Ok so everyone keeps asking for my homemade wings recipe so finally I decided to share it here please don’t tell everyone about this because it is a family recipe and kind of a secret lol
First off you have to get a fryer. Any model will do by I just got a Ninja deep fryer you can buy one here. I dont care if you have to rent one or borrow one but if you dont have a fryer you can skip to the next blog because you arent making wings here.
Ok I know you are thinking that this made me mad and you are right. Pork is not wings I don’t care what country you are in. This is from the Crimson and Gold bar in Denver near the Denver University. HOWEVER I decided to try these and they were really good I just wish they wouldn’t call it wings if it’s not wings. I had to leave before I could get wipes because I was getting a haircult next door but it looked like they had good wipes. If you have tried their wipes and no more please comment using the pole.
I ate some goldfish crackers from the grocery store that tastes like wings. I think they are kinda like starter wings for little kids for there lunch boxes or something. They were good for a little bit and then they made my stomach hurt. I don’t want to eat anymore of them but maybe a kid will try them and then want to eat a real wing so I support this idea.
Ok these wings are pretty good. Big and mostly crispy which I like but the thing about this wing offering is the sauce. The ramekin is large lol and the blue cheese is good but it is to runny to be good. Still I like that finally a place knows to give you a lot of sauce.
The wipes were pretty sorry though I will keep posting pics of those because it is important too we have all walked out of a wing place with our our eyes stinging because we keep rubbing wing sauce all over our face and nose. So these wipes were sorry bro. I would eat them again though.
Did you know there’s a trick to eating chicken wings? The drummette part is easy; just grab the “handle” and eat the meat. But in this video, you’ll learn how to eat the flat portion of the chicken wing—the piece that has two bones. Chef John shows you a simple technique to remove the cartilage and quickly slip the bones free from the flat pieces of cooked chicken wings, leaving the meat in one solid piece—a perfectly boned chicken-wing! Learn this amazing trick, and you’ll wow your chicken wing-loving friends.
I think eating wings it about just the most easy thing there is to eat. Who needs to be told how to eat a wing. Still I think anyone who makes a wing video should be thanked and the next wing I eat is dedicated to Cheg John.