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STUDIO CITY ( — Got a thing for buffalo wings?

Jorge Ortiz from Wingstop stopped by the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about the new wing sauce, Mango Habanero, available at all locations!

Wingstop offers 10 flavors including: Original Hot, Cajun, Atomic, Mild, Teriyaki, Lemon Pepper, Hawaiian, Garlic Parmesan, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Louisiana Rub.

On the Wingstop scale, Mango Habanero wings are less spicy than Atomic, but hotter than Cajun wings.

The special sauce is only available for a limited time, but Ortiz says you can make it at home.

Recipe: Mango Habanero Wing Sauce

YIELD: 3 ½ cups (6 dozen wings)

2 cups; Mango, fresh, chopped
1 cup; Cayenne pepper hot sauce
2 each; Habanero peppers, seeded, cored
½ cup; Sugar
1 tablespoon; Sambal Oelek (Chinese chili paste)
¼ Canola oil

1) Place all ingredients in a blender are food processor except canola oil and blend well. While blender is running add oil slowly until sauce begins to blend smoothly.
2) Remove to storage container and refrigerate until needed.

Note: When using sauce on hot fried chicken wings, pull sauce from refrigerator and warm up to room temperature before using. Will make approximately 6 dozen wings.


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