Awesome Crispy Baked Chicken Wings
Incredibly tasty variation of baked chicken wings with no marinade - just butter, garlic, and herbs. Great for the low-carb eater!
Incredibly tasty variation of baked chicken wings with no marinade - just butter, garlic, and herbs. Great for the low-carb eater!
I like this recipe. I have made baked wings in a couple different ways but with all of them I do this first. I steam the wings in a large double pot for 10 minutes dry with paper towels refrigerate for 1 hour. Then pull out your wings and prepare them per the recipe. I like cookie sheets with parchment paper. Your wings will have much less fat and remain very juicy. great tip I got from a competitive BBQ expert.Read More
1)Four lbs is a lot of wings! The amount of butter and cheese/herb mixture in this recipe only did about half so I had to melt more butter and make more dredging mix. Even then I barely had enough for all the wings. 2) I baked the wings on foil sprayed with Pam. Some still stuck and none were truly crispy. 3) I didn't add any additional salt and glad I didn't. The Parmesan cheese made these very salty.Read More
I like this recipe. I have made baked wings in a couple different ways but with all of them I do this first. I steam the wings in a large double pot for 10 minutes dry with paper towels refrigerate for 1 hour. Then pull out your wings and prepare them per the recipe. I like cookie sheets with parchment paper. Your wings will have much less fat and remain very juicy. great tip I got from a competitive BBQ expert.
For those skeptical of a coating that doesn't include bread or corn flake crumbs, believe me; this recipe was delicious with Parmesan cheese as the main ingredient. The only change I made was not adding salt because the cheese was salty enough. The wings were tender and delicious.
I made these wings at a wing cook off and won. This is a keeper for sure
Im surprised this recipe does not have more reviews... these are delicious! I followed the recipe exactly as written and my wings were crispy outside, juicy inside, and flavored perfectly. Seriously, if you are looking to make some addictive and crave-worthy wings, look no further- the recipe is right here!
1)Four lbs is a lot of wings! The amount of butter and cheese/herb mixture in this recipe only did about half so I had to melt more butter and make more dredging mix. Even then I barely had enough for all the wings. 2) I baked the wings on foil sprayed with Pam. Some still stuck and none were truly crispy. 3) I didn't add any additional salt and glad I didn't. The Parmesan cheese made these very salty.
Used about two pounds of wings and the full amount in the recipe of the “breading” and had just enough. Cooked for 45 minutes and they were perfect. Will definitely make again
I used half melted (unsalted) butter, and half olive oil. As far as flavor, this recipe deserves five stars. I gave four, because as another reviewer experienced, I also ran out of coating half way through preparation. I do recommend using fresh grated Parmesan. I’m a huge fan. The flavor is far and above Kraft brand. Once you buy fresh Parmesan, you’ll be spoiled.
I occasionally take a chance on a recipe that doesn't have a lot of reviews and I must say, THIS recipe was worth the risk! The chicken came out juicy and flavorful. I didn't have Parmesan on hand so I omitted and it was still fabulous. I HIGHLY recommend trying this recipe. It was DELICIOUS!!
We eat a lot of wings and I mean a LO T of wings. I've tried dozens of recipes and different cooking methods but always go back to frying them and then coating them in various sauces. Baked just never seem to do as good for me. They usually get all watered down leaving whatever you coated them in a big puddle under your wing. Not these. These were perfect and crispy around the entire wing! My husband and I were both very much impressed. The only change I would recommend making is to leave out the salt. They were a bit too salty. Be sure to use unsalted butter as well,
These wings are requested on a weekly basis. My family swears these are the best wings ever, and I agree. So crispy and so much flavor. The pools of melted coating under each wing is the absolute best. Awesome!
Pretty tasty, but salty. Next time I won't add any salt and will use unsalted butter. I'll also be less generous with the coating as I ran out half way through my chicken.
The whole family really loved them. I chose the recipe because my kids won't eat anything spicy. I bought 3.8lbs of chicken wings and I had to make a second batch of the breading because the original amount wasn't nearly enough. Other than that, they turned out great and I will definitely be making these wings again.
I added red pepper flakes to the coating for a little heat. I liked these, but next time will try with a better quality parmesean. I used the cheapo shake cannister kind, probably not the best idea.
Excellent baked chicken, baked 20 minutes both sides at 375 and broiled for 7 minutes each side. Nice and crispy and to assure that I obtained that crispy texture all this was done on a rack while cooking. Awesome quick and easy wings .... thank you!
Only change I made was to add 2 tsp. Chili Powder instead of paprika. Also baked wings on a slotted broiler pan so juices drained through to bottom pan.
Think I will use a little less salt next time I make these. Otherwise, they were awesome!
I will never fry wings again. This recipe is super easy and the wings are crispy!
I wanted to give this five stars because the taste was really good, but I did have to get past the saltiness first. I am not sure if it was too salty because the coating was too heavy. I did have to make a second batch of coating to finish the wings. I will omit the salt the next time and coat lighter.
First time ever making my own wings. Loved these. Baked 45-50 minutes. Will make again.
This was great. As good as any pub wings that I have ever had.
I made theses wings. Love the seasonings. My problem was 1 1/2 hrs they were overdone. My fault I guess for not checking.
I haven't made this yet, but most of the complaints were with adding salt. All the recipes on this site that mentions to add salt, DON'T! I add in garlic salt, paprika, or some spicy sauce that is loaded with salt to begin with! So do not add salt, just add your favourite flavours. Sometimes I'll grate some garlic cloves, and add that instead of salt.
I followed the recipe exactly. These are very delicious. Cooking them as long as directed makes the meat fall right off the bone. The skin is crispy. They were such a hit I have had requests to make them at other functions. No need to change a thing.
I love these wings! I make 1-1/2 times the Parmesan and seasoning to make sure they are all well coated. I bake them at 375 for 50 minutes, turning after 20 minutes and 40 minutes. They come out perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy inside! I make a meal of them with a salad and have the perfect low carb dinner!
I was looking for a low carb appetizer to take to friends and I ran across this recipe. It was easy and everyone loved the wings. I left out the salt like some recommended but next time I think I’ll add it. We like some saltiness on our wings.
I used this recipe as is for chicken tenders and it was delicious, moist and tasty. Baked only for 30 minutes
Just made these! Tasted great, and they did turn out with a crispy coating. I only made two pounds of wings, and the 4oz butter was "just enough", but I had leftover parmesan-spice leftover. They did stick to the foil, even after lightly spraying the foil. I'll try using parchment paper, or a silpat liner next time. I'm keto, so this is definitely a keeper. Thanks for sharing!
Turned out awesome. I did need to double the butter and the Parmesan mixtures to coat all the wings.
I made this several times for my son & I. We both really love it. It was easy to make.
These were just ok. Followed the instructions exactly. They looked great but the Parmesan cheese was a little too strong for my taste. Maybe great for a gathering but I wouldn’t make them for myself again.
I thought these were very tasty. My family thought they were just ok because they didn’t come out crispy. I followed the directions exactly but they weren’t crispy.
First of all I used smallish boneless skinless thighs. Also I dusted the damp raw chicken in a seasoned flour before dipping in the butter mixture. I think it held the flavorings better this way. You could omit most of the salt- especially if you use parm/Romano blend like I did. I also used white pepper instead of black. I used 375deg for 35 minutes in a Pyrex dish. My picky sweetheart licked his plate! That’s a win.
way too salty!! good base recipe can be tweaked. 2 star as is.
Everyone raved about them and said the best wings that they have had...and we eat wings on many occasions. Trying different ones at times. The only thing is you have to double the receipe or you'll have half the wings left.
It's ok. I followed it exactly only I used spray butter and smoked paprika. It was ok
These were really delicious, only thing is I’d double or even triple the cheese mixture, I only made about 2 and a half pounds of wings and I still didn’t have enough to coat all the wings.
I made this without the parmesan and we all loved it. My company, my man and even my kids ate every last one in no time at all.
I have to be honest of course. I just did not get the CRISP that I was looking for. It’s difficult to achieve a CRISP wing recipe in the oven. I will stay with the frying method for this desired taste, hence the reason for only four stars.
Definitely make them again. Used about 1.5 kg of wings and double the dry coating. Made them to have cold at the horse racing. Delicious cold and hot!
I made it exactly like it said. Came out perfect. Yes will definitely make again.
I boiled wings ten min first
This recipe gave the wings really good taste, however, there is no way those wings come out crispy at that temp and time. Skin still had the "raw" like texture. I have tried to cook crispy wings in several ovens at that temp and absolutely NO way do they come up crispy. To make them crispy you either have to turn up the heat to 500 and cook for an hour or keep the same temp and cook for 4 hours. If there is one thing I hate is messy wings and this recipe makes that happen.
Simple to make and delicious to eat! I served the wings with Blue Cheese Salad Dressing used as a dip.
I just made this wonderful dish tonight and let me tell you!! Its the best baked chicken I've cooked so far! I just added more ingredients to it because it wasn't enough. I added homemade sauce I also Broiled the last ten mins of cooking to have that honey glaze on top as you pull it off. I served with mac-n- cheese and corn. It was awesome!! Thank-you for this recipe. Much respect for your intelligence and sharing with the community. I give it a Ten Star Rating , honestly! Thank-you, Jeremy Ralls
Excellent. Ad chili pepper or ancho chili pepper to make spicy: DONT through those wing tops away. Keep to make broth.
These wings were a breeze to make and were a BIG hit !!
I have made these several times and they are always a hit! I find that I have to double the recipe if I’m feeding more than 3 people but that is the only issue I’ve had.
I made no changes and they were good,but next time I’m going to and a little crushed red peppers.I will make this recipe again.
I've made this many times in the past year. I follow the recipe exactly. Everyone I've served them to says they are all he best they have ever had! Thank you for sharing your recipe!
Agree with others, the flavor is outstanding and they are juicy inside and crispy outside. I did cook a little longer to make sure crispy. Very happy, will make again!!!
I made this recipe and doubled it like the suggestions said but my family did not like this one.
Followed the recipe wings came out perfect
Thought the coating was too much Parmesan.
I don’t know that I’ve ever posted a review on this site before, but these were so awesome I have to comment. Following other reviewers advice I doubled the coating amount using fresh grated Parmesan. Also eased the prep by putting wings in gallon size plastic bag, poured on cooled butter/garlic and tossed them around to coat. Patted the crumb topping on each piece and baked. Bam! Perfection and quite the crowd pleaser.
The only thing different I would do is put the wings on a grate on a baking pan. They brown great
The recipe was ok. I did not use parmesan cheese .My wife is not a fan of it and I did not have any parsley. I did follow the recipe aside from the other comments. I did expect more flavor. I will make it again with all the ingredients just to see if there is a difference. Last comment, I will say it taste light and healthy.
As others say, this recipe only does about 2 pounds of wings. I like it but I'll take someone's suggestion for the fresh grated parm next time. Maybe more garlic since I can't get enough.
Don't think I'll make them again.
Our favorite way to make wings now. Cover in buffalo hot wings sauce when done cooking. Addicting!
I followed the recipe exactly and these were the most flavorful wings ever!
Really really ??
I wanted crispy wings and these has such good reviews. Everyone said they followed the recipe exactly, so I did just that (with the exception of substituting basil for parsley because I didn’t have any) and while they were delicious and flavorful they were not crispy. Maybe next time I’d broil for 3 minutes at the end? I didn’t want to overcook the chicken but there was so much juice. Other suggestions?
Holy moly these were good. No dipping sauce necessary. We are making these again next weekend. Wow.
Best. wings. Ever! Nothing else needs to be said. Made to recipe exactly.
easy, tasty, made recipe just as it is
Loved these - just as recipe is written!!!!!
Wow! These wings were delicious! I'm eating low-carb these days and the wings more than satisfied my craving for something "breaded". Agree on omitting the salt per other cooks as the Parmesan provides all the salt you'll need to season the dish. They were buttery, crispy, and divine. Thanks for this lovely recipe, MARKANDANGIE! (Oh, and I'm having the leftovers for lunch today, at room temp :-)
The recipe was only enough for 2 lbs of wings. BUT!!! It was amazingly delicious and the wings were super moist! My boyfriend wanted more and commented on how moist they were and that they were not greasy like most wings. They were perfect for me because I can’t have spicy anything. I’m def going to make these a lot!!!
Made this recipe for the Super Bowl. Did not add the tsp of salt and I thought the Parmesan cheese added the perfect amount of saltiness. Will definitely make again! Yum!
I did have to make a second batch of garlic butter and cheese coating to coat 4 lbs of wings, but MAN! It was delicious.
I made this tonight with the Dandelion Greens with a Kick Recipe and they were delicious. They were really juicy as well. Thank you for sharing!
Made these for Super Bowl Sunday. My husband loved these chicken wings!
Followed the advice of others: cut recipe to about 2 pounds of wings and then cheese mixture covers nicely; 45 minutes in oven; could cut some/all salt ( we like it extra salty so I made it like the original recipe). One of our favorite wing recipes.
This was very salty and too much Parmesan. boots
This was so easy and they turned out great.
I have made this 3 times but with small legs. The first time I just placed on the foil and with the fat in the legs it was soggy. The next two times I placed pieces on a rack and then on a baking sheet. Nice and crispy. These make a great take a long for a pot luck or a happy hour. Never any left. Slight changes. I added an extra garlic clove and one extra teaspoon of a smokier paprika
Really great tasting and easy to make!
Needed to double recipe on the spices, because I ran out. But the chicken came out fantastic!!! Everyone loved it, and will do again.
Didnt make any changes..well after reading reviews I added less salt..it was perfect
This is a Spectacular recipe sweet but not too sweet and I overcooked it accidentally so it could have been better overall so I will absolutely make It and love it again
These turned out really juicy on the inside and nice and crispy on the outside. The only thing I did differently was used parchment paper instead of aluminum foil.
first time making oven baked wings, and this was a really easy quick recipe, love how crispy they got. cooked for 45 minutes and they were well done. Would maybe change up the seasoning to add a bit more flavour. However I skipped the salt as recommended by others and found it really did need it plus I only had kraft parmesan (perhaps fresh grated would have been more flavourful) Otherwise this is a great base recipe to start with. Will defiantly be making these again.
I love these wings, the only I change is I use olive oil instead of butter, it tastes the same and is much healthier for you. The amount of parm mixture does about 1 3/4 - 2 lbs. of wings.
Really good, my husband loved it.
Very tasty. The second time I made them I used garlic granules in place of diced. They stick to the wings better. And I tossed a tsp of them into the cheese mixture. Never too much garlic!
I followed this recipe exactly and my husband and I REALLY enjoyed them! They are as crispy as anyone could want. We tossed them with Chef John’s buffalo sauce and the whole dish was awesome. Better than restaurant wings without a doubt.
Very easy to make.. sending recipe to my fiance's work for her friends now, because she told them about it.
Delicious, moist, excellent blend of spices!
Excellent. Wings were so juicy!
Incredibly delicious! The chicken turned out nice and tender. The seasoning was perfect. I'm a picky person so for me to give a great review it means it really was great.
I've never made chicken wings before, but felt inspired to try making THIS recipe because the reviews were so fantastic and it looked super easy. My husband LOVES chicken wings and he couldn't get enough of them! He raved about these wings! He wants me to make them again and add about a TBS of Franks hot sauce to the mix. He likes a little spice. I thought they were fantastic as is. Great recipe!!!
Made them tonight. Read many reviews. Cut the salt in half and shredded my own Parmesan which I feel works best when trying to coat Protein. The cheese and spice mixture stuck to the Chicken so well. I may have added an additional clove of Garlic. They were delicious! Who knew you could get that kind of crisp and flavor with baked Wings. Delicious!
I made these for my family and my family really really enjoyed them. My Wife said that we will be putting these wings on our dinner menu every chance we get. #loveit
I had a package of drum sticks and not wings but the recipe worked great and everyone liked them. Four stars instead of five because the spices were kind of bland. Next time I will add some zip. I used a brush to brush the garlic butter all over the chicken drummies and then patted the cheese spice mix all over the chicken. It stuck beautifully. Ready in one hour moist and tender. Thanks for this recipe!
This was actually a pretty good recipe! Thank You! It was different but tasty! Will make again!
These were awesome, I made exactly as said and they had so much flavor. Next time double batch, the left overs were just as good.