Turkey wings are a source of protein and other nutrients, such as selenium, iron,
Turkey Wings and Rice Recipe
Turkey is a great source of protein, rich in many vitamins and minerals, and is low-fat – if you don't eat the skin," Champagne said. It's rich in B-complex vitamins niacin, B6 and B12 and the essential nutrient choline.
- Air fryer
- sauce pan
- Olive oil or any oil of your choice
- garlic powder
- ginger powder
- Chicken broth
- Turkey wings
- In a saucepan or air fryer, heat your oil
- After neatly washing your meat, season it with your garlic powder, ginger powder, paprika, salt, pepper.
- Fry it in your oil until it turns golden brown in oil
- Place in baking dish with tight fitting lid, add water or chicken broth about halfway up the wings.
- Bake at 350 deg until wings are tender.
- Remove from oven and take it out from the dish.
- Add enough water or broth to measure a little more than the amount of rice you're using.
- Add salt ,garlic powder and pepper to taste. Add wings back to same pan on top of rice, cover and cook for additional 30 minutes until rice is cooked.
- Serve it hot and enjoy.
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and calcium. A roasted turkey wing makes for a protein-packed main course. If you’re watching your intake of cholesterol, it’s best to remove the skin from the turkey wing before eating.