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Unread 01-22-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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I mentioned in another's thread that I was experimenting with some chicken wings by marinating them in a mixture of liquids from a jar of pepperocini and a small amount from a jar of sliced jalapenos.
The wings sat in the liquid for 24 hours in the fridge.
When I took them out they had a funky green tint to them but, I expected that.
I cooked them indirect on my gasser for about 1 1/2 hours. While turning, halfway through the cook, I could see the skin was turning more yellow.
The skin crispied up really nicely and the flavor was surprisingly good!
There was just a hint of the sweetness of a jalapeno after its cooked and not bitter at all.
I'll do this again only next time it'll be 100% jalapeno liquid.
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the acidity of the vinegar probably had an effect on the skin, that long of a marinade kinda like ceviche started a little cooking from the acid. they sound really tasty! no PrOn?
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Sorry... no pr0n.
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I love jalapeno flavor I'm curious about your cook time. What temps were you using?
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