Who doesn’t like delectable chicken wings? But it’s nearly impossible to get those perfectly cooked and yummy wings without turning and in turn burning them or ending up consuming tons of oil, fats and grease. Not any more if you get yourself Perfect Wing, the wing rack that is a hands free way to throw the mess and hassle of cooking chicken wings right out of your kitchen window. Now you can make chicken wings for your entire family fast and easy with Perfect Wing.
How does Perfect Wing Work
All you need to do is place the chicken wings into the slots of the rack, toss it in the oven and you will get as many as 12 buffalo wings in a fraction of the time you use cooking on a traditional cooking pan. Not just chicken wings, Perfect Wing will let you bake chicken legs, delicious barbeque drums or tasty Teriyaki flats just as easily and healthily within no time. You can then dip the preparation in creamy dressings or even honey garlic wings and savor the taste.
Regular fry pans make the chicken wings remain in the fats for a long time but Perfect Wing elevates them so that the heat in the oven is circulated evenly so that you get crispy and tender wings sans the excessive fats. You can also use Perfect Wing for a grill job or use it for a bread, bake and toss dish. There is no way your kids won’t like its yummy taste and you do not have to worry about the unhealthy fats. That’s not all; you can also add garnish like onion, garlic and peppers to the additional drip pan of Perfect Wing so that your food with get some extra flavor.
The seasoning and saucing of your chicken will be absolutely even. Your Cajun drums and sweet and sour wings will never have tasted as yummy and crispy before as with Perfect Wing. The rack is just as hassle free to clean. Just toss it in the dishwasher to clean it. Perfect Wing is also foldable so that you save storage space.
- 2 Perfect Wing racks
- 2 Perfect Wing recipe guides
- Basting Brush Cap
All This for $ 10.00 + $ 15.90 P&H Official website buyperfectwing.com
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