Regular Wings Mmmmm
Or you can also try them with sauce!
1 lb of boneless, skinless chicken breasts (about three large breasts) Cut into chunks
1 recipe for Adriana's Basic Breading
2 eggs, beaten with 1 tbsp of water
1 1/2 tbsp of Mrs. Dash Garlic and Herb
oil for frying
1. Prepare the low carb breading and add it to a ziploc bag along with Mrs. Dash. Mix well to combine
2. Add about one inch of oil to a large pan, heat to medium high heat
3. Dip chicken pieces into egg wash, then add them to the bag with the seasoned breading. Shake well to coat. Add about 4-5 pieces of chicken to the bag at a time to ensure even coating. Repeat the process until all the chicken is coated.
4. Add the breaded pieces of chicken to pan. Cook until golden brown, then turn and cook on the other side till golden brown. It will take about 3-4 minutes per side to cook.
If you have any leftover breading take some cheese sticks, dip them into the egg wash and then shake them in the breading. Fry in the pan until golden brown on all sides. Mmmmmm melty, gooey, cheesy mozarella sticks!
These boneless wings are really good hot, room temperature, and even cold from the fridge as leftovers!
You can serve them plain as is, they have great flavor and are great for people who don't like spicy food and also for kids. (trust me they'll love these!) But if you would like them in sauce you can use your favorite hot wing sauce with no added sugar, a favorite of mine is Hooter's Hot wings sauce, very low in carbs and no added sugars. You can also use a mixture of hot sauce and butter. Or sugar free barbecue sauce or whatever way you usually like on boneless wings!
I used this hot wing sauce:
I found it at my regular grocery store for $1.99. It's very low in carbs and has no added sugars. Best of all it has great taste, its got heat but not too much, just perfect. It comes in a close second to my favorite wing sauce, Hooters.
You can serve these wings with my homemade ranch or blue cheese and celery sticks.
There is only trace carbs in this recipe as written. The only carbs you would have to look out for would be the ones of the sauce you use.
This recipe is suitable for induction.