Happy Monday ya’ll! I’m sorry I am lacking in the recipe category right now – I have been trying out new ones and not having very good luck. But I promise to keep the recipes fresh and tasty! I have some exciting news:
If you are in the Bismarck area – I hope you’ll join us at the Women’s Business Summit in Bismarck, ND. To learn more or register visit trainingnd.com.
Another cool thing going on this weekend, the Bismarck Marathon, where I’ll be managing one of the water stations. I am really looking forward to observing these athletes in their last 2 miles of 26.2. We’re the last water station on the route. I am managing the water stations as part of the Fit Club that I go to on Sunday evenings at the Capitol. Anyone else attend Fit Club?
It’s that time of year again. When Garrett disappears to the basement for most of Sunday and I’m upstairs – doing god knows what with my day. On this particular day Garrett wanted to make a healthy boneless BBQ wing lunch so he ran to the grocery story and I went for a run – 4.2 miles to be exact.
When I got home the wings were on the stove – still warm. He had tossed a few in two different BBQ sauces and left the others sauced for me. Oh yah!
Garrett’s Baked Boneless Wings
- 4 chicken breast
- Egg whites
- 1/4 c. flour
- cooking spray
- BBQ sauce of your choice
Cut the chicken breasts up in to bite size pieces. Put the flour in a gallon size bag and toss chicken bites in bag until they are covered in flour. One at a time, dip the chicken breast in the egg wash and roll in the panko. Continue one at a time until they are all covered.
Garrett baked his in the NuWave for 10 minutes on one side and another 4 minutes on the other. In the oven, I’d do 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes – turning once.
After they were toasty brown he tossed them in BBQ sauce – delicious! He wasn’t very happy with my photography in the photo. He said I needed to “stage” my food better – and add celery. Oh boys!!!
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