For Christmas Eve the family wanted finger foods to pick on rather than a formal meal, so I made an assortment of meatballs, pigs in blankets and such, and one of our family favorites - Chicken Wings in Ah So sauce.
The sauce is made in New Jersey and comes in a glass jar or plastic squeeze bottle. It is thick, gooey and red.
To make the wings, I baked a few pounds plain at 375 degrees for about 25 minutes, then took them out of the oven and put them in a bowl with the Ah So sauce....mixed them to coat and popped them back in the oven till done, making sure the wings didn't touch each other so they cook evenly....they get a little bit blackened in spots.
The sauce works well on ribs and pork also.
Anyone else use this product on occasion?