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How to make mild sauce to put on chicken and fries like Harolds Chicken in Chicago

how to make mild sauce to put on chicken and fries like Harolds Chicken in Chicago

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  1. Add the sugar and butter to a small sauce pan on medium heat. Melt the butter and stir until the sugar dissolves.


  2. Add the tomato sauce to the mixture. Add hot sauce, depending on how spicy you want the sauce to be, a dash at a time.



  3. Add the garlic, salt and pepper and mix thoroughly. Add the beer and mix again.



  4. Turn the heat to low, stirring constantly. When the mixture is fully blended, after about five minutes, test to see if it requires additional hot sauce to make it spicier or more beer to minimize the spice.



  5. Serve as a dipping sauce or toss over the cooked wings.


Read more: How to Make A Mild Wing Sauce Recipe | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4907789_mild-wing-sauce-recipe.html#ixzz1r46wzHfC

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