Mango Jalapeno Hot Sauce Recipe

Tender bone-in chicken wings sauced in a sweet & spicy mango-jalapeno sauce for the spicy kick wing lovers are looking for and the cool sweetness to balance it.  


Serving Amount – 200 servings

1 Serving


10 CU.Mango, frozen cubed, Simplot
2 ½ cu.White Onion, small dice
2 Tbsp.Canola, or neutral cooking oil
3 Tbsp.Garlic, granulated
2 Tbsp.Ginger, powdered
10 ea.Jalapeno, whole
7 ½ cu.Apple Cider Vinegar
5 cu.Water

Step 1: Defrost mango overnight in the refrigerator on sheet trays.

Step 2: In a stock pot over medium heat add canola oil and onions. Cook until translucent. Chill and hold for later in the recipe.

Step 3: In a 350°F convection oven, roast the jalapenos 10-12 minutes or until browned. Turn halfway through cooking to let it brown on both sides.

Step 4: Remove stems, chill and reserve for later in the recipe.

Step 5: Add mango, cooked onions and jalapenos, garlic and ginger powder, apple cider vinegar and water all together in a large pot or Cambro. Blend with an immersion blender until smooth.

  • To cut back on the heat, slice jalapenos open and remove the seeds before adding to the large pot with all the other ingredients

*If you don’t have an immersion blender you can mix all the final ingredients together and then blend in batches with a tabletop blender or food processor.


Place 2 Tbsp. in a sauce cup to allow students to use as a dip or sauce as they like or toss with chicken wings or even use as a glaze with grilled chicken or beef burgers.

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