When you blog for fun and your child has been around it since she can remember. It isn’t a surprise that she jumps on the opportunity to do a video for a class assignment.
In this Grade 2 assignment the kids are asked to write down a recipe of their favorite meal. While I heard some pick something simple like a sandwich, my child decides to do a meal that has a few more steps involved and details required. The teacher gave the option to include photos or a video if a child would like to do one.
Naturally Nikki wants to include a video of making her favorite, Shake ‘n Bake Chicken Wings. Nikki worked hard on the assignment to make sure nothing was forgotten and of course I helped with the filming and the oven portion of the cooking.
We are delighted to share her work and video with our readers as we are incredibly proud of her perfect score! Here is Nikki’s first blog recipe post!
Nikki’s Shake ‘n Bake Chicken Wings
Let us “shake” up family dinner!
My favourite food is easy and fun to make. It is also very delicious for all to eat. Introducing Shake ‘n Bake Chicken Wings.
- Baking Sheet
- Chicken Wings
- Shake ‘n Bake
- Olive Oil Spray
- Oven Mitt
- First, defrost chicken wings the night before. Once they are defrosted, wash each one. Place them in a bowl once cleaned.
- Then, take a baking sheet and spray olive oil on it. Place it aside.
- Next, take the Shake ‘n Bake box and open it. Take out a plastic bag and package from inside. Place the Shake ‘n Bake inside the plastic bag.
- Then, take two chicken wings at a time and put it in the plastic bag and shake. Repeat this step until all wings are covered.
- Next, preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Once the oven beeps, place the baking sheet in the oven.
- Then, let it bake for 20 minutes on one side and then flip them with tongs to the other side for another 20 minutes. We usually add another 10 minutes afterwards.
- Finally, take the baking sheet out of the oven using oven mitts. Let the wings cool down and then serve.
These 7 easy steps will get you eating yummy chicken wings in no time. I like eating it with fries, mash potatoes or even some rice.
-Nikki, Age 7