Bringing him in to make something he hasn’t made before. Making his recipe as far away from the original as possible. Usually two local judges. I don’t think it is fixed, just inevitable. I’ve also seen him win during the first season. Now, i only watch if I know the place featured.
Do you think it is fixed that he does not will (I have seen him win once)?
Also, the Chicken Thread has many many wing recipes on it.
Welcome to Roadfood, Doug!
Dont be shy..[;)]
I usually grill my wings, but I tried this oven recipe/method submitted by Scorereader and was very pleased with the outcome.
Originally posted by Scorereader
for 4lbs and up to 5 lbs: put thawed dry wings in the oven (flat in one layer, not piled on top of eachother) at 425 degrees.
On stove top, 12oz Franks Red Hot sauce, 1 stick butter, 1oz tobasco. (this will make typical hot wings. For medium use 1/2 oz, for Let butter melt slowly in on low. whisk as needed one the butter is completely melted.
when wings are cooked 60%, flip them, get rid of the chicken fat and put ’em back in the oven.
When wings are cooked 80-85%, put them in a bowl and pour 1/2 sauce over them. Let the sauce get mixed over the wings pretty good.
Pour chicken wings and sauce back into whatever you were cooking the wings in and make sure they are in one layer.
Broil both sides of wings.
While they are broiling, wash out the bowl and then put the other 1/2 of the sauce in the bowl.
once one side is crisp in the broiler, flip them over and crisp the other side. (this should only take a few minutes per side.)
Take out the wings pour them in the bowl along with the sauce and let them get resoaked in the sauce and them let them cool a bit.
Serve with celery and blue cheese.
this is my method. It takes a few times to get it right.
Doug there is a search function at the top of the page. i got this for baked wings. I never know if my links will work.
yeah, i am new to the roadfood world! Anyway, if someone has a good wing recipe for the oven, let me know. Not just buffalo – I enjoy all interesting flavors for wings!
He meant to title it wings. I missed that particular episode, but would have watched it. I usually don’t care to watch Flay posing around the set. Got love him he’s got great food in his restaurants, but what and prima donna.
I take it you missed this: http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=24801
Who watches this? What a great show. Saw a wonderful episode on Buffalo Wings. Speaking of wings, does anyone have a good recipe for baking wings? My wife is adamant that we do not get a deep fryer in the house, and she is probably right!
Throw Down with Bobby Flay
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