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post #21 of 27
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They look pretty good Disco! Just Salt & Pepper, what more does it need? Well besides eatin!

 

Great looking food my friend.

Thanks, Foam. I have to admit I didn't think I'd like them that much but SWMBO was right and they were very tasty.

 

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Beautiful wangs. 

:points:

Thanks, Brian.

 

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Awesome looking wings. :points:

I appreciate the point!

post #22 of 27

Did you use any kind of smoke on them? They look scrumptious :)

post #23 of 27
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Did you use any kind of smoke on them? They look scrumptious :)

Thanks. I used Pitmaster Blend pellets. There was a nice smoke undertone.

 

Disco

post #24 of 27

Thank you :)

post #25 of 27
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Thank you :)


You're welcome!

post #26 of 27

Cooked these up before going over to a friends house on Saturday.  They went over very well and had a request for more wings for the same group of friends for New Years Eve.  For variety sake since its less than a week away, I will try something different.

 

It was only the "second" smoke for my new Masterbuilt Propane smoker. (Did some salmon earlier in the day).   Its going to take a little practice getting the temp right on the new unit, but thanks to this site, I have made a few modifications that should help.

 

I also forgot how strong sesame oil is.  Not saying it in a bad way, but next time will be careful about the amount I use.

 

I did two batches, one with the Sirachi, one without as there were some women and kids that I thought wouldn't appreciate the heat.  When I first tossed in the Sirachi, it was HOT and I was afraid I hit it too hard.  A minute later, I could barely taste it, so I hit it with some more.   By the time I got to the party (10 minutes away), there was barely noticeable.  Oh well.  Again, they were still very tasty and I am definitely tossing it up to "Operator Rookieness" with the new smoker and new recipe.

post #27 of 27
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Cooked these up before going over to a friends house on Saturday.  They went over very well and had a request for more wings for the same group of friends for New Years Eve.  For variety sake since its less than a week away, I will try something different.

 

It was only the "second" smoke for my new Masterbuilt Propane smoker. (Did some salmon earlier in the day).   Its going to take a little practice getting the temp right on the new unit, but thanks to this site, I have made a few modifications that should help.

 

I also forgot how strong sesame oil is.  Not saying it in a bad way, but next time will be careful about the amount I use.

 

I did two batches, one with the Sirachi, one without as there were some women and kids that I thought wouldn't appreciate the heat.  When I first tossed in the Sirachi, it was HOT and I was afraid I hit it too hard.  A minute later, I could barely taste it, so I hit it with some more.   By the time I got to the party (10 minutes away), there was barely noticeable.  Oh well.  Again, they were still very tasty and I am definitely tossing it up to "Operator Rookieness" with the new smoker and new recipe.


I don't think there was any operator rookieness. When I made this recipe I went very light on the Sriracha as I wanted Salt and Pepper wings not hot wings. More important, She Who Must Be Obeyed doesn't like really hot wings. So, I went with just enough Sriracha for an undertaste not hot wings.
 

So blame the recipe writer not your skills!

 

Disco

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