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My Man’s Baked Chicken Wings

Well, that big game is right around the corner… You know the one (I’m not sure if I can even say the name of it for legal reasons..) That means it is time to bring out your best munchies, have a few friends over and watch a great game. I’m hoping for a more exciting game than last year.  Even if the game isn’t great you can make sure the food is.  As I promised before, I watched My Man make his Baked Chicken Wings, then did it myself to make sure it was foolproof just for you!These Baked Chicken Wings are cooked slow and low and finished off with some heat. As football food or a fun dinner, anyone can make this tasty appetizer.

How to make these Baked Chicken Wings:

  • Amounts are based on coating 18 full sized wings (all 3 pieces together)
  • 1.5T of Adobo
  • 3.5T of Lemon Pepper Seasoning
  • 2-3T of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
These Baked Chicken Wings are cooked slow and low and finished off with some heat. As football food or a fun dinner, anyone can make this tasty appetizer.
First, preheat your oven to 275 degrees
 
Toss the wings in seasoning and oil.
You just want the Oil to coat the wings lightly not drench them.
Spread them on a baking sheet.
Foil is optional.
It does make clean up easier, but the wings can stick a little and can take a little wiggling to get off.
(As you can see I opt for the faster clean up!)
Bake your wings for 2 hours at 275. Slow and Low they will be nice and tender.
These Baked Chicken Wings are cooked slow and low and finished off with some heat. As football food or a fun dinner, anyone can make this tasty appetizer.
Then crank it up to 400 for about 15-20 minutes so they get nice and golden.
 
 These Baked Chicken Wings are cooked slow and low and finished off with some heat. As football food or a fun dinner, anyone can make this tasty appetizer.
You can eat them just like this, that’s how the kiddos do it.These Baked Chicken Wings are cooked slow and low and finished off with some heat. As football food or a fun dinner, anyone can make this tasty appetizer.
 
Or you can pair it up with My Man’s Amazing Buffalo Sauce!My Man's Buffalo Sauce

 

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[…] very unmeasured, but always good. I have snagged a few of his recipes for you so far. Like his baked wings & buffalo sauce. Those have been a big hit and I know this one will be as well. This is one of […]

Jill Robbins

Monday 11th of January 2016

I like the tip about cranking the heat up at the end for more crispy.

Christine Cox

Tuesday 27th of January 2015

I've never made my own wings before but this is perfect timing as I was thinking of making something like this for the Super Bowl :)

Twitchetts Blogspot

Tuesday 27th of January 2015

I always thought he was doing so much more work when he made them... They will be perfect for the Super Bowl!! Check out the buffalo sauce link too. Also very easy!!

Glamour&Fit

Tuesday 27th of January 2015

This looks so delicious and will totally fit my paleo lifestyle! Thanks for posting this! And agreed with Kate ! Very glad they are baked. I will be putting these on the menu for next week. :)

Kate

Tuesday 27th of January 2015

These look awesome! Love that they are baked and not fried!