Through Palace Sauce, we offer all of the classic Wing Palace sauces you know and love with a couple new twists and flavors to try out. The same quality you know and love all bottled up and ready for you to take home.
The bright tang of lemon meets the earthy pop of black pepper in our super delicious Lemon Pepper Wing Sauce. Sure, it’s a simple pairing, but we say - why mess with a great thing? A vinegar base delivers that hot wing “bite” you love, and a squeeze of real lemon juice brightens things up and adds a kick of juicy gourmet flavor to your wings. And hey, rumor has it that this mouthwatering hot wing sauce makes a heck of a marinade, too! If you want to try out our Wing Palace hot wing sauces but are looking for something without a lot of heat, this blend is the perfect way to wade into a tasty lemon paradise. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
n cajun slang, a wild party is called a fais do-do: and we’ve made our Cajun Ranch Wing Sauce a fais do-do for the tastebuds. Like all legendary ranch sauces, ours starts with real buttermilk, and adds a little lowcountry slap to it: green herbs and a pinch-of-pepper help balance out a heaping helping of cayenne pepper. Our aged cayenne brings a little snap to each bite, just like a gator on the bayou. This ain’t your momma’s ranch - this is something spicy, different, and sensational. Once you try this hot wing sauce, you’re sure to agree: your chicken wings are practically naked without it!
Garlic is the undisputed MVP of mouthwatering flavor, which is why we didn’t hold back when we created our unbelievable Spicy Garlic Wing Sauce. Every rich, robust clove of sensational garlic transforms our fan-favorite hot wing sauce base into a culinary experience that will have you reaching for another wing before you know it. It’s a sensational blend of peppers, vinegar, seasonings, and a generous dose of garlic that hits you in all the right places: it smells so good your stomach’s going to growl impatiently while your wings are cooking. We believe a great wing deserves a great wing sauce, and lucky you: ya just found it!