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Lazy wings. Awfully simple but wrong?

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  • gcdmd
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    This is a situation I like. I think we're both right. The situation that led to what had been considered scraps becoming an American classic was apparently an improvisation, which was later refined.

    https://parade.com/26655/anchorbarbu...t-wing-recipe/

    smokin fool
    Last edited by gcdmd; August 23, 2020, 03:06 PM.

  • bbqLuv
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    Thaw in Brine, what an interesting idea! Alot of frozen items/meat come brined/salt added. I am gong to give it a try anyways.

    On another note, you said, "As an outdoor grill guy I have to admit to being A little embarrassed." And you posted it anyway. So thank you.

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  • smokin fool
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    Spent many a Sat afternoon in the Anchor
    Pretty sure they added butter to the mix too maybe margarine

  • Schwyy
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    so many times after I eat something that was great I always go..... Doh, I forgot to take a picture for the club

  • Schwyy
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    are you submitting them as your competition entry in the Buffalo New York chicken wing contest? if so then absolutely yes you are lazy!

    are you just eating them cause you want to crush some wings.... then absolutely not lazy!

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  • barelfly
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    Lazy??? Heck - you cooked! That ain’t lazy!

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  • Steve B
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    You’re just confused period 😁

  • Steve B
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    You got that right. 🔥

  • gcdmd
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    As I recall, the original Anchor Bar wings were deep fried and then tossed in Frank's Hot Sauce.

  • Stuey1515
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    Did wings last night, I never think to take pics, too busy eating, I'll challenge fracmeister for lazy. 1.5kgs of wings, sprinkle with 4 tsps of baking powder, mix through and let stand for 2 hrs. Into oven @ 200C for 20mins & turn for another 20mins. Boil down Stubbs BBQ sauce with Coke until thickened, dunk wings in sauce, back in oven for 10mins each side and enjoy. Wings magically disappear

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  • HouseHomey
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    I “hate” it when that happens though I’m always better off.

    Oh man, your embarrassing comment is spot on!

    Then I think about it and laugh at myself. I had a moment last week and still haven’t told anyone. I’m still confused about the result.

    Funny post.

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  • JimLinebarger
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    I watched a new "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" from last night and the chef wet brined the wings, braised the wings in the brine for 90 minutes, then fried them and tossed them in butter and hot sauce. Guy seemed to like them. So, I think you're good.

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  • Jfrosty27
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    Wings! Anytime, anywhere, anyhow. Wings are never wrong!

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  • JimLinebarger
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    Not sure there is a "Thou shalt only cook outside." commandment. Sounds like you enjoyed them almost as much as your normal method. If you enjoyed them and it fed your hunger, win-win chicken wing din.
    Last edited by JimLinebarger; August 22, 2020, 04:50 PM.

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  • fracmeister
    started a topic Lazy wings. Awfully simple but wrong?

    Lazy wings. Awfully simple but wrong?

    I buy the huge bags of frozen wings from costco and have an elaborate preparation approach. Thaw and if in a rush wet brine thaw. Dry. Cook over gasser or coals till browned, baptize in butter/hot sauce (or bbq sauce for the kids), grill, repeat last step. Excellent results.

    Then I got lazy because I just wanted a dozen (for me). So I tossed them in soud vide 160F for 90 minutes. Dried, stuck them under the broiler (turning once to brown), took them out and dunked them once in the sauce and back under the broiler and turned the oven off after a couple minutes. Dang if they weren’t 90%+ as good as the elaborate approach. Tough to cook 60-80 that way (my normal batch size) But it was super easy. As an outdoor grill guy I have to admit to being A little embarrassed
    Last edited by fracmeister; August 22, 2020, 04:30 PM.

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