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11-18-2019 06:57 PM
Eating TG with friends at restaurant but one upset about not getting enough or any turkey wings. I can no longer cook for this group of 15. I normally order two of the whole roasted turkey from Honey Bake Ham. DH wants me to cook the wings. Never cooked wings separate. Purchased a pack of 4 pounds today thinking it would be at least 6 wings- ok - I am clueless. Decided to clean the wings before putting them in the freezer. Open package and it had the 2 largest turkey wings that I have ever seen!!! Yes, I can google this but so confused. Best way to roast the turkey wings? Your help appreciated. Southern Bee
11-18-2019 07:52 PM - edited 11-18-2019 07:55 PM
After you thraw yours , foldback ( just like they serve in the restaurant ) so they get a little crispy . Wings are pretty fatty . Rub lemon on them & Salt/ pepper well and place on a cooking rack inside a deep baking pan . The best is to use a cookie rack that is oven safe & spray rack with non stick spray then put wings ontop of the rack .
Cook wings at 350 degrees till they are crispy and the fat does not look raw , abt 45 mins .
11-18-2019 09:11 PM
@ThinkingCamille : Thank you for taking the time to post. I like the idea of using rack with cookie sheet. I wasn't sure how long to cook but wanted them cooked well but not dried out. Really appreciate your help. Southern Bee
11-19-2019 04:02 PM
I suggest using a combination of a least six of the following seasonings:
I use all of these seasonings with black pepper, garlic, and parsley in the greatest abundance. I've also enjoyed working with fresh seasonings and suggest you add some fresh chopped raw onion and fresh minced raw garlic cloves three quarters of the way through the cooking process. You will yield even better results.
Additionally, when all is complete, the fully cooked turkey wings will taste great with a topping such as a gravy or pesto—yes, pesto. I typically prepare turkey gravy only around Thanksgiving Day or New Year's Day, and I do so using the turkey giblets from a whole raw turkey that I am preparing.
11-19-2019 07:23 PM
@butterfly123 : Thank you for taking the time to help and post this recipe. Maybe this is something that I can do. I have a slow cooker but not many good results using it to cook. I use the slow cooker to keep my hamburger dip warm and to keep my collards warm for Thanksgiving. I love the idea to use the slow cooker for the wings while preparing other foods. Southern Bee
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