How to reheat those leftover chicken wings from your favorite sports bar

After a night out, you might have some leftovers wings from your favorite sports bar which make for a delicious meal.

Unfortunately, reheating can sometimes be a little tricky in getting it just right to experience those same flavors you had from that first scrumptious bite. So here are some tips from Bogey’s on how to reheat those tasty wings.

Wings at Bogey's Sports Pub Venice

Reheating wings with the oven

Sports bar wings feature flavorful sauce, but this sauce can make them soggy during the reheating process. To avoid this sogginess, while still maintaining texture, try doing the following below.

The first step is preheating your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, spread the wings on a foil-lined baking sheet. You want them to reach an internal temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don’t have a meat thermometer, baking your wings for 10 to 20 minutes will likely be enough time to thoroughly reheat them. After cooking, toss them in a sauce of your choice for impactful flavor.

No time for the oven? Try the microwave

If you don’t have the time to cook your sports bar wings in the oven, you can use your microwave. Microwave for about 2 minutes. For best results, space out your wings on a microwave-safe plate so they are not touching. Once you’ve finished reheating in the microwave, add sauce to enhance the flavor.

Try delicious wings at Bogey’s Sports Pub

At Bogey’s Sports Pub, we serve up mouthwatering wings you’ll be sure to enjoy tonight and tomorrow. Our house-made signature sauces include mild, medium, hot, volcano, garlic parmesan, teriyaki, Bogey’s Sauce, cajun dry rub, voodoo (sweet n’ sour), chili lime, and honey BBQ. Additionally, they are served in quantities of 10 and can come with extra ranch or bleu cheese dressing upon request.

Now that you know how to properly reheat your wings, visit Bogey’s Sports Pub this week to grab a bite! You can find us at 652 E Venice Ave. in Venice, FL.

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