We loved this! The only thing I'd do differently is decrease the amount of butter to 1/4 cup. Even with 25 wings, 1/2 cup was just way too much.
My husband baked the wings and then put them in the sauce. It was amazing!! He was trying to match wingstop and ended up with much better tasting wings.
This was exactly what I was looking for. A local wing place serves these, and I wanted to make some for my superbowl party but wasn't sure how much garlic to use. I followed another poster's advice and cut down the amount of butter, and I didn't measure the parmesan but am quite sure I used more than half a cup of freshly grated cheese. The flavor was spot on, these were the first items devoured, and I'll definitely be making them again!
Wonderful! I made just enough sauce to cover about 8 wing sections to try this ahead of super bowl and it's delicious. Had no onion salt so used powder and added sea salt. Didn't really measure anything, but just eyeballed to the recipe. Can't wait for Sunday to pig out on these! Thanks for sharing.
We had Little Caesar's for my little girl's birthday and I ordered the garlic Parmesan wings and loved them so much I went on a search for the sauce recipe. Well, I came across this recipe and used on salt, pepper, and oiled baked boneless skinless chicken and it tasted better than the wings! I will definitely be using this recipe again, thank you!
Very tasty sauce. I baked my wings at 375 for 10 mins, then broiled them for a few mins on each side.
My fiance made these last night, along with Cajun-style and Spicy. Of the three, these were by far my favorite. He deep fried the wings and they turned out crispy and delish. (To fry wings, heat peanut oil to 375, add drumettes first -- they take longer to cook -- then, a minute or two later, add the flats. Deep-fry until they are crisp and golden brown on all sided, about 8-12 minutes. Dry on paper towels.)
Very delicious fresh!! I made these and original hot wings and these were the hit! However, re-heated they were not so great. The butter becomes more oily and it loses a lot of the overall flavor. They aren't good for you by any means but certainly delicious. I didn't have onion salt so I used 1/2 tsp of salt and that worked just fine. I'll definitely make these again and again.
We used to order garlic parmesan wings from a popular pizza delivery franchise. But now I make them at home with this recipe and my husband and daughter love them (I am a hot wings person!) ....they are better than the ones we used to order and are cheaper since I can make them myself!
I Got RAVE Reviews from this Recipe, I made one change instead of the 1teaspoon of Garlic Power i used 2teaspoons of Minced Garlic and crushed it up with a Mortal and Pestle. Like a Previous review, these are MUCH better then the WingStop