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Old 06-02-2015, 12:17 PM   #31
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I am with you on that. I will often buy a very large bag of them, cut off the tips, give them a good washing and throw them in the oven on a cookie sheet to bake. Then get comfy sitting and watching the TV and munching away on the chicken wings. No seasonings. Just plain. Grant you, there is not much meat, but what there is, is always very moist and juicy. By the time I get down to the last one, I am full.
I hope you save those tips for stock! Good flavor and high in gelatin content.
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I often leave the tips on. They're nice and crunchy, very tasty.
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Old 06-02-2015, 02:48 PM   #33
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I hope you save those tips for stock! Good flavor and high in gelatin content.
Of course I do. In fact at the end of the month just before my big monthly shopping, I have more stock pieces in the freezer than food to cook and eat.
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