This wing recipe is just too good not to share.
Sometime ago my husband found a great Chicken Wing recipe video on YouTube. (I would love to give credit to the author but I can't find the video now.) So, let it be said this is not my recipe, just me making a few "healthier" changes to what we saw. I cut back on the amount of coconut oil because we like our wings drier and I did substitute Almond flour for regular flour. We also use only organic, pasture raised meat. Other than those changes, we kept the recipe pretty much in tact.
The recipe is simple and completely delicious and I'm sure when we make it this evening for the photo shoot, my hubby and I will plow through the entire batch.
2lbs chicken wings (We love getting our chicken from Circle C Farms)
2 tbs Almond flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp Coriander
Sauce for Tossing
¼ C Coconut Oil
2 ½ Tbs Red Chili Hot Sauce (like Chohula)
½ Tsp Fish sauce
1 Tsp Red Curry Paste
2 Tbs Cilantro
Preheat the oven to 500.
Toss the wings in the flour, salt and coriander. Bake on a flat cookie sheet for 45 min. I like to line the pan with parchment paper.
Do not over crowd the pan.
Mix the remaining ingredients in a dish to form the sauce. When the wings are done, coat them sauce and serve. Completely delicious...