Good. I liked the convenience of baking. I sprinkled salt, pepper and garlic on them and then baked for 45 min at 400 as suggested by others, dipped them in the sauce, baked for 10 more min, basted again and then broiled them for 5 min at 425. My husband said they were cooked perfect. I didn't care for the tomato sauce in the hot sauce. I will leave it out next time. I make some with buffalo sauce, also some with BBQ (bottled), and some with Teriyaki (also bottled)for my kids who can't take the heat yet. I also bake mine on the broiling pan with a little water in the pan. It makes clean up much easier, dripping don't smoke and burn.
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Good. I liked the convenience of baking. I sprinkled salt, pepper and garlic on them and then...