Video:Quick Tips: How to Tell if Crockpot Chicken Wings Are Donewith Stephanie Gallagher
Discover how to tell when Crockpot chicken wings are cooked through with these simple tips.See Transcript
Transcript:Quick Tips: How to Tell if Crockpot Chicken Wings Are Done
Hi, I'm Stephanie Gallagher for About.com, and today, I'll show you how to tell when Crockpot chicken wings are done.
Tips for Telling if Crockpot Chicken Wings Are Done
Because Crockpot chicken wings are more likely to be saucy than crispy, you can't use some of the typical clues you might normally use to tell if they're done, such as cutting into them to see if the juices run clear.
Other Important Tips for Telling if Crockpot Chicken Wings Are Done
Generally speaking, if the wings have been cooking in the Crockpot for over 3 hours, and the meat just falls off the bone when you pierce the wings with a fork, they're done.But a more accurate way is to simply take the temperature. Place an instant thermometer in the thickest part of the wing meat away from the bone. When it reads 165 degrees, the wings are done.
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