Lakeside Wings

Discussion in 'Deep Fried' started by Case, Oct 2, 2017.

  1. Case

    Case Member

    Pretty simple cook. Marinated the wings in Franks and beer for two days in a ziplock. Added Krusteaz Pancake mix to that. Fried in peanut oil.




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  2. Brian

    Brian Jack of all grills and master of none. Staff Member

    Those look delicious. And the view doesn't hurt any either.
  3. SmokinAl

    SmokinAl Administrator Staff Member

    Nice view!

    The wings look pretty darn good too!

  4. p.z.

    p.z. Member

    Killer view, and fantastic looking wings. I need to get a discada one of these days - I have to use a wok, and the sides are too steep for how I like to cook.

    What lake is that?
  5. Case

    Case Member

    Thank you all!

    That is Paulina Lake. It is located in the Newberry National Monument in Central Oregon. I hold an annual gathering there the third weekend of September. This year there were no fires, or charcoal allowed. So we used the Discada for all of our cooking. On Saturday night I host a pot luck. This year I did a vegetable stir fry along with stir fry beef and cashew chicken.
  6. p.z.

    p.z. Member

    That's why the lake looked so familiar - very similar to the ones in North Idaho.

    Did you make the discada, and if so, where did you get the disc? I'm interested in somehow acquiring one because they look perfect.
  7. Case

    Case Member

    A friend of mine did the welding. Filling in the hub hole and adding the handles. The Disc came from a scrap yard in Near Canby Oregon. They have hundreds of discs all kinds of sizes. This one is 24" diameter and weighs in at 40 pounds! The bottom is about 1/2" thick.

    I built the burner out of a tire wheel, Bayou burner and needle valve. Since completion I have had to bolt the legs tubes to the wheel. Incompatible metals allowed one of the welds to break. Thank fully not when it was hot or had oil loaded on the disc.
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  8. p.z.

    p.z. Member

    Because I live in a rather rural area I think it should not be a problem to find a disc, and one of my younger son's natural talents is welding. I'm going to make this a project for him and I - thanks for posting!
  9. Bearcarver

    Bearcarver Member

    The ones we have around here would have to be scrubbed real good to get the Manure off.
    And you'd have to not let the Farmer catch you!!

  10. Case

    Case Member

    I had mine sand blasted! Then I seasoned it with Flaxseed oil like I do with my cast iron.

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