If you love wings and want to know how long do you deep fry frozen chicken wings, then you’re in for a treat! This is one of my most favorite meals to prepare when I have dinner. They come out so good that I can’t leave home without them!
Before you begin deep frying your chicken wings, make sure they are properly defrosted. This means that you must let your chicken become cold before you begin. This will make sure that the breading doesn’t harden when it comes time to deep fry it. When cooking them through, make sure to not undercook them. I like to deep fry them for about 2 minutes on each side to make sure that they are soft and crispy, then I flip them over and cook them for another minute or two.
I like to use a hot oil for my deep-fryers. The reason I like hot oil is because it makes the chicken much more crispy and moist. If you don’t like hot oil, you may want to try a lower heat oil such as grapeseed oil or even canola oil.
You will need a cast iron skillet or a skillet with a non stick coating. I prefer the former, but either will work. In addition to the skillet, you will need a baking sheet, paper towels, paper shavings and an oven thermometer.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees or whatever your desired temperature is at home. Once that is done, go outside and take your prepared skillet or pot and place it directly on the hot coals of your oven. Turn the burner to medium and allow the coals to get hot. When the skillet gets hot, immediately place your frozen wings in and deep-fry them until they are done.
When the wings are done, remove them from the oven and let them cool on the paper towels. Then you can carefully wipe them off with paper shavings and serve. You can refrigerate leftover wings if you want to make another batch of this delicious and crispy chicken wings recipe the next day or make it the night before and reheat as directed.
For that blue cheese dip, you will want to heat up some of your favorite barbecue sauce. You can find barbecue sauce at any store or grocery store. If you have never made this type of sauce before, it is probably best to purchase a bottle of the premade sauce. If you already have some on hand then simply heat up the sauce to the desired degree of your choice and pour it into your preheated frying pan.
Onion rings and garlic tabs can be found at just about any grocery store. These items can be placed directly on the hot coals of your frying pan to cook quickly. As the onions begin to color, they will stick to one another. Do not add any salt to the onions or garlic tabs as they will burn easily.