Dear Dave. You most definitely can can cook chicken wings in a Crockpot.
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2 of my favorite chicken wing recipes are done in a crock pot. However, they will need to be baked in the oven for 20 minutes before going into your slow cooker. Try one of the awesome crockpot chicken wing recipes below, and I don't think you'll be dissapointed!
Awesome Slow Cooker Chicken Wings Recipe
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Jack Daniels Chicken Wings Recipe
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A crockpot or a dutch oven are both excellent ways to cook a chicken.
If you are unable to debone the chicken prior to cooking, you can pick through the meat after cooking to ensure all the bones have been removed.
Oh yeah! Spread your wings on a foil-covered baking pan and cook at 400 degrees for 10 minutes (just to brown them). Then throw 'em in the pot with your sauce. And though typically I don't recommend checking in the pot once you get it going, you want to make sure not to cook too long or all the meat will fall off the bone. Four pounds of chicken + 6 qt. slow cooker + 5 hours on low = delicious wings. Good luck!
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