Easy Keto wings
I love making Keto wings. I’ve made all sorts of wings. I’ve done a butter chicken wing recipe which is super popular. The classic garlic and parmesan wings are loved by everyone and I’ve even done stuff like peanut butter chicken wings. So it’s safe to say I love wings. I’ve also done a 5 ingredient chicken Alfredo which brings me to the inspiration of today’s video. I saw a Youtuber Nick Digiovanni make an Alfredo Chicken wing on his channel and a light bulb went off.
I was like how did I not think of this earlier! So I set out to make a Keto version of these Alfredo chicken wings. Because Nick’s recipe uses potato starch and are deep fried and are also brined in pickle juice which has plenty of sugar. Anyway enough jibber jabber let’s get cooking.
When it comes to wings, especially Keto wings I prefer to bake them. I find it much more convenient than deep frying. In fact if I am being honest I hate deep frying stuff because there is a lot of oil involved and things splatter and it’s just too much work. Also without having that cornstarch or potato starch coating it just doesn’t cut it for me personally. I won’t even attempt to coat a chicken wing in like coconut or almond flour. No thank you!
This time however I tried to dry brine my chicken wings, just like I did with my 100$ Turkey project. I think drying out the skin will definitely help crisp it up and also season the meat right to the bone. One thing I will recommend is just giving the wings a drizzle with oil and a good mix, that will help them crisp up even more.
As for the sauce, I used Emmental cheese because I couldn’t get Parmsesan cheese. I would say this recipe works with pretty much any cheese so no worries if you cannot find Parmesan or it’s too expensive.
Nutrition Info (Per serving)
- Calories: 225
- Net Carbs: 1g
- Carbs: 1g
- Fat: 17g
- Protein: 16g
- Fiber: 0g
This recipe makes 12 servings. 1 serving = 1 full wing. 1 full wing = drum + flat. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.