If you are looking for a great homemade chicken recipe to surprise loved ones, the Adobo Wings will be a great meal option for you. Perfect holiday Make appetizers for July 4th or super bowl weekend.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 40 mins
- 2 pounds chicken wings
- 1 tablespoon Adobo Seasoning
- Switch on the oven to a temperature of 450 degrees F to preheat.
- Get a large bowl add the chicken and the Adobo Seasoning. Ensure that it is evenly coated.
- Take a sheet pan and line it with foil before you lightly grease it. Arrange the chicken in one layer and bring to bake for approximately 20 minutes. Turn over the wings and bake for 20 more minutes or until it cooks adequately and becomes golden brown. The internal temperature of the oven should be 165 degrees F.
- Serve warm.
- 260 Calories (kcal)
- 18 Fat (g)
- 4.5 Saturated Fat (g)
- 1 Carbohydrates (g)
- 0 Fiber (g)
- 0 Sugar (g)
- 21 Protein (g)
- 85 Cholesterol (mg)
- 200 Sodium (mg)
Did you know that Adobo is a cooking technique, a sauce, seasoning and also the name of a dish such as Adobo wings? Adobo is a sauce with an intense flavor. You can use Adobo sauce to marinade for a sweet, smoky flavor, mix it into Glaze, use it as a finishing touch, stir it into dip or use it as a sauce.
As a seasoning, you may use Adobo as a seasoning mix to rub on meats before cooking. Both the wet and dry Adobo versions contain similar ingredients. The dry seasoning mix, made from garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, salt, pepper, and sometimes dried citrus is the most popular.
Chicken wings are relatively high in protein and also contain potassium and iron. To get the maximum health benefits from your chicken. You are better off baking them rather than frying. During baking, you get to infuse all the nutrients within the meat, and your wings get to cook gently. If you fry them you, take away most of the health benefits that you get from choosing chicken as your primary source of protein.
You can cut a whole chicken wing into three pieces: the drumette, the flat, and the tip. But whether you are cutting it into smaller pieces or not depends on your recipe. Chicken wings have a higher skin to meat ratio than any other part of the chicken.
Labels on chicken wings packages can be deceiving, especially if you are buying them from the stores. When buying chicken, you should look for creamy white to yellow birds and avoid those with bruises and blotched marks. You can buy the chicken, and if not using it immediately, you can keep it for up to 2 days in your freezer. Ensure that you store it in an airtight container first.
Whether you fry them or not, the chicken skin is terrible for you as the fats in the chicken are under the skin. But eating them in moderation once in a while as a treat or snack is not all that bad after all.
Serve you Adobo wings as an appetizer, snack or even part of the main meal with any accompaniment of your choice. You will love it and keep asking for more!
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