Chicken wings are the ultimate comfort food. They’re crispy, flavorful, juicy and easy to make. Fresh from the fryer, there is nothing better. This is not up for debate. Wings come in many varieties, but a heavy favorite for most are the buffalo wings. They have just enough spice to give your tastebuds a workout. My buffalo wings are not traditional in that they’re breaded. I prefer breaded wings, so that’s why I do it. However, I know there are many traditionalists out there. That’s why I’m sharing two versions of my hot wings recipe. One that will be breaded and fried and another that is without the breading and is roasted in the oven. Why am I offering that alternative option? Well, mainly because we’re having a national shortage on flour right now and the non-breaded option doesn’t require flour. Also, it’s considerably a healthier option, since we’re roasting instead of frying. Whatever option you choose, understand you can’t go wrong. Both recipes produce flavorful and amazingly juicy buffalo wings.
You know how we all grew up with those frozen chicken nuggets we were served at school or with our Lunchables? Well, those were all fine and well when we were like eight. By the time you got to fifteen, you started to notice just how bad those nuggets were. We’re adults now. We can do much better. In comes chicken poppers. These chicken poppers are essentially adult chicken nuggets. They’re not just for adults though. Your kids will love them as well. Packed with flavor, juicy and very easy to make.