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Buffalo Chicken Wings

America's Choice Pure Vegetable Oil for deep frying
4 lb. Bag frozen chicken wings
¼ c. melted butter
¼ c. hot sauce of your choice - we used
    Master Choice's Louisana Hot sauce
2 teaspoons vinegar
celery sticks
bleu cheese dressing

Heat 4 inches of oil in a sturdy pot or deep fryer.
Oil for frying should register 375 degrees on a
deep-fry thermometer.
Fry frozen wings in batches - 5 to 8 at a time.
Fry for 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Remove with a slotted spoon and drain wings on
brown paper bags or towels.
Mix butter, sauce and vinegar thoroughly.
Toss wings in batches with some of the sauce.
(best to use sealed Tupperware).
Serve with celery sticks, bleu cheese and lots of napkins.

Please be careful deep-frying!
Any questions on the frying process,
please feel free to email me before trying.


Subj: Comments/questions about 'Buffalo Wings' Recipe
From: ftc2000@email.msn.com (BARBARA DARCY)
To: steve@pulpkitchen.com

STEVE,
HOW YA DOING ? I SEE YOUR DELICIOUS RECIPES ON CH. 3 NEWS EVERY SUNDAY MORNING. YOUR RECIPES ARE SHORT AND SWEET AND TO THE POINT, WHICH MAKES THEM EASY TO FOLLOW. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK !!!!!!!
I USUALLY BAKE WHOLE WINGS IN THE OVEN @ 375 TO 400 DEGREES FOR ABOUT 50 TO 60 MINUTES. I USE THE SAME SAUCE FOR THE WINGS. I USE 1/2 STICK OF BUTTER AND 1/2 CUP OF TRAPPEY'S HOT SAUCE (SOLD AT SHOP-RITE SUPERMARKETS) IT COMES IN QUART BOTTLES. I NEVER TRIED USING VINEGAR, BUT I WILL ON MY NEXT BATCH.
STEVE, I HAVE A SECRET INGREDIENT I PUT ON THE WINGS WHILE PREPARING AND BEFORE BAKING. I USE OLD BAY CRAB SPICE. I SPRINKLE THAT ON INSTEAD OF SALT AND I USE FRESH GROUND PEPPER CORNS. I KNOW YOU HAVE A HANKERING FOR SEAFOOD, YOU USE IT A LOT ON YOUR SHOWS.DOESN'T THE OLD BAY SOUND GOOD ? TRY IT SOMETIME, I KNOW YOU'LL USE IT ALL THE TIME. MY WIFE AND KIDS RAVE ABOUT THEM !!!!
TAKE CARE, GOD BLESS,
SINCERELY,
JOE DARCY

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