself!

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  1. Nice review, I’ll have to check out the podast. Those wings look very tasty!

  2. Well, when a blond haired, leather wearing dominatrix tells you to make hot wings….you make hot wings! 😉

    How do you think these compare to the sriracha wings you guys made (which were one of the two best wings I’ve ever had).

    1. Chris,
      First off, yes you do as your told. Haha…
      Her’s were more traditional and milder than the Sriracha wings. Her’s were hot, but we haven’t found anything that compares to the Garlic/Sriracha wings!
      They’re both winners in our opinion. Thanks for the Comment!

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