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My Grilled Buffalo/Cajun wings recipe:

 

1. Separate tips from flats and legs.

2. Place on a rack and pat dry with paper towels.

3. Place wings uncovered in the fridge overnight (skip this if impatient)

4. Preheat oven to 350 and bake wings for 30 minutes.

5. Remove from oven and let cool.

6. Heat grill to 350.

7. Put a place about 10 legs/flats in a gallon zip-loc bag and add generous amounts of Franks Red Hot and Old Bay seasoning and shake until well covered.

8. Grill for about 2 or so minutes per side or until they get a nice char.

9. Serve with Maries Blue Cheese and side of celery stalks and Labatts Blue.

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5 hours ago, Nanker said:

This could be a long thread. :applause:


Or not 
 

3 hours ago, TakeYouToTasker 2.0 said:

Again:  Follow me for more recipes!

 

 

 

 

6 hours ago, bdutton said:

3. Place wings uncovered in the fridge overnight (skip this if impatient)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Uncle Joe said:


Or not 
 

 

TBH

 

Placing the wings uncovered in the fridge overnight dries out the skin which helps make the baked version crispier.

 

But I only did it once because I didn't want to deal with it the next time.

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56 minutes ago, bdutton said:

TBH

 

Placing the wings uncovered in the fridge overnight dries out the skin which helps make the baked version crispier.

 

But I only did it once because I didn't want to deal with it the next time.

No problem.

I'm just a cross contamination freak when it comes to chicken.

And yes dry is best for crispy.

 

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I feel the need to point out that baking chicken wings, especially as a Buffalo Bills fan, is an unforgivable sin against God.

 

May you wing-baking heathens rot in hell.

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1 hour ago, Koko said:

I feel the need to point out that baking chicken wings, especially as a Buffalo Bills fan, is an unforgivable sin against God.

 

May you wing-baking heathens rot in hell.

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2 hours ago, Koko said:

I feel the need to point out that baking chicken wings, especially as a Buffalo Bills fan, is an unforgivable sin against God.

 

May you wing-baking heathens rot in hell.

What about smoking or grilling?

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1 minute ago, DC Tom said:

 

January 1991, Superbowl XXV.  I'm in college, in Giants country.  My Giants-fan friend buys authentic NYC-style pizza.  I have 100 chicken wings Fed-Ex'd from Buffalo from the pizzeria I worked summers at.  

 

Pizzeria cooked them, put the sauce on the side, then froze and shipped them.  Got to me, I thawed them out...then baked them in the oven to warm them up and re-crisp them.  

 

So I will argue that, under certain circumstances (like overnighting authentic wings from 300 miles away for a Superbowl because downstate folk don't know the first thing about real chicken wings), baking chicken wings is, in fact, forgivable.  

 

I would classify that as reheating, rather than cooking. Sin absolved.

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