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Old 12-16-2010, 06:53 AM
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Hello, newbie here, we have the Giardino 1-pizza oven, installed by a contractor. I've only been using it for about a month or so, so still lots to learn (but we're having a blast). We have had off and on success with pizzas (need practice). We tried the crab dip and it was a wonderful appetizer. Someone suggested chicken wings that would bake as the oven heated up. Would that work? Does anyone have a recipe and instructions on where to put them in the oven (deep, door...)? Thanks in advance. -- kathy
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Old 12-16-2010, 12:28 PM
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I learned from pre-browning pizza sausage while the oven is heating up that there's a lot of heat just inside the door while the oven's heating up. A shallow cast iron pan works to cook most anything that needs top heat, like you'd get from a broiler.
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Old 12-16-2010, 03:03 PM
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I learned from pre-browning pizza sausage while the oven is heating up that there's a lot of heat just inside the door while the oven's heating up. A shallow cast iron pan works to cook most anything that needs top heat, like you'd get from a broiler.
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:28 AM
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first off you should carmalize onions olive oil sea salt pepper in a black cast iorn pan at about 700 deg. then do the wings. in pan oil salt pepper,when done in about 7-8 min put the onion on top put some parm.cheese on top and serv omg to die for the little kids think thier the best .what ever you can do in the house oven you can do in wfo. but at hotter temps and faster we do apple pie in black pan 450 deg 20min done ..
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I regularly do chicken wings while the oven is heating up.

2nd photo: I did chicken thighs last night before pizza.
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Old 12-17-2010, 05:05 PM
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so good, see thats what im talking about. we do that too, Wegmans foods has a 10lb back of chicken 1/4's for 4.90 a bag .

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That looks amazing! Is that a grill basket? And I see you are mostly in the doorway, right? How long do they take? THANKS!
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That looks amazing! Is that a grill basket? And I see you are mostly in the doorway, right? How long do they take? THANKS!
Yes, it's a grill basket. And yes, you need to do this near the entry as the heat will be too intense and will char the wings in no time.
It usually takes me about half an hour with frequent tossing and turning of the basket.
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