YUMMY! Because my son doesn't like spicy wings so I did not use the cayenne. I used poultry seasoning, garlic powder and a little Italian seasoning to boost the flavor. They came out crispy and awesome! I will use this one again and again!
tried for first time today. was very good. would have like to know kitchen would fill up with smoke from high temperature of oven.
Wow, wow, wow. We really enjoyed the chicken wings prepared this way. So quick and easy to make. So delicious. They were perfectly cooked, tender and juicy with a crisp outer skin, spiced perfectly. Thanks so much for sharing a recipe that I will make again and again. Made for Whats on the Menu? Tag Game 2015.
Easy and delicious..Will make these again..real soon.! :)
I could not believe how fabulous this was! I modified somewhat - first, to the flour mix, I added some turmeric and hot red chili flakes. Then, instead of butter, as some others suggested, I just sprayed the foil with butter flavored spray put on the wings and then sprayed the wings. I started the oven at 450 degrees for 15 min and then lowered to 425. Did the 30 min on one side and 15 on the other. Crispy and delicious. You would never guess they were not fried. I'll be making these again and again....
These were AWESOME! Left out the cayenne pepper because I didn't have any. Followed everything else exactly.
yum. My wings did not get crispy but next time, I will cook them them a bit longer or maybe broil them. The flavor was quite tasty.
These wings were great! I left out the cayenne pepper, but next time I'll add it to give the wings a little more spice. We loved how the wings actually came out crisp. The only issue I had were the wings sticking to the foil. However, it seems like every time I bake chicken wings in the oven they stick to the oiled/buttered foil. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Fantastic wings, and no more frying ! Only thing i changed was to add some powdered low-sodium chicken broth, and a tablespoon of Montreal Chicken Spice. These dont even need a dip, all we did was drizzle a very small quantity of honey over the wings, and dinner was devoured. Great recipe for football games, etc. Thanks for posting!
This is the closest recipe I've found to mine. Still not quite as good as mine, but some of the reviewers have gotten close to my technique. Please read mine (once I post it). It's the culmination of years of trial