6 Reviews

A keeper deceleration from my husband. Not as crispy as I was expecting and will try them with Panko crumbs next time. Made for New Kids on the Block Tag game. :)

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Lori Mama April 17, 2012

WOW. very crispy and tender... We really enjoyed these tonight at poker night!!!!Great recipe...

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nochlo February 09, 2014

Hubby and I had different opinions about the wings...I just loved them...they were crispy on the outside and tender on the inside...plus they were easy to prepare and tasty to boot...I did half grated and half shredded Parmesan cheese...talk about easy...anyway...I asked hubby why four stars...he said...I hate chicken...well...I heard...he loved them...any guy who hates chicken and rates a chicken dish 4 stars...he's a keeper...oops...I mean the recipe is a keeper...off it goes into my best of 2013 cookbook...:)

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teresas January 22, 2013

We liked the seasoning on this dish. I left out the salt and used Italian seasoning. I also didn't have luck with it getting crispy and I used a rack for the chicken. It was still good though! Made for Zaar 1-2-3 Hits Tag Game 2012.

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nemokitty November 30, 2012

Devilishly good wings! We loved the mustard and cayenne pepper (was no too spice for Mr. don't make it too hot). Other then only making one third of the recipe no change was made. We enjoyed these wings as is but do have to agree with an earlier reviewer in that panko crumbs would give a nicer crunch. We are sure to be enjoying these wings again. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl April 29, 2012

These were so good, the only change I made was to use a sharp cheddar instead of parmesan cheese as I am the only one in the family that likes parmesan but there was just the right hint of spice from the cayenne along with the mustard. I baked just under a kilo of wings (about 2lb) but used up all the mix for 3lb The only suggestion I would give is let your wings get to room temperature before puting in the butter and mustard mix as when the chilled wings hit the melted butter it ceases it up and does not spread as well over the wings. Thank you Deantini for a great chicken recipe, made for Everyday A Holiday.

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I'mPat April 26, 2012
Crunchy Devilish Wings (Baked)