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Greg and Les show how to make Party Chicken Wings for Super Bowl
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Gregory Dumorne: How are you doing? I am Greg. Les Saurey: And I am Les from Real Deal Catering. Gregory Dumorne: At this point we are going to show you how to do the real deal wings for your real deal Superbowl party. Wings could be very, I am very technical about my wings. I actually get the fresh wings, but it is fine to use the frozen ones you get at the grocery store. I actually use the fresh wings and cut the ugly part off. I did not want to call Les, stay right there. Les Saurey: The funky fingers. Gregory Dumorne: Yes, that one. I just cut that off and leave the wings together because of course we got to have little different wings when you are dealing with real deal catering. I marinated the wings with cayenne seasoning and Italian dressing and I did it last night. So, it is always best. I do not like cooking any chicken that comes fresh out of the store. I definitely like to marinate my chicken at least overnight. That is the secret which you can take to bed. So, as you can see this is the wing without the— Les Saurey: Funky finger. Gregory Dumorne: There it is. Les Saurey: Funky finger. Gregory Dumorne: We are basically just going to fry it in regular peanut oil. Okay, now that our grease is hot enough basically, it requires—it is already pretty much does that. Once it floats, it’s done. That give you that with chicken and just about anything that you put in a deep fryer. Pretty much when it fries that means all of the stuff that raw thing is actually cooked in and floats to the top. So, we are definitely going to use that today. That is why I am here. Now, that our wings are floating, roll over them in a paper towel. Those look good. Les Saurey: So they’re ready to eat now, right? Gregory Dumorne: No, actually I am going to let that, some of that grease to slip out. While we are doing that, I am going to start get our salt. You can always preheat them, quick and easy to go. That is rule number 26. While we’re waiting on that, knife please, so I can, I am going to dice up some butter. You want the butter to be hard. Les: Saurey: So, fresh out of the fridge. Gregory Dumorne: Just take it, for that I apply just two pieces. You can use any kind of hot sauce, I like Crystal's. You can use any kind of hot sauce, any one of your favorite hot sauces. Les Saurey: My dad is going to use tabasco. Gregory Dumorne: Couple of droplets of our hot sauce. Les Saurey: That’s a couple? Gregory Dumorne: Yes, that is a couple. We pretty much and that is how we coat the wings and until the butter melts. The butter actually eases the spiciness of the hot sauce. You could use vinegar if you do not have butter, or if you do not like butter for whatever reason. For the health conscious people, one extra step we do here in Real Deal Catering is instead of that double dipping factor that we have, we actually take the blue cheese. Les Saurey: A little bit of blue cheese. Gregory Dumorne: I usually put some fresh blue cheese also, continue. This is just a simple party you do not have a problem with double digital. And we’re going to plate up the real deal wings. We put in some fresh celery right in there. For those people who are going to insist they must dip their wings, do this on top of the wings for the sake of time. There you have the real deal wings for your Superbowl party. Next, we are going to move into Shrimp Caesar Salad.