This is my second time making this. The first time, I think my 3lbs of wings were too much for the flour called for and they were good, but not as I expected. Well, this time, I added an additional 1/3 cup of flour with onion powder, garlic powder and lawry's seasoning salt and they turned out perfect! I also omitted the butter and just sprayed my pan with cooking spray. I then sprayed the wings with cooking spray once i placed them onto the pan and it worked perfect! I can't wait until my dh tries them. i am sure he will enjoy them! Thanks for this recipe!
I was a little disappointed with this recipe. It didn't have as much flavor I was thought it would have. I followed all of her directions (except for the butter). Maybe the butter is what helps kick up the flavor...
I followed this recipe exactly as it was written, and my wings turned out perfect! They were very crispy on the outside and thoroughly cooked all the way through on the inside to the point where the bones separated very easily at the joints. This may sound gross, but I like the bone ends to be crunchy so that I can crunch on them, and they were. lol Also, as soon as I took the wings out of the oven, I tossed them in a large mixing bowl in some sweet & spicy Thai sauce to give them a nice coat and some added heat, but even without the sauce, they were still great naked too. I prefer baking over frying whenever possible, so this recipe was a really nice find, thanks!
I made these last night as it's now too dark to grill. I made one change and used my olive oil spritzer instead of the butter. These were crispy and tasty! We didn't even need sauce. We cooked them about 50 minutes total and I added a bit more cayenne. This was easy and delicious. It's now one of the "keepers" for our dinner rotation.
This recipe is amazing. After I flipped at the 30 minute mark, I cooked on the other side for 20 minutes. So crispy and tender!! My husband said he was eating the slowly so they would last longer. It was sad when they were gone. Amazing recipe!! Thank you!
I have some of the pickiest eaters and this chicken was amazing. The kids inhaled and asked for more. I will def. continue to make this recipe
I used all the same ingredients but instead of flower, I used crushed up Cheez its. Talk about yummy! The only thing missing was the party. Two thumbs up!
I seriously put the ookie in rookie when it comes to cooking. This was easy and the results were awesome. My new favorite chicken wings. Thanks
Amazing wings! Thank you so much for the recipe....would give it 10 stars if I could. After cooking I dipped them in a mixture of butter, wing sauce and a few dashes of tobasco and put them back in the oven for 5 minutes.
Recipie worked great, chicken was crispy and moist. I bought a bag of frozen wings (4lbs) and just poured the seasoning and olive oil right into the bag and shook it around and let the frozen wings marinate for about 20 minutes. Then I baked them a little lower (390 f) for an hour on one side and 15 minutes on the other. Even tho these are baked, they were still pretty greasy, so don't view this as a lean option.