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    Oven Fried Chicken Wings

    I tried these last night and they were fabulous!!! Very Crispy on the outside and very juicy on the inside.

    1.2lbs chicken wing pieces (wings come in three parts- cut and dispose the wing tip and cut the wing joint so you have both the drumstick and the wing)
    2.Boil wings in hot water for 7-8 minutes
    3.Drain water and pat wings dry
    4.Disperse wings on a greased (nonstick cooking spray) baking sheet with their skin side up
    5.Drizzle with extra virgin olive and a touch of salt and pepper to taste
    6.Bake at 450 for 25-30 minutes, flip once and bake for another 10 minutes. (Finish off on broil if you want them extra crispy
    7.Serve them plain or toss in your favorite buffalo sauce

    By boiling them first it gets rid of a lot of the fat leaving them very crispy after baking. I tossed them with half stick of melted butter and 1 cup Franks Hot Wing Sauce. Serve with Chunky Blue cheese and carrots and makes a great movie night dinner.

    Last edited by Kelly; 08-31-2013 at 08:36 AM.

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    Re: Oven Fried Chicken Wings

    Joe ate 15 wings, he loved them so much, lol

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    Re: Oven Fried Chicken Wings

    This sounds awesome! love chicken wings Thanku for sharing!!

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    Re: Oven Fried Chicken Wings

    I usually just bake them like that without boiling first. I'll have to try it that way. I think boiling them a little will also make them more juicy inside besides getting rid of some of the fat.
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    Re: Oven Fried Chicken Wings

    Hmmm I wonder what I'd need to change the cooking time to do legs? I'm much too frugal (read cheap) to pay what they want per pound for chicken wings.

    I remember the days when the wings of the chickens were in the bargain bins because nobody wanted to eat them.

    Then some bar in Buffalo NY had to go make a hot sauce and start the whole Buffalo wings fad and they charge more for wings then they do the "good" pieces of chicken.

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