A Better Buffalo Chicken "Wing"

I chastise when I hear a medical weight-loss procedure talk about eating Buffalo Wings - without offending Buffalo - but the normal percentage of traditional Buffalo Wings is up to 68% fat. No one is in better shape if he absorbs 68% fat, whatever it is. Despite the fat, the winged sauce has a high sugar content. While the usual fat and sugar wings are a formula to alleviate the fiasco and increase weight!
For people who can not get rid of buffalo chicken wings after a weight loss medical intervention, here is an option that stands out from the high-fat variety. This improved formula for wings builds protein and lowers fat below 30% per serving. Try it the next time you want to fly!
Wild beef chicken with hot blue cheese dip:
Non-stick cooking shower
Boneless chicken breast and skinless (4 ounces)
¼ cup sauce for wings (ideally low in fat and low in sugar, like Wing-it)
1 cup of blue cheddar, dissolved
1 cup of fat-free yoghurt
1/2 cup dry white wine (white wine vinegar could be replaced)
¼ cup skimmed milk 1%
1 oz. (8 oz.) Square Fat Free Cream Cheddar, diced
Preheat the grill to 400 degrees.
Place each half of the chicken breast between 2 leaves of saran. With a meat mall book up to ½ inch thick. Stain on a hot plate covered with non-stick splashes and brush sparingly. Heat for 5 minutes. Get out of the fire, turn around and bake sparingly. Return to the stove and heat for another five minutes. Turn off the fire, turn it over and brush it sparingly. Heat for 5 minutes and grilled. Make sure the chicken is completely cooked (no pink).
Let the chicken cool. At the cooling point, cut into 1 "x 1" pieces. Point on the board.
While the chicken is cooking, heat the sauces in a medium saucepan and heat at medium to high heat. Serve the sauce in a hot scouring bowl or in a fondue bowl. Do you have toothpicks or sticks that are useful for dipping the "wings" in hot blue cheddar sauce.
Nutrition facts per chicken ounce and ¼ cup cheddar blue cheese: 282 calories, 10 grams of fat (27%), 28 grams of protein and 34 grams of starch.
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