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Wings...Dry brine or not?

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  • Parkin
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    I had enough time to dry brine for about 2 hours...1 hour indirect on the Weber gas grill with some oak chips in the beginning...nice crispy skin and the meat was very tender. Thx for all the advice. My wife wanted more, but the kids beat her to it. Another couple of dozen going on today for our stay at home tailgate! GO CARDS!!

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  • bbqLuv
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    great idea. wish I thought of that.

  • Dadof3Illinois
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    I usually don’t bother, I’ll just spread them out on a tray in the fridge to air dry.

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  • holehogg
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    I don't if using a salt rub and have even started them semi frozen this way.
    I always get good crispy skin and moist meat using a vortex. If you do a lot of wings and don't own a vortex you need to get one.
    The high temps achieved does a good job on wings.

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  • barelfly
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    I’ve even done a short brine with the baking powder. I figure any time is better that none! But enjoy those wings regardless of how you go!

  • Parkin
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    Thx for the advice...I have to cook them tonight, so I'm gonna dry brine for a few hours and see how it goes. I forgot about the Serious Eats method w/ baking soda....next time.

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  • BFlynn
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    I dry brine mine. I mix the rub 4:1 with baking powder, toss on the wings, and let them sit overnight.

    May not be a neseccary step..... But the wings have been good so I'm not changing it

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  • barelfly
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    If I remember and plan ahead, I do. And I use Seriouseats.com method with baking powder added in for a rest in the fridge. Turns up some really good wings.

    But, the times I haven’t done this, they were pretty good as well.

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  • RonB
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    I always dry brine mine. Try it once and then you will know how it works for you...

    Or brine half one time and compare.

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  • Jfrosty27
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    I never do. I just air dry them in the fridge for several hours, then hit them with whatever spice rub I’m in the mood for right before going on the grill. I used to wet marinate them overnight but had a hard time getting them at all crispy so I quit that.
    Last edited by Jfrosty27; September 19, 2020, 04:34 PM.

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  • Red Man
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    I do sometimes. Not a big deal but it can help to dry out the skin so it crisps up better.

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  • Parkin
    started a topic Wings...Dry brine or not?

    Wings...Dry brine or not?

    Probably a stupid question but am I missing out on not dry brining wings? Never had in the past....just kind of curious what the consensus was here.

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