In two (doubled) brown paper lunch sacks, combine dry ingredients (first seven or *eight including the red pepper flakes); shake well to mix.
In shallow bowl, beat eggs, milk and hot sauce.
Dip chicken pieces in egg mixture, let excess drip off, then shake in bag of dry ingredients to coat.
Set on plate or sheet as you go.
Then after all are coated, shake each piece again in the flour mixture.
Place bone sides down onto greased, foiled-lined shallow baking pan or sheet.
Spray the chicken with butter-flavored vegetable spray after coating with flour mixture just before putting in the oven. Then bake for 15 minutes so it can “set”, then baste each piece well with melted butter.
Bake, uncovered, at 350ºF for a total of 55-60 minutes or until done and juices run clear.
(When I did leg-thigh quarters, they took exactly 59 minutes).
If pieces are small, they will take less time, of course, so check.
Don’t over bake it.
Now kick back, have a beer, relax and don’t worry about it!
It doesn’t stick or even need to be turned! (Don’t turn it BTW).