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Wheezie's Wings

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Better than restaurant wings! Healthier too since they are not deep fried. You can use regular flour but I find it burns more and doesn't crisp as much. I usually buy whole wings and cut them myself. They are way cheaper and I like the crunchy little ends


  • ~1 1/2 lbs split wings
  • 1/4 cup white rice flour
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • hot sauce
  • oil


Preheat oven to 400 deg. F

Pat wing dry with paper towels. Add salt & pepper to rice flour in small bowl.

Using tongs coat chicken pieces in seasoned rice flour and set aside.

Heat ~2 tablespoons oil in fry pan on medium heat. Add the chicken...drumettes first. Fry until all golden, brown and crispy.

Put in baking pan when browned. When all chicken is browned add hot sauce to taste. Put in hot oven on high rack and turn oven over to broil. Watch carefully, cook about 10-15 minutes being careful not to burn. Serve with salad for a light meal.




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Louise Norbury


Louise Norbury

Influences: Retro Comfort Food, Asian, Indian

Location: 100 Mile House, BC

Favorite Piece of Cooking Equipment: KitchenAid Mixer

Favorite Recipes: Yorkshire Pudding, Five Bean Five Alarm, Key Lime Chicken, Mango Cheesecake, Asian Summer Steak Salad, Mango Chicken Salad, Jam Pudding, Rhubarb Crisp, Apple Pan Dowdy,

What else? Don't expect low cal, low carb , low fat, low sodium or low anything. I'd rather eat a smaller serving of "full whatever" than sacrifice taste. I love old fashioned from scratch recipes but I like modern techniques and tricks too.

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