|Turkey Wings with Coconut Mango Basmati Rice and Peas. Delicious!!|
My sweetie took turkey wings out of the freezer the other day with good intentions, but was too tired to follow through when dinner time rolled around. No worries because my mind went into overdrive cooking up the meal of my dreams.
- Frying pan
- Baking pan
- Aluminum Foil
You don't have to cut it, but it does make them easier to handle. My hubby enjoys eating the tips of wings (both chicken and turkey). You can also put them aside and use as a flavoring for a soup or broth.
|Wings with tip still attached.|
Take out a few seasonings and flour. I used garlic, black pepper, and a no-salt organic seasoning from Costco which includes a variety of herbs and spices. I try not to use salt, especially when I am going to use other items that already contain salt. Season and flour both sides of the meat.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
1 can of coconut MILK--not Cream of Coconut, which is a sweet mixture for drinks.
The measurement of liquid to rice is 2 to 1. I added chicken stock to the coconut milk to bring the liquid up to 3 cups stirring it to blend well. Season the rice with items of your choice. I used my staple organic no-salt seasoning (Trader Joe's also has this. I believe it's called 21 seasonings), and Cayenne (some like it hot!).
- Bring liquid to a boil
- Add all other ingredients
- Stir and return to a boil
- Cover and cook on low fire stirring often to prevent burning