The Habañero Mango Mayhem Wing Sauce is a tasty, tangy mango wing sauce with the added sweetness of mango and enough Habañero heat to make your wings sizzle like sunshine. Yummy mango habanero wings will result with minimal effort.
These mango habanero wings will take off and fly to the tropics, with a flavorful sauce that blends mango sunshine with pepper power. Wings become wonderful when cayenne and habañero raise your temperature and mango brings a special kind of island sweetness. It’ll ruffle your feathers.
Everything is really hot and really real – no MSG or insincerity in the Caribbean Trading Co. kitchen! Get hot and spicy in a natural way. Here in the Caribbean, heat is a thing we know and love, all year round. Fruits and vegetables are always in season, our tables are swimming in fresh zesty flavors, and so are our crushed pepper sauces, full of chunks of fruit and veggies. Pepper raises the all-around temperature in this part of the world, so pepper lovers can live out their fiery dreams with our spice and pepper sauce products.
Ingredients: Water, Mango Pulp, Cayenne Pepper Pulp, Margarine, Carrot, Ground Habanero Pepper, Onion, Acetic Acid, Salt, Papaya, Butter Base, Lemon Juice, Butter Sauce, Xanthum Gum, Citric Acid, Garlic Pulp, Passion fruit Juice
Heat Level: Medium
Size: 12 oz.
Recipe Ideas using this Mango Habanero Wings Sauce:
Did you know? While deep-fried wings had long been a staple in American and Southern cuisines, the concept for drenching them in a wing hot sauce was born in Buffalo, N.Y in the 1960’s. Hence the common phrasing of Buffalo hot wings. They continued to rise in popularity from there due to hot wings being affordable and shareable- they are perfect for watching that football game, bringing to a party or appetizers. Take your next hot wing reipe to the highest level by pairing it with an easy and delicious Caribbean Trading wing sauce.
fiona b –
This product was great on wings, picked some up in Puerto Rico a week ago and am out already!!! Very tasty 🙂
Love this sauce on wings and also on pizza. It’s pretty spicy, but not too spicy that it overpowers your food, which is a good thing. My husband and I really like this sauce.
I wrote a full blog review here: