This wing recipe sounded like a bit of departure so I thought I would give it a try. I made it exactly as specified but it seemed a bit "wet" so I immediately removed them from the pan and let them drain and cool on paper towels. After they had cooled I put them in a large baggy and poured a combination of 1/3 cup each; a popular wing sauce and a popular BBQ sauce, put the wings on a rack over a foil covered tray and baked for 15 minutes at 350, just enough time to make the sauce "stick". They were great!
However..............BJ's (like a Costco) has a good frozen chicken wing for sale, that eliminates all of the above steps, other than cutting open the bag and pouring it in a pan, which I think I will sprinkle with some garlic powder next time. I love to cook, but for a Superbowl game my guests are not that particular. :-)
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This wing recipe sounded like a bit of departure so I thought I would give it a try. I made...