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Gordon Ramsay | Hot Ones - this is very funny, some viewers may need to watch some earlier episodes for context, language WARNING!



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For those unaccustomed to really hot sauces - 2,000,000 SV is like drinking  4 OZ of 190 proof if you've never even tried a beer.

For us the Green El Yucata at about 10,000 SV is fine - have tried the extreme ones :killself:

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I prefer drumsticks to wings because drumsticks have more meat and are easier to eat, and I prefer a sweet heat to extremely hot. Here is my recipe for sweet heat chicken. The same taste buds that sense heat (spiciness) also sense sweet. If you load them first with sweet, you can tolerate much more heat. It is a way to fool your mouth into thinking that everything is OK.


Bill’s Sweet Heat Chicken

Recipe is for 20 lbs. of chicken (approximately 48 pieces)




Chicken (I prefer drumsticks for this recipe)                   20 lbs


Hot marinade

Frank’s Original Red Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce      12 oz

Tapatio Salsa Picante Hot Sauce                                10 oz

Pyro Mania Hot Sauce (optional)                                 2 oz

Dave’s Gourmet Total Insanity (optional)                    about 6 drops - use cautiously as this is almost pure capaicin (the stuff that makes hot peppers hot)



Kraft Thick ‘n Spicy Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce   36 oz

Brown Sugar                                                                    2 cups


Or if you’re watching your carbs, substitute


Kraft Carbwell Barbeque Sauce                                    36 oz

Brown Sugar Splenda                                                     1 ½ cups





Grill the chicken pieces until golden brown (either on a gas grill at lowest setting or under the broiler on a lower rack in your oven. Do not allow the chicken to char.



Mix the marinade ingredients thoroughly.

Dip the chicken pieces in the marinade.

Brush off the excess.

Let sit for 15 minutes.


Oven method

Preheat oven to 425 f.

Mix the Glaze ingredients thoroughly.

Roll the chicken pieces in the glaze and set on foil lined cookie sheets.

Place the chicken in oven for 20 minutes to set glaze.


Slow Cooker method

Mix the Glaze ingredients thoroughly.

Place the chicken in the slow cooker as tightly as possible without damaging the chicken pieces.

Fill all voids between chicken pieces with glaze.

Allow the chicken to slow cook at low setting for 2 to 4 hours.


Note: The chicken can be cooked using the oven method and then placed in a slow cooker and covered in glaze, which is my favorite prep for this dish.



The chicken can be served immediately or reheated later.  This is a great super bowl party dish because it can be prepared in advance and reheated. Enjoy!


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