Who doesn’t love wings?! They are Andy and my favorite finger food! I love them grilled, fried or baked. Recently we had some oven baked wings, and they turned out perfectly, specially with the copper pan! This recipe is super easy, and great if you need to get things done around the house.
Start by preheating the oven to 450. The wings we had were already separated. But I have kept the wings whole before for this recipe and they still turn out delicious and crispy! I found some fun season packets at Walmart. There were about 25-30 wings and we seasoned them with three different packets (we like our variety). A small handful for Andy were seasoned with lemon-pepper, a small handful for me were seasoned with garlic-parmesan and the rest we seasoned with classic buffalo! Once seasoned, I spread them out on the copper pan as evenly as possible, trying not to let them touch so they can cook/crisp all around. Popped them in the heated oven for about 30 minutes. Next I take them out and give them a flip and pop them back in for another 20-30 minutes to more of a crisp on the outside. I prefer wings naked with any sauce on the side. This way they stay crispy and the sauce doesn’t make them messy and soggy. Also lets you control the amount of sauce/mess you want.
This batched came out perfectly crisp, with tender and juicy on the inside. The season packets worked out great, and I would definitely get them again! We eat our wings with some mumbo sauce/hot honey, BBQ or blue cheese on the side. I also made some zucchini fries to serve on the side! It turned out to be a delicious, finger food meal!
What is your favorite way to make wings? Do you prefer seasonings or sauces? As always, we are on the hunt for new recipes to try. So share and comment below!
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