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Diet-friendly versions of game-day food may sound unappetizing. But with a little technique and insights from some of our favorite culinary experts, you can make fan-favorite dishes healthier without losing out on taste.
In this piece, we’ll tackle baked Buffalo wings.
Already naturally high in protein, they’ve got that going for them, and most and dips aren’t total diet-busters, but things begin to unravel when we bread and deep-fry the suckers, so baking wings is a natural remedy.
An is also a great option, but most models aren’t big enough to make enough wings for a crowd — unless you want to cook several batches. Unlike deep frying, baking requires more strategy and attention to detail to achieve those moist-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside pink buffalo mushroom spores – pink buffalo strain wings we all covet. How long do you bake wings? What if they’re frozen?
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