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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Detectorist, Oct 4, 2012.
I used canola oil and it just doesn't do it for me.
Thank me later:
Always fry in peanut oil if you want the best flavor.
I second that!!
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Peanut oil gives a great flavor but is rather expensive. I've always used vegetable oil for wings. 8 to 10 minutes a batch at 375 degrees. Not overcooked or dried out but perfectly cooked and moist. Toss in your favorite wing sauce and BAM....
Damnit im hungry now.
I worked in a lot of restaurants when I was younger and my experience was that Peanut oil would last longer before needing changed out and gave a much better flavor.
One more vote for peanut oil.
Bacon grease/oil! (kidding, not sure if that'd even be plausible).........tagged, as I would like to get into frying stuff more.
At $14.00/gal from Walmart, it's too expensive.
Peanut oil, coconut oil, or sunflower oil.
Detectorist!!!! What happened to your diet man?!
Peanut oil is expensive. BUT- just pour it through a filter and refrigerate. I've always got a pot of oil in my downstairs fridge. It is slow to breakdown due to it's high smoke point, so you'll get many uses from it.
Many GTers recommend Amsoil or Royal Purple. Personally I think they are overkill for standard wings.
Now, if you have high-performance wings or wings that have been modified with performance enhancements then you might want to give them a try.
Another vote for peanut oil, but, I hate the way the price has gone through the roof!!
Beef Tallow! Bring back the old times.
We need a how often do you change your peanut oil thread.
I didn't fry wings in it, but last year I rendered like 40-50 pounds of bear fat and I cooked some fries in it and they were pretty tasty.