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I was brain storming ways to turn simple comfort foods into fancy modern dishes, In this Instructable ill show you how to re-construct a pub favorite, Hot Wings! ...
First you need to gently (without tearing) remove the skin from the breast (I couldn't find skin on breasts so I am using the skin from a Leg/Thigh) after you ...
Preheat the water bath to 65 Degrees Celsius. (the one I use is a temperature controller form ebay paired with a slow cooker) Place your chicken breast into a zipper ...
Chill a tall glass of olive oil in the freezer, It will solidify so watch it carefully. Next you will measure out 1/3 cup of Franks (or another ...
Add a few grams (5-10) of blue cheese to 2/3 cup of milk, I used 2%. Let that stand for a few hours until the milk takes on ...
Remove the chicken from the bath and the bag. cut the chicken into desired shape. (A little pink is ok, this chicken is fully and perfectly cooked) Sear ...
On a plate, A nice squirt of Red Hot. Set the chicken on top. Rest the crispy skin on the chicken. Add a tablespoon or so of caviar ...
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