Connect

Minimize Sally Wenzel’s Air Fryer Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings

Prep Time: 5 min.

Cook Time: 25 min.

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 Tbs Cornstarch
  • 4 Tbs Parmesan, grated
  • 1 Tbs garlic powder
  • Salt & pepper, to taste
  • 1 ½ lbs chicken wings
  • Nonstick cooking spray

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Select Preheat the air fryer, adjust to 380*F and press Start/Pause.
  2. Combine the cornstarch, Parmesan, garlic powder, salt and pepper in a bowl.
  3. Toss the chicken wings into the seasoning and dredge until the wings are well coated.
  4. Spray the air fryer baskets with cooking spray and add the wings, spraying the top of the chicken wings as well.
  5. Select Chicken and press Start/Pause. Make sure to shake the baskets halfway through cooking.
  6. Spring with the leftover Parmesan mix and serve.

Maximize Jong Jeong's Soft Steamed Egg

Maximize Jessie Burke's White* Chicken Chili

Prepare. Connect. Discover - eNewsletter for incoming Pitt Public Health students

View recent issues of this e-newsletter to stay up on the latest news and activities for incoming students:

Meet a master's student

image

Sundermann and Harrison describe genomic surveillance and ending the COVID-19 pandemic 

Sundermann and Harrison describe genomic surveillance and ending the COVID-19 pandemic

THE CONVERSATION - Knowing the genome sequence helps researchers understand how the virus is mutating into variants and how it's traveling from person to person. Alexander Sundermann (IDM '14, EPI '22), EPI and IDM's Lee Harrison, and Pitt Medicine's Vaughn Cooper explain genomic surveillance - wha... (04/12/2021)
image

Balascio among 25 Under 25: Women of Color to Watch  

Balascio among 25 Under 25: Women of Color to Watch

MS. MAGAZINE - Phoebe Balascio (EPI '21) is a transracial, transnational, Chinese American adoptee, passionate about racial justice, immigrant justice, disability justice, and the adoption industrial complex. Her current research at Pitt Public Health focuses on gender-based violence.  (04/03/2021)
image

What is it like to study public health genetics? Pitt Public Health students present during Public Health Genetics Week 2021 

What is it like to study public health genetics? Pitt Public Health students present during Public Health Genetics Week 2021

As part of National Public Health Genetics Week HUGEN's Andrea Durst moderated a panel of four Pitt Public Health students offering their perspectives on what interested them in getting into public health and why they chose to focus on public health genetics. "Public health genetics has the potenti... (05/27/2021)
View more student profiles & news