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How to can chicken wings so that the bones are mostly soft

OK, so one person on reddit has done (almost) what you want and provides details (thighs, not wings.) They used 10 lb steam for 2 hours and 15 minutes. Altitude not specified. They did not get what ...
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How are Boneless Wings Made

Well; boneless wings cover a wide breadth of different styles; so no one size fits all answer. Breaded breast meat or chicken tenderloin breaded; probably the higher end version. The hotdog of ...
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How to Sous Vide Chicken Wings?

The FDA recommends cooking poultry for 15 seconds at 74°C/165 °F This though, is a ridiculously high temperature. The food safety of chicken and turkey has long been a subject of concern because ...
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What hot sauce should I use for Buffalo wings sauce?

I make my own hot sauce fairly frequently using whatever chilli peppers are available locally. A good basic Frank's Red Hot Sauce recipe is here: http://www.food.com/recipe/copycat-franks-red-hot-...
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How are Boneless Wings Made

They're generally just breast meat, if they're nice ones as opposed to glorified chicken nuggets. If you google "boneless chicken wings" you'll find plenty of results corroborating this. This recipe ...
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Frying chicken wings all the way through

Properly cooking chicken wings through is the technique many restaurants and bars are made or broken on. Cooking an item that has a lot of skin and bone, and cooking ti correctly, is a challenge. You ...
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How do I fix over-salted dry brined chicken wings?

What can I do to reduce the salt levels in chicken at this point? Can I soak them in cold water to draw out some salt? Yes. Use plain water and cover the wings, stirring to agitate and changing water ...
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Is it better to air fry and refrigerate my wings or to wait to air fry them tomorrow?

I would suggest dry brining the extra half and leaving uncovered overnight so you get an even crispier skin.
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How to make Lebanese chicken wings

Consider asking the people at the restaurant how they do the preparation, since you like it so much, and explain that you are curious to understand how these are different from other varieties of ...
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Can a combination of Grilling and Baking be used for Chicken?

To answer the question about cooking technique...yes, you can sear chicken on the grill and then finish cooking by baking in the oven. You can also do the reverse (oven then grill). There are plenty ...
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Is it better to air fry and refrigerate my wings or to wait to air fry them tomorrow?

Conventional wisdom says that freshly cooked food is better than re-heated food (*) So I would cook half today and second half tomorrow. I would maybe marinate the second half of the wings. (*) yes ...
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How to prevent the breading residue sticking in chicken fry?

You aren't missing anything, it's completely normal for parts of the breading to come off food while it's frying. This residue will keep cooking, leading to blackened breading bit buildup. If pieces ...
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