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I used full-sized drumsticks with this recipe and it turned out great! Everybody loved them and I felt better using skinless drumsticks that were baked in the oven.
Great recipe just a tad too salty, I will adjust next time. These wings were very crispy, yet the meat was very tender, good bye fryer!
OMG, I made these for dinner Friday night and they were AMAZING! Boiling them first takes a lot of the fat from the skin and makes them crisp up so well in the broiler. SOOOOO good. The girls loved them too (so, kid friendly)!
These are the BEST wings I've had, hands down! Awesome recipe.
This was great! Totally will be making again, even my picky boyfriend couldn't get enough...that's pretty much a done deal for me. Thanks!
I tried it and these were restaurant quality delicious! I adjusted the amounts to cook 4 lbs. of wings. I broiled it according to the directions and they were great. Next time I will decrease the salt. Other than that, they were excellent. We'll never order wings out again. Thanks for posting.
My go-to recipe now. Only problem is that there is no way the broiling time is correct. I used fairly meaty fresh drumettes, and they were pretty overcooked at 15 min first side, 12 the second side. Middle rack of the oven.
But...skin was certainly crispy and very good! I took them out of the oven after broiling, doused each wing with some sauce and put them back under the broiler for another minute. Poured the rest of the sauce over and served.
My husband is a wing man and he LOVES this recipe. His suggestion, make them hotter so he doesn't eat as many!! There is no way we could have broiled them on high for the suggested time. So we boiled them for the suggested time and then broiled them on high only for about three to four minutes on each side. A great easy recipe that is sure to please any wing lover!
Wonderful! Not greasy at all, crunchy and perfect flavor. I made these just as written. Thanks for sharing.