BEST Chicken Wing   Recipe

– Chicken wings: – 4 pounds party style chicken wings or whole chicken wings that have been halved crosswise – ½ teaspoon salt – 2 teaspoons garlic powder – 1 teaspoon sweet paprika – ¼-½ cup vegetable oil mom uses a 1/2 cup – ½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper – Buffalo sauce: – ¼ cup unsalted butter or plant butter if you're dairy-free – 12 ounces Frank's Original Red Hot Sauce or sub with your favorite red hot sauce – 1-2 Tablespoons honey white sugar or brown sugar (adjust to suit your tastes) – 1 dash of Tabasco sauce optional – 1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar – Blue cheese dip: – ½ cup crumbled blue cheese softened – ⅓ cup sour cream – ¼ cup mayonnaise – 2 cloves garlic minced – 1 Tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice – salt to taste – freshly ground pepper to taste – To serve: – Blue cheese dip – Ranch dressing – Celery sticks


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Cook time: 60 min

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gluten-free, chicken

prep Time

10 min


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Looking for the BEST chicken wing recipe to make in the oven-These Baked Buffalo Wings are super crispy and tossed in a classic spicy sauce. Serve them with blue cheese sauce and crispy celery for the ultimate game day or party snack. It's my mom's recipe, so it's a keeper!

How many wings per person? If there are other appetizers, you could calculate 4 wings per person (approximately). It's 6 ounces of meat per serving. And each wing has about 1 ounce of meat (not calculating the bones) per wing. Depending on what else you are serving at the party/get together, that could mean 6 wings per person if they're having a full serving.

How long does it take to bake chicken wings? Baked chicken wings take a total of about 60 minutes. Mom starts the wings at a very high heat to sear them. Then she lowers it for the rest of the baking time. The longer it’s baking, the fat renders and the skin crisps up nicely.


How to store leftover chicken wings? Once the chicken wings have cooled down, store in an airtight container for up to 4 days (or in a large zipped lock bag...just squeeze out the air before you seal the bag,


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