Guy Fieri visits Smalley’s Caribbean Barbecue in Stillwater, Minnesota. Owner Shawn Smalley claims Guy hasn’t known real heat until he tries Shawn’s infamous 666 Wings. Shawn starts with sauce called Death Juice that includes the hottest peppers there are: habaneros, scotch bonnets and ghost peppers. He adds to the sauce Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, vinegar, homemade curry powder, salt, pepper and sugar – and more ghost peppers. After cooking the sauce for an hour, Shawn reduces it down and purees it. Fresh-cooked wings are then tossed in the sauce. When the wings are dished up with blue cheese dressing and celery, Guy can’t even get close to them because of the vapors. Guy brings in his (unsuspecting) friends to try the 666 Wings with him. After eating one wing, Guy buries his face in the blue cheese, while his friends comment that he didn’t warn them exactly what they were agreeing to. Guy sums it up by saying, “It hurts all the way through.”
In this video from Outrageous Food, hot wing sauce created at Bad Boyz in Bedford, Pennsylvania is truly intense. A majority of Bad Boyz’s customers who try this dish have a hard time finishing it. This super thick fiery sauce coats wings that will make you cry. The recipe contains habaneros, ghost peppers and pepper sauce. Needless to say, Ghost peppers are one of the hottest peppers known to man. With their hot wing sauce reaching two million Scoville units, over the top is an understatement.