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Vinegar And Salt Wings

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Just one thought of opening a bag of salt and vinegar chips and BAM! My mouth starts watering. The salty and tangy flavors are so satisfying that I just knew I had to transfer them over to a delicious game day snack.

White wine vinegar is a sweet, fruity, and mild vinegar made from fermented white wine. When used in the and sauce, it gives your wings the classic tangy flavor of salt and vinegar chips but without the lip puckering.

A mixture of cornstarch and salt will coat the wings before they're baked. They work together to dry out the wing and form a crispy coating on the outside. The longer you let the wings sit in this coating, the better!

Bake the wings on a wire rack on top of a baking sheet. This will circulate air in and around the wings, making sure each bite becomes extra crispy. If you were to just place them on a rimmed baking sheet, the wings would steam and turn out soggy.

Alternately, you can bake the wings in a 450 degree oven for 30 minutes until crispy. Spray the tops of the wings with cooking oil or baking spray before baking. For extra crispiness, you can broil the wings for 2-3 minutes after baking.

This is one great recipe. We used fresh Purdue whole wings instead of packaged frozen little ones (or any other brand of fresh) and doubled the recipe x 5-6. Fry them 6 minutes, drain and add the malt vinegar and salt. Total heaven.

These were great! We too love BDubs salt n vinegar wings and these are by far, better. Thanks so much for the simple easy recipe. I also adapted it to do a lemon pepper wing. I seasoned them the same