Chicken Wings (The Clean Way)

Chicken Wings (The Clean Way)

Hello my Cherishables!

I have come up with a method for preparing chicken wings that is yummy, and clean and will fit your budget. I have a tendency of cooking without measuring, so the recipe below should be prepared using your best judgment.

1.      Boil your chicken wings in water to get rid of fat, salt, and any other preservatives and dyes.

2.      After you chicken wings have come to a boil, pour out the boiled water, and rinse in coriander.

3.      Season your chicken wings to taste in a bowl, and add safflower oil to it.

4.      Cover a baking sheet with foil, and space the wings out on the cookie sheet.

5.      Broil the chicken wings uncovered for about 8 – 10 minutes, or longer if you want them crispier.

The wings will come out crispy and yummy! I created my own ranch dip with a tablespoon of sour cream, a table-spoon of light mayo, parsley flakes, dill weed, sea salt, and garlic powder.

This was the best meal for way fewer calories and required way less ingredients than the store bought stuff. It also saved me a ton of money.

I hope you enjoy,

Cherish

6 thoughts on “Chicken Wings (The Clean Way)

  1. Sounds good! You’re a natural. Me? I need measurements, lol. I’ll put the whole bottle of oil in there and then ask “is that enough?” while trying to season my chicken to taste by actually tasting it before I cook it.

  2. This sounds awesome! I can’t have any sugar or soy sauce… so I thought I couldn’t make a good marinade for my wings. But these look soooo yummy! I can’t wait to try this recipe. And I will. Like next week. Thanks for sharing!

    • These wings are delicious. You will enjoy! You can make a marinade using Stevia or Truvia (sugar substitute), apple cidar vinegar (1TBlspn), water, safflower oil, garlic powder, onion powder, sea salt, and pepper. Under a low heat, you can simmer these ingredients to thicken the marinade, and voila!

      • I’m making them next week! I’ll totally link back to your blog when I write about them… which I’m sure I will. 🙂 Thanks, again!

  3. Pingback: Comfort food: Chicken drummies and parsnip mash | Wife, Mother, Maker

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