How do you reheat chicken wings?

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The following is a quick and easy way to reheat chicken wings. A microwave can be used but it will dry the wings out so an oven is preferred. To lock in moisture the fish can be wrapped in foil. Turn the temperature of the oven to the desired temperature, ideally between 250 ? 400 degrees. High temperatures may cause the food to ?cook? a second time, which can overheat it and dry it out, so be careful. Allow the oven to get warm, which should take 5 ? 10 minutes. Place the chicken wings in the oven. The time it takes to warm will vary based on the size and quantity.
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