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I see a lot of recipes for chicken wings and wonder if eating the skin is compliant. I've looked every where for an answer...please help! BY THE WAY, if you parboil them first and then bake them, they come out crispy and delicious! Here's the recipe:


2 lbs chicken wing pieces


3 tbsp Frank's hot sauce

2 tbsp ghee

dash of worcestershire sauce (MAKE YOUR OWN!)  http://onceamonthmeals.com/paleo-whole30-compliant-worcestershire-sauce-2/


Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.

Heat up a big pot of boiling water. Season the water like you would for cooking pasta (taste the water, it should taste a little repulsively salty, like sea water).


Boil the chicken wings for 7-8 minutes, then remove them to a wire rack so the excess water can drain off. Let them drip dry a little bit, then dry them well with a paper towel.


Place the chicken wings directly on a sheet pan. Bake the chicken wings for 25-30  (if large, then about 40 minutes) minutes on one side, then flip the wings and bake for another 5 minutes on the other side. The wings should have crispy crackly golden skin on the side that was in contact with the sheet pan.


In a small saucepan or in the microwave, heat up the hot sauce, butter, worcestershire sauce until melted and combined. Toss the hot wings in the sauce, and serve immediately. Gobble them up while they're still crisp, and coated with sauce. Enjoy!


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