These Chipotle BBQ Dry Wings taste just like Buffalo Wild Wings Chipotle Barbeque Wings, except with fewer carbs, and all-natural ingredients. This recipe is fried in super-healthy coconut oil, and you’ll know every ingredient that’s in it. There will be no mystery as to what exactly you are eating. These DIY Low-Carb Chipotle BBQ Wings taste just as delicious as Buffalo Wild
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Our American Tradition
My family has a super-American tradition. Every time a new Marvel movie comes out, we go out to eat at Buffalo Wild Wings and, then, go to the movie theater next door to watch Iron Man and his friends save the world.
We gorge ourselves on hot wings and mini corndogs and have an All- American good time.
Even after I started Keto, we kept this tradition, because many of the traditional wings were already low-carb.
I Tend to Ruin Restaurants
However, when we went a few weeks ago (to see Captain Marvel), I plugged my meal into my carb tracking app, and the wings were ALL I was allowed to eat that day.
The single meal was nearly 1600 calories!
I had already planned to go over for the “special occasion,” so the calories didn’t bother me. It did start needling me, and it piqued my curiosity.
I kept thinking, “I wonder what oil they fry in? What spices do they use for this sauce? I ‘ll bet I can make this with
Then, it was to choose the oils and lower the calories. It took several times to get it just right!
This has since become one of my husband’s favorites.
Follow this process, and you can have your own super-healthy keto wings that taste just like they came from a restaurant.
Ingredients for Chipotle BBQ Wings:
4 lbs Wing Sections
1/3 Cup Coconut Oil
3 tablespoons Chipotle BBQ Dry Rub:
Find the recipe for my awesome dry rub by clicking the link:
- Garlic powder
- Onion Powder
- Smoked Paprika
- Chipotle Pepper
Step One: Make Dry Rub
The first step is to mix the dry rub ingredients together. Use the recipe for the dry rub here.
Step Two: Prepare Chicken Wings
After defrosting your chicken wings, you will need to rinse them and clean them. This is a very important step and a bonus to making your wings at home.
You know exactly what shape they were in when you fried them.
After you clean them, add a little bit of salt to them.
Step Three: Fry the Wings
Heat the 1/3 cup of coconut oil in a deep frying pan over medium heat.
If you’re not used to cooking with coconut oil, it is important that you don’t heat the coconut oil on high heat, because it burns much more easily than vegetable oil.
Once the oil is hot, add the wings. Be careful not to fill the pan so full you can’t flip the wings.
I cook the wings for twenty minutes total, flipping them every five minutes.
The wings will be golden brown when cooked to perfection.
You can easily tell when the chicken is
Step 4: Dust with Chipotle BBQ Dry Rub
Do not be stingy with the dry rub at this point. Make sure you get all sides of the wings generously.
Step 5: Serve Chipotle BBQ Wings
These wings are delicious served with natural bleu cheese or ranch dressing.
I also like to add carrots and celery sticks, just like you’d get at Buffalo Wild Wings.
- 4 pounds of chicken wings sections
- 1/3 cup refined coconut oil
- 2 tablespoons Chipotle BBQ Dry Rub
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Wash and salt wings.
- Heat oil in large deep pan.
- Fry wings on medium low heat about 10 minutes on each side.
- As soon as you remove wings from frying pan, dust them lightly with the chipotle bbq dry rub.
Nutrition InformationYield 8 Serving Size 6 wings
Amount Per Serving Calories 663Total Fat 47gSaturated Fat 19gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 26gCholesterol 321mgSodium 513mgCarbohydrates 1gFiber 0gSugar 1gProtein 54g
*Nutrition facts vary be sure to calculate your own macros.
I hope you love these wings as much as we do! They pair well with sweet potato fries or these awesome zucchini chips as a low carb alternative.
I suppose the million-dollar question is are we going back to Buffalo Wild Wings? Now that I can make a much healthier (but just as good) version of my favorite dish, will I go back to that restaurant?