We bought a bunch of chicken wings to bake up for dinner!
What's your favorite recipe? I was planning on doing a split - half with a ranch seasoning rub and the other half with some chili powder + cumin.
Ranch seasoning is just onion powder, garlic powder, parsley, and some salt.
I haven't tried this yet but I like their approach: http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/02/the-best-baked-buffalo-chicken-wings-in-oven-not-fried-appetizers.html
It's tough to get crispy wings...
Buffalo in the oven.
Bake at 400 until crispy (turning a couple of times - make sure there's a nice layer of coconut oil on the aluminum foil).
Mix up a few pats of melted butter and some Frank's Red Hot, and maybe about a teaspoon of garlic powder.
Toss wings RIGHT before eating (or else they get soggy).
This is one of my favourite recipes. Easy and delicious. Sorry, I don't measure quantities, but I'll try to give approximate ratios.
In a large bowl, put the following: tsp. cumin, tsp. curry, tsp.paprika, 2/3 tsp. turmeric, a bit of cayenne pepper, or more if you want it spicy, and enough of a healthy oil to form a paste.
Add the wings into the bowl and mix till well coated.
Place the wings on a pan and place at the top of the oven. Grill, don't bake. Turn when they are done on the first side.
Haven't found anyone who doesn't like this, even little kids.
I like the original hot wings best.
We usually grill the wings, then shake them in a hot sauce/butter mixture. We get hot sauce from Mercier Farms in Georgia (an aunt lives up that way and brings us bottles down here in FL). If we don't have Mercier sauce, we just use whatever the best looking sauce in the store is.
Sometimes I add creole seasoning in with the mixture, too.