Lemon pepper fried turkey wings are undeniably a taste bud pleaser. There is so much crunchy deliciousness within every bite of these turkey wings. When it comes to them, there's no denying the delicious combination of zesty citrus and savory spices. We took these turkey wings to the next level when we fried them and coated them in lemon pepper seasoning, which complements the bold flavors of lemon and pepper.
Making these mouthwatering turkey wings with a crispy, crunchy coating is pretty simple and straight to the point. Blink and you might miss these bold flavors of lemon pepper.
In a medium-high pot of boiling water, place the turkey wings. Next, add vinegar and salt. Let the turkey wings boil for about 15 minutes. Once done remove and place in a bowl.
If you can, stick a fork in the turkey wings. You are ready to begin frying.
Pour the mixed seasoning over your turkey wings and rub in thoroughly
In a large ziplock bag, add your flour along with seasonings and shake well.
Preheat the oil to about 350 Fahrenheit(use a fry thermometer). Gently and carefully submerge the turkey wings into the oil.2 Cups Vegetable Oil
Once the skin becomes golden brown or reaches, an internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.
Lastly, Preheat your oven to 350 and bake for 10 minutes and enjoy
Extra Lemon Pepper- If you love that lemon pepper taste. Add a tad bit more lemon pepper to give your turkey wings an even more zesty taste.
Hot Honey Sauce-Want something a little more spicy, just drizzle some honey hot sauce over the top
Dipping Sauce- Try dipping these lemon pepper turkey wings in blue cheese dressing or ranch.
Turkey wings are the wings of the turkey bird. They are considered to be white meat. Turkey wings can be found all year round in a supermarket, unlike the entire turkey that’s only available on the holidays.
Turkey wings aren’t that hard to find. You can go to your local meat market and find a decent amount of turkey wings in a pack for around $8, depending on where you live. Here in South Carolina, where I am from, turkey wings are easy to find.
Turkey wings come in many shapes and sizes. I think the best size turkey wings to get are medium-sized turkey wings. I have found that the larger turkey wings are a lot tougher and slightly more difficult to handle.
You can bake turkey wings, and you can also cook turkey wings in a crockpot. I have also found that baking turkey wings cause the turkey wings to fall off the bone, not to mention how tasty they are if you pour barbecue sauce over the turkey wings—Yummy in my tummy.
Can you reheat fried turkey wings after you cook them?
Yes, you can warm the fried turkey wings in the Microwave oven but not too long. I would say for about a minute or less. Warming the turkey wings up too much will cause the meat to become very tough. Also, you can wrap the turkey wings in aluminum foil and place them in the oven at 375 Fahrenheit for about 30-35 minutes.
Yes, I make sure to clean my turkey wings thoroughly. Then brine them so the wings become juicy and finger-licking good. The steps for how to brine the wings are below.
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Well, that's it for now, folks.
Last Updated on May 9, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: September 11, 2020
September 11, 2020