Oven Roasted Wings of Chicken

"Healthier than your typical fried wings and still taste great!"
photo by breezermom photo by breezermom
photo by breezermom
photo by Kay B. photo by Kay B.
photo by Kay B. photo by Kay B.
photo by Baby Kato photo by Baby Kato
photo by Baby Kato photo by Baby Kato
Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Line baking pan with foil, spray with nonstick spray and add butter.
  • Next, mix paprika, garlic power, black pepper, salt, flour, and cayenne pepper in plastic bag. Shake well.
  • Add in chicken wings to bag, shake well.
  • Place all wings in the pan with butter and toss together.
  • Bake 25 minutes.
  • Turn over wings and bake 10-20 minutes more until crispy enough for your liking.
  • Serve as is or toss in hot wing sauce or my daughters' favorite, BBQ sauce!

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  1. breezermom
    These turned out wonderfully crisp! I added the flour to the bag with the spices, then tossed the wings. Cooked as directed, only cooking 12 minutes after turning instead of 20 minutes. They looked like they might be getting a bit too brown. I made wing sauce with hot sauce, butter, and cayenne. Served with blue cheese dressing and celery sticks. Delicious! The only thing I might possibly change is to reduce the smoked paprika a bit. Thanks for sharing! Made for PRMR tag game.
    Made these for lunch and they were great! Not too salty or overly spiced; would like to try the spice mixture on boneless wings since my DSs don't eat bone-in wings. Served tossed in medium wing sauce with steamed brown rice. Definitely going to make these for DH on a football Sunday! Made for PRMR.
  3. I'mPat
    Made as per recipe putting the flour and spices into a large bowl and then the wings covered and gave a good shake to coat the wings. Baked at 175C fan forced for 45 minutes for delicious and tender wings. Thank you nochlo, made for Please Review My Recipe.
  4. ellie_
    These were great! I used chicken drumlets and skipped the cayenne pepper but otherwise made as directed. thanks for sharing!
  5. Noo8820
    OH WOW...DH and I absolutely loved these!!!<br/>I made them as directed...I highly recommend the bag technique.... and like other reviewers didn't need to cook mine for the length of time specified.<br/>They were crisp, moist and very very tasty!!<br/>We ate some of them plain, and tossed some in Louisiana Wing Sauce...both versions were delicious!!<br/>This is definitely a make again...and again recipe for us....!!<br/>Thank you very much for sharing.<br/>Made for PRMR


  1. Deantini
    These wings were very good! I added the flour in with the spices (the recipe does not state where to use it), since I had kids at the table I reduced the cayenne pepper to around 1/3 of a tsp. That was a mistake as I could not detect the cayenne at all. Next time I will add 2/3 tsp or the full amount. I added some dots of butter to the pan (was not sure if the butter should be melted or smeared on the pan). The butter adds a delicious buttery flavour and helps with the crisping. Next time I might also use some bread crumbs instead of some of the flour to get an even crisper, coarser crust. All this said - the wings are very very good!



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