This is a great recipe that makes the cook look like a pro !. I followed this exactly as given, but I used fresh chicken wings, and didn't clip any tips off. Nor did I separate wing sections. This is the second time I've used this recipe, and you can vary it by using different barbecue sauce types. I used a smokey one this time.
It's so good, I think it could adapt to drumsticks. Or cut-up fryers.
The secret is the broiler time. That browning makes all the difference.
They are wonderful and easy! Thanks for the great recipe!
These were easy and good. I'll be making these for the grandkids who don't like the spicy wings. Thanks Shannon. Made for Photo Tag.
Wonderful recipe, and super easy! Thanks for posting!
this is a great recipe . My family ate it up. Going to fix it again
Made these tonight for the first time. Made as directed except added 1/2 cup chicken wing sauce (I've been trying to get rid of the stuff and it's too salty on its own, but did add a nice bite to the wings). Nice and easy to make. I had everything on hand and it was quick to put together. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for sharing.
This recipe is fantastic! I served it at a party and they were gone if 15 minutes! Everyone raved about them.
I've been using a slow cooker for wings for years, but instead of broiling them prior to dumping them in, I use a fryer set @ 375 degrees to crisp the raw wings for 2-3 minutes. My family loves sweet 'n spicy BBQ wings so much I usually make 5lbs at a time. I also don't throw away the wing tips, I use them to simmer fresh chicken stock.
I Love chicken wings cooked like this and I have added alot of different flavors...knowing its just gonna be me...I spice them up real good.....Thanks for your recipe...I am gonna have to try that<br/>this week!!