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My Super Bowl Wings

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OK, I decided to use another package of the wings I got at Costco. I thawed out one of the packages and it had 12 wings in it. Just the right amount for my wife and I. I had been thinking of doing dry wings with some coating on them. I found Hooters breading mix at the store and decided to give it a try.

 

Coated the wings in the breading and put them in the refrigerator to rest for a couple of hours.

 

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Took them out and coated them a second time. This time I added the buffalo style seasoning that I used the last time I did wings.

 

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Put them back in the refrigerator to rest some more. Was trying to get them dry so they would be crispy. After about an hour and a half, it took them out and put them on the grill at 325* indirect.

 

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Almost done just a little more cook to finish crisping them up.

 

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And here they are on the plate ready to be eaten.

 

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They came out crispy, but still had a flour taste. Also, I thought the heat level was too mild. My wife thought the heat level was fine.  My question is what did I do wrong because I still had a flour taste?

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I did some wings after seeing the post using Leftys. Mine also had the flour taste! I suspected that mine was because I used a non seasoned breading . I also sprayed with pam coated and let them sit for awhile added more pam and coated again. I thought I may have used to much breading. My other thought was maybe then needed to be tossed in a liquid wing sauce. Interested in reading what others have to say.

 

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1 hour ago, just4fn said:

I am no expert on wings,  but that seasoning looks like it is to be deep fried.  Correct me if I'm wrong.

The package did say deep fry, but I thought that I could do them on the grill. Maybe if I sprayed them with oil when they went on the grill?

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They look good but I too think the second coating was not needed. Not enough fat rendering out of the chicken skin for 2 coatings. 

 

Also once done and crisp I usually toss wings in a sauce and give them one final high heat blast on the grill. Just enough to set the sauce. 

 

 

 

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