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Old 02-21-2016, 08:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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been searching and trying all sorts of recipies for
pizzeria style chicken wings
and chinese take out pork fried rice

yea, what I come up tastes good enough, but when compared to the other, there is no question Im missing it on the culinary front.


help, ideas,recipies...........???????????
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Can you be a bit more specific on what you mean by "pizzeria style" wings? Most of my local places have very lackluster wings. I only make them at home now.

Breaded or naked? If breaded crunchy breading or more tender breading? If unbreaded you looking for super crisp skin or soft?
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Old 02-21-2016, 09:51 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Most places fry their wings so if that's what you are going for then fry them and toss them in your favorite sauce. I like them grilled
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I prefer mine plain, smoked low and slow. Mmmmm mmmmmmmmm
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Smoked is bad Imo. Tastes like campfire
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You taste like campfire

Edit: but I like the smokey taste... Does that mean I've tasted you? Hmm tricky situation.
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They are really simple, fry em and put them in a big metal bowl with a mix of melted butter and your favorite hot sauce and toss them around.

The frying's the hard part as most home deep fryers suck (if anyone knows of one that doesnt I'd love to know). Either 220volt or outdoor propane is the way to go.
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https://m.jcpenney.com/waring-pro-pro...nt=78010560018

Had that one years ago. Worked ok. I don't own one now, I just pan fry
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Can you be a bit more specific on what you mean by "pizzeria style" wings? Most of my local places have very lackluster wings. I only make them at home now.

Breaded or naked? If breaded crunchy breading or more tender breading? If unbreaded you looking for super crisp skin or soft?
naked crispy
been throwing them in the stove for bout 30 minutes at 400*
starts the process, then fry them in as hot an oil as the fryer will go for bout 8 min utes
then the franks redhot and melted butter
Ive had duffs buffalo wings, anchor bar wings and all the b-lo best, but I still cant seem to match the outcome

i will as soon as i can afford one, get a better fryer, a more commercial style, higher heat range
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If you like to go the wing sauce route (I like do sweet and spicy or bbq), go with Moores brand sauce. It's is so damn good
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