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Test Kitchen's Favorite Buffalo Wings

Recipe photo courtesy of Johnny Fogg

The secret to impossibly crisp skin and juicy meat? Coating the wings in cornstarch and frying twice, first at a low temperature and again at a high temperature. You can make the accompanying blue cheese dipping sauce a day in advance.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, January/February 2018
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Blue Cheese Dip

Wings

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  • laurtquinn
    9 FEB, 2018
    Too much frying. I found it to be entirely too work intensive and time consuming. Anyway, I did the initial fry at 320°, covered them with sauce (I used ¼ tsp. cayenne instead of the dash), and then baked them for 25 minutes at 350°. Delicious!
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