How to Broil Turkey Wings

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Broiling turkey wings is something that you can do by first making sure that you're keeping the skin on them. Broil turkey wings with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Jared Abbott, but you can call me chef J. Here's how to broil turkey wings. They're nice little tasters and slightly different then your typical chicken wing. So I got two big turkey wings here. You can see these things are huge. They're way bigger then your average chicken wing. This is going to be a little bit different of a process. And I want to keep the skin on for these guys. And we're going to put some barbecue sauce and throw them in the oven. I got my turkey wings I'm going to put them into this oven-safe dish. So my favorite barbecue sauce is kind of spicy. Probably about a half to three quarters cup. As much as you like. Also for a little bit extra heat some of this dried chili flake. And I'm kinda just get this sauce around. Get it around all parts of the wing. And then I'm going to cover it up and put it in the oven. Alright so we'll be broiling these turkey wings but because they're kind of thick and meaty I want to throw them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes first to make sure they are cooked all the way through. Then I'll pop the aluminum foil off and throw them under the broiler. So I'm going to put this on the top rack. Now we are just baking to start but once they are ready to broil they'll be up there ready to go. I'm just going to take the aluminum foil off. So I'm going to check on my turkey wings, they've been in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Kind of pull the top off here and look. Now they look pretty cooked through. You can see that they've gotten white now, there's no more pink all around. So I'm just going to keep them in the oven. Now I'm going to change this over to a broiler at 525 degrees for about maybe five minutes on each side. Alright so I've got my wings in here. They've been under the broiler for about five, six minutes. They are getting nice and crispy like that. Just like I like to see. I want to flip them over. These things are big puppies. So they get crispy on both sides. Another few minutes underneath the broiler. Don't want them to burn too much but nice and crispy is always good. So lets check the other side of the wings. Oh yeah nice and crispy. You got that golden brown, crispy texture to it. These things are ready to eat. Alright so I finished my wings with a little bit of that extra barbecue sauce on the side. If you prefer your wings a little bit saucier throw them in a bowl, sauce in and just toss them together.


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