Give me a good recepie for HOT WINGS v. lowinfat

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  1. SovietRussia

    SovietRussia What? You pooped in the refrigerator? OT Supporter

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    i need a recepie for hot wings that is fairly good for you. or should i say, not too bad for you. the only 1 i have seen is on the back of the franks red hot bottle. :hsd:
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    You couldnt eat my recipe :noes:
     
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    SovietRussia What? You pooped in the refrigerator? OT Supporter

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    :bsflag: lay it on me!
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    This is for about 4lbs of chicken:
    4lb Chicken Wings
    1tbsp Vingear
    2 Haberno
    1 Jalepeno
    1/4cup of Tabaso Sauce
    1/2cup of that Asian Red Sauce

    Take pan and put wings in pan, put mixture on pan and bake. After they are done cooking take a bowl and sauce them with more red sauce.

    Eat and down 10gallons of water :drool:
     
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    SovietRussia What? You pooped in the refrigerator? OT Supporter

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    i dont even know how to bake chicken i guess. the only way i ever cook chicken is on the george foreman grill.
     
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    timmythegoat Jenny sees you

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    chicken wings are super high in fat regardless, but i guess the way to reduce it most effectively is by baking:

    For around 3 lbs of wings:
    3lbs Chicken Wings
    about 2 cups flour
    2 tbsp. butter/margarine
    louisiana hot sauce

    - Rinse the wings, then dredge them in the flour
    (dredge = putting flour in a plastic bag with a few wings and then sealing the bag and shaking shit around until everything is coated)
    - on a wire rack sitting on a baking sheet (to drain fat & allow even cooking), place the wings and cook for approx. 1 hour or until golden brown and crispy
    - in large bowl, melt butter in microwave and add equal amount of hot sauce
    - toss wings in sauce and enjoy
     
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    SovietRussia What? You pooped in the refrigerator? OT Supporter

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    well actually, i didnt buy wings, i actually got chicken breasts (3lbs) and figured id cook them up, then cut them up into like strips, and then enjoy.
     
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    timmythegoat Jenny sees you

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    the strips wont give off enough fat to make them crispy me thinks.....l
     
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    no the strips don't come out crispy. I never understood why, but I guess it's because of the fat they are missing.
    I do chicken breast cut up into bite size peices and just put the franks on it and bake it until it's done.
     
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    Damn you guys making me freakin hungry.
     
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    remike the second coming

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    BBQ sauce (Famous Dave's Rich and Sassy or KC Masterpiece)
    Worshtershire Sauce
    chopped jalepeno
    chopped garlic
    hot chili oil (asian style with crushed red pepper in it)
    toss them on the grill

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    The skin is what makes them crispy.

    I usually use chicken breast strips.

    I love hot stuff but just flat out your ass is screaming hot is not for me love balanced heat. I normally use like franks hot sauce, dash of worschetire sauce, and a dash of honey with some fresh garlic that has been sauteed.

    Another good thing is take some panko bread crumbs and shredded coconut. Combine them both. Dredge the strips in flour and then egg to coat with egg and roll in the panko/coconut. Pan fry or cook in oven at 400 degrees for like 15 minutes or so turning halfway.
     
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    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    I wish wings weren't so fatty.. :hs:

    Fucking love wings.
     
  14. moses

    moses OMGWTFBBQ

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    here's a recipe i got off of mens health:

    12 slices of chicken breast tenders
    3 tsp honey
    3 tbsp hot sauce (franks, or whatever you prefer)
    2 tbsp worcestershire sauce
    1/2 tsp minced garlic
    1/2 tsp paprika

    1. preheat nonstick skillet on medium-high
    2. stir the hot sauce, honey, worcestershire sauce, garilc,, and paprika in a small bowl and nuke for 10 seconds stirring if the honey clumps
    3. place the chicken and half of the sauce in a large ziplock bag and shake until coated
    4. pour the coated tenders into the skillet and cook them until each side is done
    5. toss on the remaing spice mixture to coat them, serve hot and eat with celery or baby carrots with low fat ranch/blue-cheese if you so desire
     
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