Yummy, yummy! Loved the easy recipe, as I am posting this just after the Christmas 2011 weekend, and after two fancy dinners -- I as the cook have had enough of slaving!! Made just as suggested, although I used fewer wings as we are only 2 now the guests have left. Great taste, and the wings were tender and delicious. I would add this caveat: DO NOT add salt. The Caesar salad dressing plus the cheese adds enough salt. (Oh well, according to taste!)Thank you, Minxcat1!
These went down really well. I cooked them for about 15 mins just in the dressing and pepper, then poured the excess juices into a bowl. I then topped with some parmesan. After about 30mins cooking, I basted with the juices from the bowl then grated a good helping of parmesan to the top. Lovely and crispy. Will make again!
These were good, I used Renee's light dressing and a touch of Parm....tasty!
Hubby hated this, he loves spicey stuff! I should have known! I liked this! Will make it again!!!! Hubby can eat something else! Thank u!
I thought these were ok, but nothing spectacular. I used 1/2 plain and 1/2 light. It was definately different from your normal chicken wings though! And the dressing did make them very tender.
I am not sure if it was the recipe or the ingredients I used in this, but overall I ended up throwing out all the leftovers. The wings smelled fantastic when they were baking, but were very bland when we tasted them. I used a light caeser dressing, so maybe that is the difference? I am not sure, but probably not one we would try again, thanks anyway!
We had "wing night" for dinner and this recipe is one that I made and it was a huge hit! The wings are tender and delicious with great flavor. I made as posted and I think it would also taste great with boneless breasts and/or chicken nuggets. Thanks for posting this keeper recipe!
I always enjoy recipes that are quick easy and then taste so good. The bottle of dressing I used was 250ml and that was enough for my packet of 20 chicken nibbles. Thanks for sharing.
Everyone liked this! My picky 3 yr old wolf down two with out complaint! I will definetly be making this again! Thanks so much for the recipe!