Honey Lime Garlic Wings (AIP/Paleo) are a great option for people who don’t like spice, or are sensitive to nightshades. Sticky and delicious!
I have three words for you: sticky, crispy and delicious! These wings are a fun option for those of us sensitive to nightshades. They pair well with cauliflower rice (like my Coconut Cauli Rice Pilaf), or white rice, if successfully reintroduced. Then maybe add some broccoli or bok choy on the side. Dinner!
Of course, you could also use them as an appetizer, too! Note that this recipe makes roughly 10 pieces, so if you are cooking for more than 2 people, consider doubling the recipe.
This method of cooking the wings is the best I’ve found. Since I’m not a fan of chicken skin, I really don’t like a rubbery, or soggy wing. For me, the skin needs to be crisp, and smothered in sauce. (Oh, how I miss spicy wing sauce!)
Basically, you toss the wings in oil and salt, then bake them for a good long time at high temperature. Once they are done, toss them in sauce, and serve ’em up!
..and a tip!
Also, make sure that your wings are done before you serve them. Pierce them with a fork or knife. If the juices run clear, you are good to go!
As always, I wish you great love and deep healing.
P.S. Have you ordered your copy of The Autoimmune Protocol Baking Book by yours truly? Baking need not be impossible on the AIP. Let me help you! Reserve your copy today! 😀
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