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(Buzzfeed)   Thirty-one chicken wing recipes to make your Super Bowl spicy and delicious   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 15
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2013-01-27 06:09:14 PM  
Thank you subby! As a big fat bastard / frustrated cook who's wing are lacking, I am very grateful for your linky. +1
 
2013-01-27 06:17:30 PM  
As someone who isn't into spicy food, I was prepared to be disappointed. And then I saw PB&J wings. 1 recipe saved.
 
2013-01-27 06:21:59 PM  
Yeah, I'm sure I'll try several of those this year but Superb Owl Sunday calls for pulled pork.
 
2013-01-27 06:42:30 PM  
I would like to submit this link to my friends and have us each bring in a recipe for game watching
 
2013-01-27 06:44:45 PM  
Interesting that we need chicken spiced/flavored up in the first place. What does that tell you about the meat?
 
2013-01-27 08:56:51 PM  
I fry mine first, then put on the grill with aluminum foil that has been sprayed with non stick spray (spray it on the foil before lighting the grill or you'll have a flame thrower on your hands). Put a thin layer of hot sauce, then cover liberally with your favorite BBQ sauce. Let it all heat up for a couple minutes, and boom, tasty wings.
 
2013-01-27 11:31:29 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: Yeah, I'm sure I'll try several of those this year but Superb Owl Sunday calls for pulled pork.


Just don't use real owl, it's illegal and probably not very tasty.
 
2013-01-27 11:35:10 PM  
I baste mine and bake with a mixture of Louisiana or Frank's and Sriracha or Tabasco depending on the heat needed. Usually make a batch with just Louisiana hot sauce for those who don't like the heat.
 
2013-01-28 12:44:04 AM  

KrispyKritter: Thank you subby! As a big fat bastard / frustrated cook who's wing are lacking, I am very grateful for your linky. +1


Same here. I've bookmaked it and written a list of ingredients for tomorrow's shopping...

/gotta remember
//pick up beer too

mrlewish: Interesting that we need chicken spiced/flavored up in the first place. What does that tell you about the meat?


That the chicken meat pairs with the flavorings very, very well.
 
2013-01-28 02:05:35 AM  
Thanks, subby!

Much appreciated!
 
2013-01-28 08:29:52 PM  
Tip: if you're baking the wings, steam them first, pat them dry, put them in the refrigerator until they're cold, then bake them.

Also, smoked wings.
 
2013-01-29 04:44:14 PM  
bookmark. Thanks, subby.
 
2013-01-30 11:54:19 AM  

icam: Tip: if you're baking the wings, steam them first, pat them dry, put them in the refrigerator until they're cold, then bake them.


what does this do?

I'm of the opinion that baking chicken should involve little to no moisture and some salt on the skin.  this increases the crispiness of the skin (which in turn, keeps moisture inside the chicken).  unless you're marinating, but then that means you don't want crispy skin.
 
2013-01-30 02:10:47 PM  

pute kisses like a man: icam: Tip: if you're baking the wings, steam them first, pat them dry, put them in the refrigerator until they're cold, then bake them.

what does this do?

I'm of the opinion that baking chicken should involve little to no moisture and some salt on the skin.  this increases the crispiness of the skin (which in turn, keeps moisture inside the chicken).  unless you're marinating, but then that means you don't want crispy skin.


It makes the skin crispy.
 
2013-01-30 02:37:28 PM  

icam: pute kisses like a man: icam: Tip: if you're baking the wings, steam them first, pat them dry, put them in the refrigerator until they're cold, then bake them.

what does this do?

I'm of the opinion that baking chicken should involve little to no moisture and some salt on the skin.  this increases the crispiness of the skin (which in turn, keeps moisture inside the chicken).  unless you're marinating, but then that means you don't want crispy skin.

It makes the skin crispy.


wow, that's like the secret i've been looking for.
 
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