Making buffalo chicken wings in the oven is not only easy to do but baking them instead of using a deep fryer will be healthier. There is no need for expensive, messy deep frying. I’ve retrofitted this recipe from a buzzfeed link that I found online.
Baked buffalo chicken wings for sporting events
If you are an avid sports fan like me or just a bar food appetizer lover, than this recipe is for you. I attempted this hot wing recipe during this year’s Superbowl between the Patriots and the Falcons. The family loved them and since the Falcons had a complete MELT DOWN, it was the highlight of the evening for us. Although the reality of Tom Brady winning another Superbowl gave me indigestion.
Fried chicken wings vs baked wings
Man do I love the taste of fried anything but a fried buffalo chicken wing paired with a nice cold quality beer really warms my soul. However, as a practice, I try to shy away from unhealthy food choices. Fried foods are not only a bad choice from a nutritional standpoint but they are a bad heart health choice as well.
Buffalo wings sauce recipe
Infusing mango into the sauce gives them an exotic yet refreshing change from the traditional hot wings recipe. The amazing part about this recipe is how much flavor comes from so few ingredients. The sauce consists of a standard mild salsa, cayenne pepper, honey or agave syrup and cubed mango, salt and pepper. That’s it.
Buffalo chicken wings calories
When it comes to buffalo wings, nutritional value isn’t usually considered. However, this recipe takes advantage of ingredients that are lower in caloric value and fairly low carbohydrate values. An individual serving should be around 362 calories and 28 grams. As an added bonus, each serving should provide about 24 grams of protein.
Party wings conclusion
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