More Keto Chicken Wings!
Saag Chicken Wings? Why not? I’ll be honest. I never ate spinach as a child. But I found a love for it as I grew older. My first proper ‘saag’ was in the form of my Keto Palak Paneer. From which I created my recipe for Keto Saag Chicken. Chicken wings are another story though. I’ve always loved them. One of my first Keto recipes on the channel was garlic Parmesan chicken wings. Since then I’ve taken butter chicken and turned it into butter chicken wings, I did the same with my tandoori chicken wings. You get the idea.
I’ve had this idea on my mind for a while to make my Saag Chicken into a wing recipe. So today I’m doing just that. I’m breaking it down into a deconstructed version. A lovely masala chicken with with a cooling ‘saag’ dip to go with it. Enjoy!
An alternative cooking method
With this dish I wanted to kind of do a more modern play/take on Saag chicken. As I neared the end of the cook I realized there were a few other ways to cook this dish. I served the sauce and the wings separately. What you could do is toss the wings in the sauce when they come out and serve them. You could also toss them in the sauce, pop them back in the oven for 5 minutes and have that sauce cook into the wings.
If you find the sauce too bland, which some people might. You can add a round of spices to the onions as they cook. Use the same spices that I use to marinate the chicken. I chose to let the sauce be nice and cooling and hence it has no masala in it. Either way, try different things and let me know how they turn out.
Nutrition Info (Per serving) – For the wings
- Calories: 182
- Net Carbs: 0g
- Carbs: 0g
- Fat: 8g
- Protein: 25g
- Fiber: 0g
This recipe makes 12 servings. One serving = One Wing (flat and drum). Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.
Nutrition Info (Per serving) – For the sauce
- Calories: 34
- Net Carbs: 1g
- Carbs: 1g
- Fat: 3g
- Protein: 1g
- Fiber: 0g
This recipe makes 21 servings. One serving = 15 grams. Cut the cake into 16 equal slices. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.
For the sauce I weighed it at the end and it was 315 grams. At 15grams (a tablespoon) per serving that was 21 servings. I would strongly recommend that you weigh your sauce at the end because the weight might vary depending on how much you end up reducing the spinach puree. Just keep that in mind. If yours weighs more then your serving size will be bigger, if it’s less than the serving will be smaller.