Slow Cooker Recipe for Chicken Wings

To prepare chicken wings in the slow cooker, use wings that are a little larger. Create a delicious appetizer with the help of a professional chef in this free video.

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Hi, I'm Veronica Perez from Cornucopia Foods, and I'm here to show you how to make chicken wings in the slow cooker. The ingredients that we will be using are chicken wings or drumettes, your spices, salt and pepper and a cup of water. The first thing you're going to do is season your chicken wings or drumettes with a little bit of salt and pepper. Now, I like using drumettes because they're a little bigger and you get a little bit more meat on them, and you only have to deal with one bone. Next, you're going to add your spice mix which like I said, consists of a two ounce package of pre-seasoned spices. They're already mixed up for you, so you don't have to worry about what to add and how much measurements. They're already there. Then, add your chicken to your Crock-Pot, pour in of course, any extra spices you have, add your cup of water, then place your lid on your Crock-Pot, turn your heat up to high and let them cook for about four to five hours. Okay, so my chicken wings have now been cooking for four hours in the slow cooker, let's take a look. Wow, they smell nice and spicy, just the way I like it, and they look great. With a little bit of ranch dressing on the side and some celery sticks, what a nice snack. I'm Veronica Perez for Cornucopia Foods, and that's how you cook chicken wings in a slow cooker.


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