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Where can I find a mild chicken wing sauce recipe?

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The Food Network, The Cooking Channel and Epicurious are three popular food websites that feature thousands of recipes, including recipes for mild chicken wing sauces. There are also a plethora of online cookbooks that feature recipes for mild chicken wing sauces.

Mild wing sauce is typically made very similarly to medium or hot wing sauces, but with less pepper or hot sauce. It is possible to convert a regular wing sauce recipe to a mild recipe by altering the amounts of the ingredients that add spice and heat to the sauce. Other types of sauces, such as garlic sauce, barbecue sauce, teriyaki or honey mustard, also make great mild wing sauces.


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