REVIEW- Bonfatto’s Apple Pepper Jack Wing Sauce & Marinade

This is the second of our reviews for Bonfatto’s Wing Sauce & Marinade. We again have our review team of Firehead Thomas, Wayne Brawley & Mike from Madness. With the Super Bowl just days away, think about doing it up with the right wing sauce. The first review Fire in the Hole was a great start, but will this sauce follow the same trail of success? Let us get right to the reviews…

Firehead Thomas

Wayne Brawley

Mike from Madness

Bonfatto’s Wing Sauce & Marinade
109 Fairfield Drive
State College, PA 16801
Phone: 814-574-4339
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7 thoughts on “REVIEW- Bonfatto’s Apple Pepper Jack Wing Sauce & Marinade

  • January 26, 2011 at 8:00 am

    I’m going to take the rest of this Apple Pepper Jack and glaze some pork tenderloin on the grill this weekend, it should work well.

  • January 26, 2011 at 9:17 am

    Hay guys – I get where you are coming from with some of the comments.
    APJ is a ver versitle sauce. I call my line Wing Sauce & Marinades becasue they all started out on wings in my restaurant (Bonfatto’s). We have found so many more uses for the APJ by experimenting and listening to our customers.
    Mike – you are right on with thinking outside the box. Burgers, salmon, pork, ice cream, baked beans are some great applications. My wife lyered it a pupmpkin cheesecake and entered ito a contest at Thanksgiving. Yeah it won!
    I will agree that a downfall is that it is thick when it comes out of the bottle, but the flavors hold up so great when you cook with it that I decided to leave it. When it is heated it is easier to work with, so i just pop it into the micro for a few seconds (lid off of course).
    Thanks for the reviews.

    “Feel The Flavors”!

  • January 26, 2011 at 11:25 am

    Hey, David:

    I hear you there. With the ingredients, it’s bound to be thick when chilled and even at room temperature, but when I added it to the hot French toast, it melted down quickly, butter-like. I can easily see slightly heating the APJ for a sweet pour. And you’re right, so many potential recipe applications. Thanks for sending that one along. Versatile and quite different.

  • January 29, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    Okay, so I marinaded some pork tenderloin in the Apple Pepper Jack Sauce for a couple of days, the seared it up on the grill today, basting them with more sauce as I turned…..TASTY GOOD!!! PERFECT for this application. It’s a grilling sauce, not a topper. I would use this sauce again on grilled pork for sure. Thinking of making some Apple Ribs – as a grilling sauce for pork it gets 4.5 SPICY HEARTS!!

  • January 29, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    good work, sounds yummy. :hungry:

  • January 29, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    That sounds awesome! I have some pork chops in the freezer just waiting for something like this. =)

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