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3 Ways to Tone Down Spicy Wings November 27, 2018

College Point, Queens
3 Ways to Tone Down Spicy Wings, Queens, New York

Whether you love the taste of chili peppers or are venturing into new territory, the time might come when you order wings that are a bit too spicy. Luckily, there are several ways to combat the heat so you can enjoy the flavorful bar food. Below are a few tips to take the spice level down a notch. 

How to Make Wings Less Spicy 

1. Add a Condiment

In many bars and restaurants, wings are often served with blue cheese or ranch dressing on the side. The buttery, tangy notes complement the salty flavors in hot sauce. The condiments can also have a cooling effect to curb the spicy kick that lingers on the tongue after. 

2. Eat a Neutralizing Food

Carrots and celery sticks are also common accompaniments to wings. Munching on the vegetables while eating spicy food will diffuse the taste a bit. Starchy fare, such as fried potatoes and bread, will also cut the burning sensation.  

3. Drink Dairy-Based Beverages

New-Haven-Connecticut-wings If the spice is too hot to handle, sipping on a dairy-based drink will provide much-needed relief. Milk contains casein, a protein that eliminates the taste-bud-burning capsaicin oil from chili peppers. When perusing a menu, opt for a creamy milkshake. Drinking the cool beverage will also wash away the heat.

 

Whether you prefer mild or extra spicy Buffalo wings, Buffalo Wild Wings® is known for its vast variety of flavors to please any palate and suit all types of dietary preferences. The sports bar has locations across the country, including outposts in New Haven, Milford, and Danbury, CT. This means you are never too far away from flavorful, affordable American food. To find a location near you, visit the eatery’s website. Don’t forget to check out their Facebook page to see pictures of the wings.