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.
Ree Drummond makes chili con queso dip. She starts with a chopped yellow onion browning in vegetable oil before adding one pound of hot breakfast sausage. She cautions that the dip is habit-forming and to enter at your own risk. Once the sausage is all broken up, Ree chops up a two-pound block of Velveeta and adds the cubes to the pan. She turns the heat down to low after the Velveeta is added, noting that it melts smoother than most other cheeses. While the Velveeta melts, Ree chops up a fresh jalapeno pepper, cutting out the membranes and most of the seeds so it’s not overwhelmingly spicy, and finely dices the jalapeno before setting it aside. She then adds to the queso what she says is an essential ingredient, tomatoes with diced chiles, taking care to include the juice. Two more cans of diced green chiles are added to the queso. Ree finally adds the diced jalapeno and gives the queso one last good stir.