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I followed all the instructions but i lightly floured chicken and fried it then tossed it. My household loves lemon so i squeezed a little bit of real lemon in the oil mix and tossed the wings. They were a hit!
Once I learned how to make these, Wing Stop and any other chain restaurant's lemon pepper wings just weren't right! One thing I would suggest is for every teaspoon of lemon pepper seasoning, use 2 teaspoons of olive oil. The seasoning I have can be way too salty if it isn't measured this way.
These are incredible. Slight alteration - I season chicken and let it sit for an hour or so in fridge, then I shake the chicken in flour and use avocado oil to fry (healthy fat and great for frying since it's perfect for really high temperatures). After chicken is fried I brush with olive oil, lemon pepper seasoning and lemon juice mixture. Better than Wing Stops and way more healthy!!!
I opted to bake versus fry the wings as a healthier option (375 degrees for 55 minutes). They were delicious, but I would probably prefer a bit more lemon pepper flavor the next time. I expected the wings to be less crispy than fried, but actually, the consistency was perfect. Good recipe that we'll try again.
I made these last night and they came out EXTREMELY salty. I definitely recommend using 1 part lemon pepper seasoning to 2 parts of oil/butter to toss your wings in. I don't know if the kind of seasoning I have has a s ton of extra salt but OMG had to wipe all my wings down with paper towels to get the excess off