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Old 08-12-2018, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default Would this added ingredient supe up wings?

Anyone tried this on your smoked wings? I would think if you do it, they will be as crispy as possible

https://cafedelites.com/crispy-buffa...n-wings-baked/
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No not yet but I printed the recipe and will give them a try. I don't see why you couldn't just grill them on a hot charcoal grill with similar results.
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Baking powder by chance? Yep, it works.
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No not yet but I printed the recipe and will give them a try. I don't see why you couldn't just grill them on a hot charcoal grill with similar results.
I was thinking since lower temps cause chewy skin, that this would increase crispiness in that regard?
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Baking powder by chance? Yep, it works.

Yup. Good to know it works
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Baking powder makes grilled/baked skin crispier, but the resulting flavor and texture doesn’t come close to twice fried deep fried wings.
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I was thinking since lower temps cause chewy skin, that this would increase crispiness in that regard?
The baking powder does help, but I cook them at around 400 to 425 degrees.
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