PALEOCHEF Coconut Dusted Chicken Wings




I am excited about working with PALEOCHEF once again. Their new line of products is amazing and I will release a new series that will highlight/prove this. They’ve got Sriracha Sauce, Ketchup, Wing Sauce, Steak Sauce and Lemon Herb Tomato Sauce.

Here is the first one of me preparing Coconut Dusted Chicken Wings with Pineapple and Jicama…

Stay tuned for the rest of the videos in this series. We’ve got a burger, a Sushi roll, Grilled Salmon and much more.

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Paleo Nick

PALEOCHEF Coconut Dusted Chicken Wings

Ingredient List:

  • 8 Chicken Wings, rinsed and patted dry
  • 1 Egg, beaten until uniform
  • Kosher Salt and Pepper, to taste
  • 2 Cups Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
  • ½ Cup Coconut Flour
  • ½ Cup Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
  • 8 “Batons” of Jicama
  • 8 “Batons” of Pineapple
  • ½ Bunch Cilantro Rinsed
  • ½ Cup PALEOCHEF Wing Sauce

Preparation Instructions:

  1. Combine chicken wings and beaten egg in a small bowl.
  2. Combine coconut flour and shredded coconut in small bowl.
  3. Heat olive/coconut oil (1/2” deep) in a skillet/pan to 350°F.
  4. When oil is hot, season chicken and egg mixture with salt and pepper and then “bread” the wings in the coconut flour/flake mixture, one at a time.
  5. Place wings directly into oil, but do not overcrowd pan. The oil temperature should not drop below 325°F at any time.
  6. Cook wings on the first side for 3 minutes, and then turn over.
  7. Cook wings on the second side until they reach an internal temperature of 165° in the thickest part.
  8. Remove wings to a paper towel lined plate or baking rack.
  9. Prepare your plate with cilantro and jicama and pineapple “batons”.
  10. Toss wings and PALEOCHEF Wing Sauce in a mixing bowl and serve over the top of the cilantro/baton bed.

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Zone Breakdown:

Proteins: (7)

We have one egg which gives us one protein block. We also have 8 chicken wings. They are about 21g each, which gives us about 168g of chicken. Given that 28g equal one block that gives us 6 protein blocks adding to the total of 7 protein blocks.

Carbohydrates: (8.5)

We have jicama and pineapple giving us our carbs. One average sized jicama weights about 660g. 225g of jicama gives us one block, so one medium jicama gives us about 3 blocks. Additionally, we half a pineapple weighing around 450g. ½ a cup of pineapple equals one block, which weighs around 83g. So therefore we have about 5.5 blocks from the pineapple. We have a total of 8.5 carb blocks.

Fats: (37)

Our fats come from our oil and our coconut flour. We are using a lot of oil to cook the chicken wings in, but only about a ¼ of it will be absorbed. Therefore we will say we are going to ultimately count ½ cup of oil which will give us 36 fat blocks. Additionally we get one block from the coconut flour for a total of 37 blocks.

Balancing Act:

We have a fairly even protein to carb balance, which is exactly what we want when we are trying to balance out a meal. The fat count is a little high, but we can cut back in other meals to balance this out throughout the day.

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