Introduction: Boneless Buffalo Wings

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Wings are one of my FAVORITE game time snacks! These Boneless Buffalo Wings are perfect to satisfy my game-day cravings. When I have to bring something to a party, I prep these guys up ahead of time and warm them when I get there! They are really simple to make! The best part is they are made with 100% chicken breast that's baked (not fried!) for a healthier way to enjoy this yummy dish. But don't worry, healthy doesn't mean lacking flavor! These little guys are finger licking amazing!

Ingredients:

· 3 medium chicken breasts (about 2 pounds)

· ½ cup flour

· 2 eggs

· ¼ cup milk

· 1 ¼ cup bread crumbs

· 1 tsp salt

· ½ tsp black pepper

· 1 tsp garlic powder

· 1 tsp Italian seasoning

· ½ tsp cayenne powder

· Cooking spray

· Wing sauce

Step 1: Cut the Chicken

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Cut the chicken into bite sized pieces.

Step 2: Flour the Chicken

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Add the flour and diced chicken into a gallon sized plastic bag. Shake the bag around to evenly coat the chicken.

Step 3: Egg Wash

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In a large bowl beat the eggs and milk. Remove the chicken from the bag, shaking off the excess flour and reserve it in the bag for later. Mix the chicken in the eggs to evenly coat each piece.

Step 4: Breading

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Add the bread crumbs and seasonings to the remaining flower and shake to mix. Add the chicken to the bag, draining off extra eggs. Close the bag with a large air bubble and shake the bag around to coat the pieces.

Step 5: Bake and Saucify!

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Coat baking sheets with cooking spray and spread out the coated chicken. Spray the tops of the pieces with more cooking spray. Bake in a preheated 400˚F oven for 10-15 minutes until chicken is cooked through.

Put the baked chicken into a large bowl. Drizzle with wing sauce and mix to evenly coat the wings. Add more sauce as desired. Serve with a side of blue cheese and carrots/celery.

Comments

bamadaddy (author)2016-01-18

But I like them HOT like hot wings...have a good recipe for doing your boneless like that?

MaddieJ3 (author)bamadaddy2016-01-18

I made a mango habanero sauce one time but didn't write up a recipe for it. When I get a chance to, I will share it with you. At the store, wing sauce usually comes in a variety of heat levels. If you find its not hot enough, try adding cayenne to it. The more you add the hotter they will get!

bamadaddy (author)MaddieJ32016-01-18

I sure will...Thank you...Jeff

bamadaddy (author)MaddieJ32016-01-18

But I'm gonna try your recipe too..thank you...

MaddieJ3 (author)bamadaddy2016-01-18

Please let me know how you like it :)

bamadaddy (author)MaddieJ32016-01-18

Yes you know you can go to different sports bars and seem like they all have different recipes for sauce , some good and some not so good...I tend to go back to the place that taste buds like the best and just wished I had that recipe..Seems to have a slight vinegar taste to it...and a good blue cheese (chunky) not store bought...See how picky I am about my wings ha...

MaddieJ3 (author)bamadaddy2016-01-18

Nothing wrong with being picky about wings! Haha

primosanch (author)2016-01-18

Looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing.

MaddieJ3 (author)primosanch2016-01-18

Thanks and your welcome!

Nanthini Suppiah (author)2016-01-16

Tq for the recipe...looks yummy...

Your welcome! Try it, you won't be disappointed!!

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