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Re: Football & Wings!!

A tip for making wings if you don't have a way to deep fry, Courtesy of Alton Brown (Good Eats). I've done this numerous times and the result was always top notch.

Steam the wings for about 10 minutes first and then allow them to cool. This renders out much of the fat under the skin. Without this step the fat remains under the skin and makes it difficult to get them crispy in the oven. It also prevents a lot of smoke from the fat dripping out and burning in your oven.

The rendering action goes unnoticed when you deep fry but it does happen, you just can't see it.

After the wings are cool, bake them at 425(I like 450 better), turning once, until they are crisp.

I also like to steam wings in advance even when I am frying. It speeds up the frying time, which is very useful when I do wings for tailgate parties. I'm usually doing 100+ pounds of wings for 200 high school seniors so speed is important.
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My chef Daughter turned me on to using peanut oil vs veggie oil...whut a difference especially in deep frying oysters & other seafood! I'm sure it will notch it up a level with wings too.
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You guys deep fry them?
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Re: Football & Wings!!

Couple more ideas from my Chef Daughter:

Normally to prep wings, I will toss them litely in salt pepper and w/ tablespoon of garlic powder and onion powder and bake them for 10 min on 350 to pre cook before frying.

As for sauces, "buffalo" sauce I use franks red hot sauce with melted butter and a little dried parsley, and to give wings a super kick, use some siracha sauce instead of franks- it's in the Asian aisle, also called the "rooster sauce"

For a garlic butter sauce, melt a stick of butter, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1teaspoon cumin, and a shake of chilli powder



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You guys deep fry them?
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We do ours on the grill too
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Re: Football & Wings!!

we always just deep fry in the turkey fryer (outside with a few cold ones) in batches of 25 or so. Then the ladies toss 'em in bowel with some sauce in it. We experiment and try all sort of sauces ,not just hot wings. Sweet n sour, BBQ, etc.
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i mix up my secret hot sauce mix. then add a packet of hidden valley powdered ranch. mmmmmm mmmmmmm good!!!!!

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I just order them from PJs pub. They fry their wings in peanut oil as well. Best youll ever bite into IMO.

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I made them in some "Miracle Oil" tonight--thank God halftime came when it did. I don't think I'd have made it without eating all day much longer.

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Deep fry and toss in the franks mix or use A. Browns baked recipe that was posted earlier. One thing missed is that after they are steamed they should go in the fridge for an our.

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