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Boneless Buffalo Wings

January/February 2007

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Even though boneless Buffalo wings are made with healthy white-meat chicken, they're usually deep-fried and drenched in hot sauce laced with butter. The solution: chicken tenders are dredged in seasoned whole-wheat flour and cornmeal, pan-fried in only a small amount of oil and then drizzled with a tangy hot pepper sauce. With a fraction of the fat, calories and sodium, these boneless wings are reason enough to throw a party.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These were a tasty alternative to buffalo wings... but I think in the future I'd drizzle more sauce over them... that's usually my favorite part. I also had trouble with the breading sticking to the chicken and would cut back on flour in...

15 Reviews for Boneless Buffalo Wings

09/22/2009
Anonymous

I have not made this exact recipe, but have played around with making healthier chicken tenders, with a breading. In my experience, Panko seems to stick better, as well as crisp better. Another thing you might want to try, is cooking them in the stove a little less than the time suggested, putting them in the over on 425, which will allow them to crisp. Can't promise, but works sometime:)

dottie, Denver, CO

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

These were good on day one. But only make what you need because they do not reheat well at all.

Karen, Rockledge, FL

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Hey - I want to know how to get mine to look like the picture! Seriously though, these were great. We are Buffalo natives and our diets don't allow for the fried version. This recipe filled the void. The only trouble I had was the breading kept falling off. Next time I will try chilling them like the other poster recommended.

korey, Port Huron, MI

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

This is a great quick recipe. I didn't make the dip & it did NOT feel like anything was missing.

Jackie K, Valley Cottage, NY

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

We left off the veggies and the dip and made cornbread instead to use the rest of the buttermilk.

Chelle , Stoneville, NC

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