Exploring Kitchen Equipment

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Exploring Kitchen Equipment

Hi there, my name is Lissa Nickels. I am here to talk about kitchen equipment used in restaurants. Skilled chefs used a wide range of equipment to prepare appetizers, entrees and desserts. Each piece of equipment performs a specific action to perfect the dish. The look, feel and taste of that item is directly affected by the type of oven, toaster or grill used to prepare it. I would like to share information about all of the different dishes created using each type of equipment. I will even talk about maintenance and repairs required to keep the equipment in good working order. I hope that you will visit my site often to learn more. Thank you for coming to my website.


Tips For Reheating Your Leftover Chicken Wings

Chicken wings can be a versatile and flavorful food, but you may not be able to eat all of the chicken wings that you get when you order them at your favorite restaurant. To help you with reheating your leftover chicken wings, there are some important steps to take.

Keep The Chicken Wings In An Airtight Container

When you are storing the chicken wings in the refrigerator, you should transfer them to a container that is completely airtight. Failing to use an airtight container can increase the risk of the chicken wings developing bacteria that could potentially make you ill. Additionally, exposure to the air could cause the wings to dry out more quickly, which can result in them becoming chewy and tough. Luckily, transferring your leftover chicken wings to an airtight container may only take a few minutes of your time, and it can significantly increase the quality of the wings when you reheat them.

Avoid The Microwave

Using the microwave to reheat the leftover chicken wings can be a mistake that could significantly lower their quality. The rapid and uneven heating of the microwave may lead to the wings becoming extremely tough as well as potentially losing much of their original flavor. Rather than using the microwave, you should consider heating the wings in your oven. This may take a few minutes longer, but it will allow you to get the wings as close as possible to their original flavor and texture. If the wings were deep-fried, you may be able to also use a deep fryer for a few minutes. This can be the best option for individuals that want their wings to be as crispy as possible, but it should not be done if the wings are already covered in the sauce as this could interfere with the frying process.  

Consider Freshening The Sauce Before Heating

The sauce that comes on your wings can be one of the highlights of this dish. Unfortunately, the sauce on the wings can start to dry out while they are being stored in the refrigerator. To make sure that your wings are moist enough and have sufficient sauce for your preferences, you may want to add a little wing sauce to them before you start the process of reheating the leftover wings. This is especially important when you are using the oven to reheat the wings as much of the sauce may evaporate while they are reheating.