These tasty wings are good for dinner, a lunch, or a snack when watching sports or whatever you enjoy.
This is a super simple “recipe”. I saw an online video where a lady said she cooked her wings in a crock pot with butter and Franks hot sauce. So the first time I tried this, I did what she said she did but the meat was too done for my liking and there was LOTS of juice in the pot. So I dumped it all on a sheet pan and baked it on, like 450º, until they were browned up a bit and most of the liquid was evaporated. They were okay but I decided to just bake them on a low oven for a couple of hours.
Oh! I don’t like spicy things and I enjoy these!
So here’s how it’s done . . .
Cover you sheet pan with foil to save elbow grease later. Put the wings, in one layer, on the foiled pan.
Add a bit of butter to each wing piece. This probably isn’t necessary but it’s what I do. Then shake some Frank’s hot sauce or your preferred variety on each wing. (Almost forgot to take pictures again. )
Turn the heat up to 450º or broil (I have a gas oven and hate to broil in it.) for about 20-30 minutes, until most of the liquid is gone and wings are nicely browned. See, I almost forgot pictures! Flip them if one side is getting too brown and the other isn’t crisp yet. Since I over cooked them, I had to turn each wing over to brown the other side this time.
- One bag of wings (ours are 3-4 pounds)
- Franks hot sauce (or your preferred brand - I've used Aldi's brand recently and like it)
- Put a layer of foil on baking sheet.
- Add wings in a single layer
- Add a bit of butter to each wing
- Shake hot sauce on each wing
- Bake at 250º for about 2 hours or so
- Then at 450º for about 20-30 minutes to brown/crisp them up.
Until next time, God bless,