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After removing the bones from my wings I realized that without bones there was an empty space inside that would be perfect for stuffing so I started experimenting. I tried various things but my favorite was cheese. I had a block of pepper jack cheese, so I cut some long skinny pieces and slid them into the wing, then I tossed them in a lightly greased skillet and heated them through, flipping them several times.
They were delicious ! Heating them in a skillet made them crispy, which I love and the cheese was all melty inside. YUM! You could also heat them in the microwave, or the oven. In a few of the wings I put a thin slice of onion along with the cheese, which I really loved. I also tried slipping a green pepper spear in with the cheese and it was good as well. I guess that you could put just about anything you like in a chicken wing.
One idea I had, but I did not try yet was stuffing the chicken wing with the cheese of your choice and then wrapping the chicken wing in bacon, and baking in in the over till the bacon is done. I have a feeling that would be a wonderful combination! I will let you know how it turns out, but how could anything with chicken, cheese and bacon not be good?
If you make this before I do. please leave a comment!
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I saw a video on You Tube about how to debone chicken wings after they were cooked. I was surprised at how easy looked, so I decided to try it. I cooked up some wings and the technique really worked! It was simple and straight forward. The video I saw was entitled how to eat a chicken wing, but it is actually how to debone it before eating, for easier dipping. Check it out below:
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