This Chicken Joint Turns Global Cuisines Into Wing Flavors | Food Skills
- Published on Jul 24, 2017
- When it comes to chicken wings, the old adage "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" often holds true. But at International Wings Factory, chef Deepak Ballaney is pushing chicken wings past the standard of Buffalo sauce and blue cheese. Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the shop serves more than a dozen sauces, rubs, and dips with its poultry, offering customers a culinary trip around the world in the process. From flavors like black pepper teriyaki and Vietnamese chile mango, to a secret, Scoville-packed "Cry" sauce, IWF's wings should be on every chicken-lover's bucket list.
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