Chicken wings appetizer

Chicken wings appetizer

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Ingredients for Making Chicken Wings Appetizers

  1. How many chicken wings
  2. Jam optional
  3. Spices (salt, granulated garlic, seasonings for meat) to taste
  4. Vegetable oil optional
  5. Bouillon cube 1 piece
  6. Water optional
  • Main Ingredients Chicken


Kitchen knife, plate, cutting board, teaspoon, baking sleeve, oven.


Step 1: prepare the wings.

From the wing we need only the fleshy part, separate the rest and use to prepare another dish.

Separate the meat from the bone with a knife.
Slide the skin and meat down the bone to make a pocket. Cut with a knife, if necessary.

Step 2: add jam to the wings.

Fill the resulting pocket with plum jam with a teaspoon. You can also cover the wing with jam on top, but I did not.

Step 3: roll the wings in spices.

Mix all the spices that you are going to use for cooking and dip the wings filled with jam in this mixture.

Step 4: bake chicken wings.

Fold the prepared wings into a baking sleeve. Add the broken broth cube here. Add some vegetable oil and water.
Close the sleeve and bake chicken wings when 200 degrees during 45 minutes.

Per 10-15 minutes until the end of cooking, open the sleeve with wings and continue baking so that the meat is covered with a delicious ruddy crust.
Remove cartilage from protruding joints before serving.

Step 5: Serve the chicken wings appetizer.

Chicken wings appetizer served on a plate decorated with greens and juicy vegetables. A great option for a feast. The wings disappear from the plate in an instant, because they are really very tasty. Be sure to cook more so that enough for everyone.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Instead of a sleeve for baking, you can use a baking sheet covered with foil, and also remove the foil 10-15 minutes before the end of cooking to make the wings brown.