Organic chicken wings, great with a juicy marinade
How chicken is prepared and/or ingredients added alters the nutrition facts. For example, deep frying chicken and/or consuming the skin increases the amount of fat significantly. Breading chicken or coating it in flour adds carbohydrates.
Chicken is a type of poultry that is high in protein and, when eaten without the skin, quite lean. Skinless white meat chicken breast is the lowest in fat and calories.
Perfect for ... Yummy lunch or dinner.
Good for bone health, immune system, blood cells and best source of B6. Chicken wings contain; Sodium (mg) 60, Potassium (mg) 320, Calcium (mg) 6, Magnesium (mg) 24, Phosphorus (mg) 180, Iron (mg) 1, Zinc (mg) 1, Chloride (mg) 75, Selenium (µg) 12, Iodine (µg) 8, Retinol (µg) 17, Retinol Equivalent (µg) 17, Vitamin D (µg) 1, Niacin (mg) 8, Tryptophan/60 (mg) 4, Folate (µg) 11, Pantothenate (mg) 1, Biotin (µg) 2