Simple Double Fried Chicken Wings You Can Cook At Home
Do you want to make tantalizingly crackling homemade chicken wings for your Super Bowl guests? Then try out this double fried chicken recipe that you, or anyone, can make at home!
Course Appetizer, Dinner, Lunch, Snack
Cuisine American, Deep South, Memphis, Southern, Tennessee
Keyword Chicken Wing, Chicken Wings, Double Fried, Fried Chicken, Super Bowl 2019, Super Bowl Snacks, Twice Fried
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 30minutes
Total Time 40minutes
6WingsWhole Chicken WingsFeel free to cut these into party wings
1ContainerVegetable, Peanut, Canola OilAlso, feel free to use any high smoke point oil other than those listed here! Be sure that it is enough to submerge the chicken you intend to fry.
1CupFrank's RedHot Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce (Optional)Importantly, note that this guide is not for a sauce recipe! Instead, if you want a sauce to make yourself, try one from my recipes pages!
1/2Stick(4 Tbsp) Butter (salted or unsalted) (Optional)
1UnitDeep Fryer, Cast Iron Skillet, Air Fryer, Enameled Cast Iron Pot, Etc.This will be the vessel that you use to fry the chicken. So, be sure it has a deep enough bottom to submerge your wings and make sure that the oil won’t ruin it!
1UnitCooling RackPlus, make sure that you get the correct size cooling rack, since you may have different requirements than I do!
1UnitStainless Steel Mixing BowlSince you probably don’t want to eat these wings dry, I recommend a mixing bowl you can use to sauce these puppies up with…
1UnitCandy Oil ThermometerA way to measure and track your heat, since the oil will have to be at specific temperature ranges throughout this process.
First, you'll want to preheat your oil to between 250℉-275℉.
Second, cook your wings in the oil, maintaining our temperature, for 20 minutes. Importantly, do not overcrowd your pot as it will cool down the oil.
Third, allow your chicken to rest. If you want to make them immediately, set them in the fridge for an hour to cool before refrying them. Otherwise, you may store them in the fridge for up to 3 nights, or in the freezer for up to two months after the first fry.
Fourth, re-fry your wings for about 10 minutes, or until golden brown and 165℉ internally, in oil at a temperature between 375℉-400℉. Notably, let your frozen wings defrost to refrigerator temperature before frying them.
Fifth, if you plan to season your fries, do so immediately after draining the hot chicken from the oil. Next, heat your butter to medium heat in a pot, then blend in the Frank's RedHot Sauce for a simple Buffalo sauce. Toss and serve your wings!
Simple Double Fried Chicken Wings You Can Cook At Home https://www.chickenwingsblog.com/double-fried-chicken-recipe/ January 30, 2019