Syberg’s Wing Sauce Recipe

Syberg’s Wing Sauce Recipe

Wings are a staple in American cuisine. There must be a hundred recipes only of wings and wings sauces. This Syberg’s wing sauce recipe is one of the most popular and one of the most delicious wing sauces to exist. The best part is that you can cook your own wings and enjoy this as the sauce at any meal. 

How to Cook Syberg’s Sauce

The wing sauce ingredients are easy to come by and you may already have them stored in your well-stocked kitchen. If not, no need to fret, you can access these any time you want.

The components you need are basically all ready-made and you can find them at any store. The recipe does not even need many utensils or kitchen appliances. So, let us get into the recipe to make this delicious wing sauce recipe. 

Ingredients You Will Need Are:

  • One part of Durkee hot sauce
  • Three parts of Durkee sandwich spread 
  • Half a stick of butter or margarine
  • One part of tomato ketchup

Method of Preparing the Wing Sauce Step by Step:

Step 1: Take a medium sized sauce pan and set the heat to medium-low.

Step 2: Pour the butter or margarine and melt it slowly. 

Step 3: Pour in the Durkee Sandwich spread and hot sauce. 

Step 4: Keep stirring and mix the ketchup with the rest of the ingredients in the pot. 

Step 5: As soon as the mixture starts simmering, remove from the stove and let cool.

Step 6: Mix your slow cook hot wings with the wing sauce and make sure it coats well.

Step 7: Serve immediately.

Note: You can store this mixed wing sauce for up to two weeks since the ingredients are already pre-made. The butter will stay fresh in the sauce if the sauce is kept chilled or frozen until it is done being used. It is wider to make smaller batches of this sauce so you can enjoy it fresh.


One of the best parts about his recipe is that it does not demand a rigorous process of making the sauce from scratch. You can easily mix sybergs sauce up and coat the Durkee chicken wings in the wing sauce and enjoy immediately.

It can be served as a snack or a side-dish. It all depends on your desire. This recipe will come in handy at parties or barbeque events. You can put your own spin in it however you want but the original recipe will remain the same.  But hopefully you will enjoy it.

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