Wingstop Garlic Parmesan Wings | Keto Recipes

Wingstop Garlic Parmesan Wings | Keto Recipes

November 8, 2019 9 By William Morgan


hey what’s going on everybody so I’m
gonna try a little bit of an experiment
today you know one of the things that I
really really love is wingstop wings
there’s just something about the way
that they make their wings just so
crispy without any breading the flavor
really comes through
I love wingstop wings but they fry
their wings in not the best oils that’s
probably the only thing about the whole
equation that’s not quite keto friendly
that and I also not 100% sure what they
use in their seasonings so anyway I was
wondering if I could get wingstop
results at home I did a little bit of
digging online and it turns out that the
thing that Wingstop does differently is
they actually double fry their wings so
I’ve researched a couple of techniques
and I’m actually gonna try to see if I
can create something that’s like you
know anywhere near in the ballpark of
what wing stuff can do but right here in
the comfort of my own home
this is just a Himalayan sea salt some
pepper and a little bit of garlic powder
and onion powder
you know this looks like it’s probably
gonna be a two-handed job i’ll be right back
now it’s time to give my lightly dusted
chicken wings their first fry and here’s
where the secret ingredient comes in
lard so this is some lard that I picked
up at my local butcher shop it wasn’t
cheap but to be honest it was a little
bit of a bougie butcher shop it’s called
something time it’s here in Austin
they’re great they’ve got like some
really great locally sourced cuts of
meat and all sorts of cool stuff like
lard and tallow but I’m pretty sure I
could find something cheaper if I just
went down to a farmers market but anyway
so I’ve heated up the lard and here’s
what it looks like all right that’s
ready to go so the secret here is to
give them a fry for about 14 minutes
at 275 degrees and then do them a second
time at 370 degrees I have a really tiny
fryer as you can see so this is probably
gonna take a little bit of time
goodbye little wings! see you soon all
right so I finished first frying the
entire batch of wings so now it’s time
to crank up the heat a little bit and
give them a second I’m gonna fry them
for about another eight or nine minutes
all right so while I’ve got that going
I’m gonna go ahead and start working on
the sauce that I’m gonna toss the wings
in so that I can get that garlic
parmesan flavor on it all right so this
is all I’m plannin to use just a bunch
of butter and some garlic that I’ve
chopped up beforehand I’m gonna throw it
in a pot and kind of get the garlic
sweated down a little bit and then I’m
gonna melt the butter and then just kind
of toss it in a metal bowl so let’s see
how it goes
okay so I’ve pulled the first batch of
wings out of the fryer and they look
pretty good I’m not sure if you can hear
this but check out how crispy these are
moment of truth is it as good or better
than Wingstop wings sure you just have
to buy me a bunch of lard
and maybe a bigger fryer yeah can you
describe it to me? it’s soft on the inside, it’s crunchy, very very cheesy and a little bit oily, but I don’t care about
that’s quite an accent that you’ve
adopted there son I think that can be
arranged
oh my gosh it’s so crunchy it’s still
really moist inside the lard is a little
bit of a flavored oil so you can
definitely taste that kind of like bacon
a pigness coming through but what I love
about these is they don’t seem as oily
as Wingstop wings and you can really
taste the parmesan in the garlic
definitely give this a try
Luke are you ready to try my homemade
wings cuckoo quasi is that a good thing
or a bad thing