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23Jan
2012

Baked & Broiled Hot Wings

baked and broiled hot wings with celery

I’m sure all those football crazed muscle-head men who obsess about the Super Bowl are totally into vegetarianism and hippie centric natural health.  That’s why they all flock to archerfriendly.

Because this obviously isn’t the case, I thought I’d share my chicken hot wing recipe just for them.  And for you and everyone else who watches the Super Bowl.  And for those who just asked Mr. Google when the Super Bowl is because they had no idea (I’m a football dud).

Most hot wings contain the three archerfriendly evils:  gluten, soy, and dairy.  My wings use coconut oil in place of the traditionally used butter and coconut aminos in place of soy sauce.  I’m allergic to soy, but if I wasn’t, I would totally use Bragg’s Liquid Aminos in my recipe.  It tastes better than the coconut aminos (also tastes better than regular soy sauce), but I don’t really have a choice in the matter (take the hint if you aren’t allergic to soy).  I wasn’t always allergic to all things soy, in case you were wondering exactly how I know this information.

Sometimes I hesitate in saying “this recipe is free of ___, ___, and ___”, because it’s a taste bud turn off.  Food allergies scare me off too.  I want to eat normal!  Well, even if you’re not allergic to gluten, dairy, and soy, you should rotate your diet and try these wings.  Making archerfriendly recipes is a great way to add variety and hypoallergenic foods to switch up your diet.  You get into trouble when you eat the same foods every day.  Sugar is another archerfriendly villain and most of my recipes are extremely low in it.

These wings will score big for any normal eater with their touchdown flavors of salty, sweet, and spicy brewed in that nose burning vinegar fumigation we all love.

What are your archerfriendly Super Bowl snacks?

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