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Old 09-03-2007, 01:21 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by college_cook View Post
Wings only take 3-5 minutes in a 350 deep fryer, and if your fryers can handle 6-8 dozen at a time, you should only need to start cooking maybe 40 minutes before you need your wings, if your sauce is made ahead of time. I'd say the best way to go would be to keep you wings in the warmers until they need to be served, at which point i would toss them in a simple sauce and slop them onto a giant platter.
6-8 dozen is a pretty big fryer, and I'd think that a pile of chicken wings like that would drop the oil temp quite a bit when added.

Regardless, I want a fryer that holds that many wings!!!
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