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Old 01-10-2004, 19:10   #26
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Adobo Goya is always a good spice choice!

I wonder how Wings coated with Red hot and a little Old Bay Seasoning would taste??

Hmmm. Mmmmmm.

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Old 01-10-2004, 19:20   #27
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I will have to agree with Patrolmom as usual. Stubbs moppin' sauce is the bomb. You can get it at most grocery stores around here. My favorite hot sauce is Choluha by far. Not sure if the spelling is correct.
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Old 01-10-2004, 20:35   #28
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The wings were delicious !

Franks Hot Sauce is just right, not too hot, but it adds a little bite to the flavor. Thanks to whoever suggested the Franks recipe. (I think it was Sidearmor)


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Old 01-10-2004, 21:25   #29
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A friend took me out for hot wings a few weeks ago. The place we went specializes in hot wings and pizza.

Their hottest sauce wasn't that hot to me:( But I did get some extra sauce to bring home;f Everybody I could get to taste it turned red, sniffled and a few had tears come to their eyes;P I don't know why;b
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Old 01-11-2004, 12:25   #30
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Sorry guys, call me a pig, but you can't beat Hooter's HotWings (911 Hot, can't handle the Three Mile Island). The scenery aint all that bad either...

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Old 01-11-2004, 12:48   #31
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This recipe will make you sing "Ring of Fire" if you know what I mean!
These are so hot, but the lime juice and allspice make them addictive. For a truly great flavor, buy the whole allspice berries and grind them in a coffee grinder.

Jamaican Wings

3 lbs chicken wings, tips removed, seperated at the joint.

The Sauce:
In a food processor or blender-

2 bunches green onions, roots removed
1 package thawed frozen spinach, drained
5 habanero peppers, stems removed. You could use jalapenos if you want this not so hot.
1/2 cup lime juice- bottled is fine
1/2 cup soy sauce

Blend this until the onions are broken down. It should still be pretty chunky.

Place in saucepan and add:
1 tsp ground allspice
1 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 tsp salt

Simmer this for about an hour. You can use right away or refrigerate.

To make the wings:

Pat wings dry and deep fry in oil(best) or bake until cooked through. Place wings in large bowl and toss with the heated sauce.
Transfer to serving platter, sauce and all and serve.
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Old 01-14-2004, 09:35   #32
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get the best wing sauces here:

https://www2.infonline.net/lube/lubegear3.html

this place is right down the street from where i live. my wife has worked for the company for close to 30 years now.

in fact my favorite is combining the "Hot, Golden Garlic, and Ranch" sauces to make one yummy sauce!!!

droooolllllll!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-14-2004, 15:56   #33
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Pat wings dry and deep fry in oil(best)
Deep fry in what kind of oil? I tried canola oil and the wings tasted fine, but it kinda stunk up the kitchen. I understand that Crisco and other shortenings are bad for us heathwise. Can't deep fry with olive oil, it wont take the heat. What's the best choice?

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Old 01-14-2004, 18:42   #34
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Where is the best place to buy the chicken wings in bulk?
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Old 01-15-2004, 12:11   #35
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Where is the best place to buy the chicken wings in bulk?
at a store that sells food. ;f ;f

but seriously folks, try a local meat packing facility/distributor that sells to restaurants.
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Old 01-17-2004, 13:07   #36
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Went to BW3's for dinner last night, the missus wondered where to go when the 5 year old daughter said "BW3s" (Good girl, check is under you pillow ;f) had 24 and was HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY! ^7 ^5
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Old 01-17-2004, 15:12   #37
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Damn you all!!

Sitting here on a freakin diet fince New Years. Nothing dramatic but trying to stay off the wings!


Screw it, maybe a dozen hot from Hooters, a dozen hot from Taco Mac (Atlanta) and a dozen from the little Hot Wing trailer next to the minimart!


Now the only question is which BEER goes best with deep fried cholesterol? ;c
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Went to BW3's for dinner last night, the missus wondered where to go when the 5 year old daughter said "BW3s" (Good girl, check is under you pillow ;f) had 24 and was HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY! ^7 ^5
What is BW3's ?
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Old 01-17-2004, 19:43   #39
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Sitting here on a freakin diet fince New Years. Nothing dramatic but trying to stay off the wings!

HEY!!!

'Wings are an Atkins friendly food! Pig out!

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Old 01-18-2004, 15:29   #40
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Deep fry in what kind of oil? I tried canola oil and the wings tasted fine, but it kinda stunk up the kitchen. I understand that Crisco and other shortenings are bad for us heathwise. Can't deep fry with olive oil, it wont take the heat. What's the best choice?

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Peanut oil, in my experience is the only choice. It's spendy, but filter it when done, refrigerate, and reuse.
My deep fryer is a home model that has a lid that closes and a filter to keep the house from stinking. It cost about $50. The best feature though is the removeable oil resevoir. When the oil is cooled, I pull out the well and pop it in the spare fridge for the next use.
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Old 01-18-2004, 15:50   #41
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BW3's ;3
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Old 01-21-2004, 08:50   #42
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k, so I don't use this on hot "wings" per se, I prefer boneless skinless chicken boobs and thighs...here goes


In a medium bowl mix the following:

two handfulls of chili powder
one handful of black pepper
cover that with a layer of granulated garlic
add a few pinches of paprika
add half a handful of brown sugar
add a half a handful of ground white pepper
add two pinches of cumin
ad half a pinch of dill weed
ad half a handful of celery seed
add a handful of sesame seeds
mix that up and set aside

in large bowl add the following:

1 bottle of your favorite KRAFT barbeque sauce
1/2 cup of Cattleman's BBQ sauce (find it at Costco)
1/4 bottle of A-1 steak sauce
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup sweet & sour sauce
stir it all up

slowly stir in the dry ingredients above. Mix well. Take 1 can of 7-up, Sprite, or Sierra Mist. Open can. Pour in about 1/8 of the can of soda into the sauce and stir. Drink the rest of the soda yourself.

Taste the sauce. Does it burn yet? No? You haven't gotten it quite spicy enough. Add half handful of chili powder, a pinch of curry, and two more pinches of ground white pepper. mix well. Taste. Still no fire? Blend ONE habanero pepper until it can't be blended no more. Mix that in with the sauce. I've never had to go THAT far. But if it ain't hot enough with the habanero & all the spices, you really should get yourself checked out by a qualified medical practicioner.

Warning: Do NOT try this recipe if you've got tender rear nether regions that suffer from irratibility, inflamation, or extra sensitive skin. It burns both ways for the un-initiated. I sweat like a pig when munching down the super spicy chicken. I'm the only one in my family who can eat the full-house hotness stuff, and my dad loves eating spicy stuff.

Another alternate way to prepare the chicken: double the dry recipe. Dry-rub all the dry mixture on to the chicken and let it set for a few whilest you mix up the liquid portion. Place chicken on a tin-foil lined baking dish. Cover chicken in sauce. Cover that w/ more tinfoil and bake @ 425f for 20-30 minutes or until done.

The sauce as described above (or with half or 1/4 the amount of dry mix added) makes an EXCELLENT alternative to ketchup for burgers & fries.

Dogs like it too (at least my dad's little Jack Russel terrier does)
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Old 01-22-2004, 22:48   #43
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The best I've ever had are at Lena's in Fredonia, NY (near Buffalo, NY);6
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Old 01-27-2004, 18:50   #44
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HOOTERS BUFFALO CHICKEN WINGS

Vegetable oil (for frying )
1/4 cup butter
1/3 cup Crystal Louisiana Hot Sauce
1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon paprika
1/3 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
10 chicken wing pieces

On the side

Bleu cheese dressing
Celery sticks

Heat oil in a deep fryer to 375 degrees F. You want just enough oil to cover the wings entirely - an inch or so deep at least.

Combine the butter, hot sauce, ground pepper and garlic powder in a small saucepan over low heat. Heat until the butter is melted and the ingredients well-blended.

Combine the flour, paprika, cayenne pepper and salt in a small bowl.

If the wings are frozen, be sure to defrost and dry them. Put the wings into a large bowl and sprinkle the flour mixture over them, coating each wing evenly. Put the wings in the refrigerator for 60 to 90 minutes. (This will help the breading to stick to the wings when fried.)

Put all the wings into the hot oil and fry them for 10 to 15 minutes or until some parts of the wings begin to turn dark brown.

Remove the wings from the oil to a paper towel to drain. But don't let them sit too long, because you want to serve the wings hot.

Quickly put the wings into a large bowl. Add the hot sauce and stir, coating all of the wings evenly. You could also use a large plastic container with a lid for this. Put all the wings inside the container, add the sauce, put on the lid, then shake. Serve with bleu cheese dressing and celery sticks on the side

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*Edited due to inapporiate links on the Google search results page. Quack, if you want to add more recipes, just paste them in! I pasted in the first one for you.

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That last recipe came from:

http://www.recipegoldmine.com/wings/wings55.html

No idea why it appeared as code;Q
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Old 02-08-2004, 08:48   #46
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I like crispy wings. The best way to do that is use thawed wings and roll them in a towel before setting them in a fryer. Some places use a light flour coating, but I do not like the taste.

The sauce, one key thing is butter.

The best wings I have had so far is from the Anchor Bar ( the first place for wings, in Buffalo) and Tonys Pizza in Akron.
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Other than "real" Buffalo Wings, my ab-fab are "Rochester Wings". From Buffalo's neighbor and competitor. LOL

ROchester wings are a sweet hot sauce based on COrn syrup and hot stuff. Best served at Country Sweet Chicken and Ribs in Rochester NY. ^c

I try to bring some home with me whenever I make it up there. At the restaurant they serve the wings as a platter: Bottom is bread, then a pile of mac salad, then the wings on top, then drown it in the sauce... ;V

YUM!
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Other than "real" Buffalo Wings, my ab-fab are "Rochester Wings". From Buffalo's neighbor and competitor. LOL

ROchester wings are a sweet hot sauce based on COrn syrup and hot stuff. Best served at Country Sweet Chicken and Ribs in Rochester NY. ^c

I try to bring some home with me whenever I make it up there. At the restaurant they serve the wings as a platter: Bottom is bread, then a pile of mac salad, then the wings on top, then drown it in the sauce... ;V

YUM!
I actually like all wings that have a slight crunch BUT... my favorite are the ones that make me break out in sweats when I smell them;P
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I actually like all wings that have a slight crunch BUT... my favorite are the ones that make me break out in sweats when I smell them
My favorites are a combination of those two 'qualities' above! I too like my hot wings to have a little breading (or something) coating to them - and like you said . . . . . . make me get all "hot & bothered" by the fumes coming off of 'em! ;9
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My favorites are a combination of those two 'qualities' above! I too like my hot wings to have a little breading (or something) coating to them - and like you said . . . . . . make me get all "hot & bothered" by the fumes coming off of 'em! ;9
Well the Rochester wings are breaded, I believe. They now make a Habenero version of the sauce for those who like it really hot!

Oddly enough, I just spotted the Country Sweet sauce in a supermarket in Nashua, NH!
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