It was time to prepare dinner and I was thinking about what to cook and how to cook it. I had decided to cook some chicken wings, and my usual recipe is to either make a sauce or use a ready made cooking sauce and bake them in the oven. I decided I would do the chicken wings two ways. One would be coated in miso sauce and for the others I would do as crunchy wings.
I usually cut off the nib of the wing and then cut them into two pieces, to make them easier to eat.
The wings were then coated in seasoned flour. I used gluten free self-raising flour (as we were short on plain four), some chicken seasoning, paprika and chilli.
I then set up a bowl of beaten egg and one of gluten free seasoned breadcrumbs.
Keeping one had wet and the other dry, the floured chicken is coated in the egg and then coated in the breadcrumbs.
These are placed on a lined baking tray (I use baking parchment for these). The chicken wings are done one by one and are then baked in the oven for 20-30 minutes until the coating is browned and the chicken is cooked. Mine took a little longer than planned as I had more in the oven.
They were lovely and crunchy on the outside and the chicken was moist and tender on the inside. Lots of flavour in the coating as well.