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Wings to the Parmesan

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Delicious variant of traditional buffalo wings. All the flavor of Italy in this practical and addictive snack that will drive everyone crazy. You have to try them!
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18 portions
  • 1 kilo chicken wing, no tips
  • 150 grams parmesan cheese, grated
  • salt, and pepper to taste
  • 500 kilos tomtato
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • extra virgin olive oils
  • basil, fresh, finely chopped
  • Dried oregano


HEAT the oven to 375Â ° F.
REBOOD the chicken with the cheese mixture as indicated on the package; place it on a baking sheet (tray) that you have sprayed with cooking spray.
BAKE the wings for 35 to 37 min. or until they are cooked. Heat the marinara sauce in the meantime.
SERVE chicken wings with sauce.
For the marinara sauce: Wash the tomatoes and put them to poach (cook to remove the skin) in a pot with boiling water. Remove them from the water at 5 minutes or when the skin begins to peel. For Once warm remove the skin and cut them with a spoon remove the seeds.
Cut the tomatoes into medium pieces. In a deep saucepan place a little olive oil, once hot, add the unpeeled and chopped garlic.
Care at all times not to burn the garlic because they could embitter the oil. Add the pieces of tomato, chopped basil leaves and oregano to taste. Let them release their juice and season.
For the wings: Place each piece in a baking tray sprayed with cooking spray or a drizzle of olive oil. Add salt and pepper to each one. Subsequently sprinkle parmesan cheese to taste, I recommend it to be fresh cheese and not boating.
Bake the wings for 30 minutes at 180 ° C or until golden brown.
Serve in an extended dish and dip with the marinara sauce or place it on the side.


Serve with the seafood sauce separately.


Make enough sauce, freeze it and use it when you cook pasta.

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Ratings (2)
víctor Peña
26/08/2019 19:05:41
No sé porque siento que son muchos jitomates para un kilo de alitas.
Jose Ivan Jose Ivan
05/02/2015 15:03:25
500 kilos o.O buenas tardes amigos, solo quiero preguntar la cantidad de jitomates que lleva esta receta... muchas gracias...bon apetite!!!

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