Chicken Wings

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2008/01/31 18:22:01 (permalink)

Chicken Wings

I did my own version of chicken wings this evening. I got off a flight this mornign from Des Moines and I was tired. I got home and I was hungry and so was my ugly dog.

I had some whole chicken wings that were thawed and needed attention.

I popped those babies in some batter that I had that were seasoned highly with salt, pepper and other neat stuff.

I heated up the lard (LARD) , yest I said lard and fried those babies in the batter that I had dipped in batter and then dipped in flour with spices.

It came out with a huge crust. My ugly dog and my self enjoyed the results.

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
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    PapaJoe8
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/01/31 20:40:31 (permalink)
    Paul, I hope ugly dog dosen't eat the bones. Sounds simple and good.
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    unabashed
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/01/31 23:21:08 (permalink)
    Sounds Great!!!!
    about LARD I use LARD for my fried chicken and after every use I strain it with a fine strainer and it stays in fridge till next fry....and keeps forever well a long time I guess. My oldest son set my LARD pail aka chicken grease out of fridge for some stupid reason that stuff was gold I had over a year and a 1/2 on it for the past 20 years I've taken a cup of of the old LARD and added with the new batch I change out every 2 years.
    sorry for posting here but as soon as I seen LARD I had to vent.
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    leethebard
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/01 00:00:38 (permalink)
    My wife makes a wing she calls Chinese Chicken wings made with white wine,spices and soy sauce that steals the show at any party> We're having it for the Giant Victory Party Sunday!
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    John A
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/01 06:55:09 (permalink)
    Wings sound great Paul. I too use lard, in fact I do a 50/50 mix of lard and bacon grease for burgers
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    skylar0ne
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/01 14:31:43 (permalink)
    Paul, your chicken wings sound like they were delicious. I absolutely LOVE the way food tastes fried in lard.

    On another note, I wish you would post a picture of that ugly dog of yours. I would like very much to see it. My dog is not exactly a beauty either, but she makes up for it with a really bossy attitude.


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    Baah Ben
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/01 15:00:59 (permalink)
    Fresh, white lard and fried chicken skin..the perfect combo. Great looking dog!
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    BeefAficionado
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/04 01:42:37 (permalink)
    Lard! Bravo!. There is nothing better than the golden hue that frying in lard or beef tallow imparts. I was in London over the holidays and found a fish n chip shop that still fries in beef tallow called the Fryer's Delight. Everything that came out of that fryer was delicious.
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    daytrader106
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/17 06:15:30 (permalink)
    Nothing like health food!
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    leethebard
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/17 07:43:13 (permalink)
    And THAT IS nothing like health food. As my wife says,why is everything that is so delicious NOT good for you????
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    daytrader106
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/02/17 10:02:06 (permalink)
    Nothing is good for you. Not even the water. Just eat what tastes good. Nothing like trying to live on some health diet to find out you get cancer, have a car incident or even a plane wrecks into your home.

    Just eat well. Screw the health diet stuff!

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    Originally posted by leethebard

    And THAT IS nothing like health food. As my wife says,why is everything that is so delicious NOT good for you????
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    AllysonChains
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/03/14 16:13:32 (permalink)
    I cook my Wings in a Wok with Peanut Oil.They always come out crispy on the outside,and juicy on the inside.I add just a bit of Cayenne,Onion Powder,and Paprika.

    My husband makes a sauce with Dave's Insanity Sauce.Jesus!I just like mine plain with Ranch Dressing.
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    SeamusD
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/04/01 14:34:09 (permalink)
    I get the wings when I go to a Japanese steak house near here... they use just the "drummies", cut a slit in either side (almost a butterfly type cut), then deep fried extra-crispy after a light coating of tempura batter. I like to dip them in wasabi and soy sauce mixed together. Incredible.

    When I make them myself, I just use butter, RedHot, garlic, black pepper, and some curry and ginger powders for the sauce (light on the curry, it'll stain your fingers when you eat).
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    DougS
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/04/04 22:44:19 (permalink)
    A bunch of us boys were whooping it up in one of the Yukon halls.
    It was draft beer and chicken wing day.
    Usually, never look at the menu, just a order of Hot Buffalo wings and cold mug of draft, please.

    Today! while waiting my buddies arrival, I decided to read the menu like a novel.
    Hmmmm! Jerk chicken wings, never tried them before.

    Gross!!! and I believe one habenero pepper too many.

    There is some spice in Jerk sauce that over powers the taste buds.
    Any idea, what it is?
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    Jennifer_4
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    RE: Chicken Wings 2008/04/06 22:21:11 (permalink)
    Doug, that would probably be cloves...too much and it ruins it..
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