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Thread: Kettle Vortex'd Buffalo Wings

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    Thanks for the compliments, you guys.

    I made them again last night (no pics), and they weren't *quite* as crispy as they were on Saturday. I'm going to log some notes and come up with an albeit nerdy and methodical approach, but a sure-fire way to do my wings on the kettle w/ the Vortex.

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    Great looking wings, they look perfect.
    I love wings but here most of the time their north of $9.00 a pound so I don't get them very often. I have a vortex for my jumbo joe and performer. I use them for LA kettle fried thighs with excellent results.

    Someone a while back mentioned Costco frozen wings as being very good and priced reasonable. I'll have to look into that next time I go to Costco.
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    Vortex and wings = win! Yours look great.
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    vortex is the only way to cook wings...love them

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    Man those look delicious. Awesome job.
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    Great looking wings!
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    Those wings look great. I have to admit I usually just fry them, but that skin looks spot on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Dahl View Post
    Great looking wings, they look perfect.
    I love wings but here most of the time their north of $9.00 a pound so I don't get them very often. I have a vortex for my jumbo joe and performer. I use them for LA kettle fried thighs with excellent results.

    Someone a while back mentioned Costco frozen wings as being very good and priced reasonable. I'll have to look into that next time I go to Costco.
    I have good luck w/ the Tyson frozen "chicken wing selections" as they like to call them. Walmart carries them for $13 for 4lbs, and they sometimes have their own branded wings for a dollar or so less for the same weight.

    Thanks again for the compliments.

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    Nice Wings M, The Vortex is a very versatile little cooking apparatus.
    Give a few of these a try.

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