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Wing Recipe

dls2122dls2122 Posts: 66
edited 9:27AM in EggHead Forum
I've been sitting here stealing all your ideas and recipes for a week or so now. I'd like to share a favorite of mine - I have had several people tell me these are the best wings they've had. I'll leave it to you eggsberts to convert this to the egg.

I deep fry the wings at 375 for 8 mins. without any rub or marinade. While they are frying I place a bottle of Franks Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce in a zip lock baggie and add Tabasco Chipotle(sp?) to taste (I like about a quarter to a third of the bottle). Wings out of the fryer amd into the zip lock bag to coat. Into a 450 - 500 oven for 5 mins - out of the oven and back into the bag (contamination not a worry since wings weren't raw) for another coating. Back into the oven for another 5 mins and you're good to go. This method keeps wings moister than just baking and has better flavor than marinating and frying and I like the baked on sauce better than a "naked" sauce. But all of this is simply personal preferences. Thought there might be someone out there like me!

I don't see why an egg set up with a platesetter at the same temps wouldn't work just as well and would add flavor. Hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

Thanks,
Don

Comments

  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    You are correct my friend. Ive been using Franks for about 5 years so far and Im still lovin it. Never put it on the egg. I been putting john henrys pecan rub on my wings and they been turning out great. More of a bar-b-q wing though. Not hot. Later
  • Franks is good, but you guys need to try the sauce that Suck Creek Wings makes, it's some of the best I've ever had. Check out their webiste.
  • GunnarGunnar Posts: 2,010
    Is the Suck Creek Wings a true hot sauce or more of a BBQ Sauce?
  • I think its a sauce they developed strictly for wings. Kind of like Frank's Red Hot, but with a little more kick. I like hot and spicy, and they can "build" a sauce for you to your taste. I wouldn't use it as a BBQ sauce, but that's just me. Like I said earlier, it does make for great wings.
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    That is almost exactly how I do wings, except I skip the frying part.

    I cook them indirect at 375-400 for about 45 minutes, toss them in a bowl with sauce, back on the grid for 10 minutes or so to set the sauce, one more toss in the sauce, then onto the plate and into my belly.

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  • GunnarGunnar Posts: 2,010
    Thanks and sold. For wings I prefer a hot sauce over BBQ sauce.
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    Have you ever tried the original?

    Good stuff - the "suicidal" will hurt you. I do the original and it has plenty of heat.

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  • dls2122dls2122 Posts: 66
    Wow - those do look really good. Try the deep frying for 8 mins next time. It really does make a difference in my opinion.
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