20 chicken wings
3 large eggs, beaten
3 tablespoons cold water
1 cup all purpose flour
1 teaspoon Vegeta (vegetable seasoning)
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 teaspoons garlic powder
salt to taste
1½ cups vegetable oil (for frying)
Serve with cheese dressing or cheese
sauce and cooked asparagus or
any other cooked vegetables.
- Separate chicken wings into
- Beat eggs with 3 tablespoons of
cold water, add pinch of salt.
- Use 2 medium size plastic bags.
In one bag put 1/2 cup flour, in second
bag put remainded 1/2 cup flour, than add salt, pepper, vegeta, and
- Coat chicken wing sections with
flour than beaten eggs and shake in
flour to which salt, pepper, and garlic powder have been added.
- Shake off excess powder and
deep fry wings (a half dozen at a time)
for 8-10 minutes or until golden brow.
- Remove, drain on paper towels,
and set aside.
|Did You Know?
and oxygen combined form water.
About three-fifths of the human body is composed of water.
Carbon is a solid: diamonds are nearly pure carbon; mineral graphite of
pencils, anthracite coal and coke (carbon fuel produced by distillation
of coal) are impure forms of carbon.
combined with other elements in the body makes about one-fifth of the
whole body weight.
Carbon with oxygen will burn. In this way the carbon
taken into the body as food, when combined with the oxygen of the
inhaled air, yields heat to keep the body warm, and force—muscular
strength—for work. The carbonic acid (or carbon dioxide) is given out
through the lungs and skin.
Carbon is the most important fuel element.