How Many Chicken Wings Are in a Pound?

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The average weight for one chicken wing is 29 grams, which is only 0.063 pounds. This means one pound of chicken wings contains about will 16 wings.
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As an appetizer, side or "co-entree" figure 1/4 lb per person. As a main course/entree with other sides, figure 1/2 lb per person. If it's the only thing you will serve
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It depends entirely on the size of the wings. Usually anywhere from 6 to a
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On average, 5 to 6 pieces of chicken wings weigh up to a pound.
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The number of chicken wings in a pound is dependent on the size of the wings. With smaller wings, you can get nearly 24 in one pound, and larger wings may only have 12 in one pound. If the wings are connected to the neck still, there will be less in one pounds. Wings produce dark meat and are often served with a spicy sauce as a restaurant appetizer. Wings are also one of the cheapest parts of the chicken to buy separately.
The amount of wings in a pound would depend on the size of the wings. There are about 15 small wings in a pound, about 11 medium sized wings in a pound and only about 9 large wings in a pound.
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