Chicken Wings

In Texas we would often frequent Buffalo Wild Wings to meet with friends for great convo, drinks and dinner. While I am not a huge fan of their menu (in fact there are only a few items BWW serves that I actually like), I loved the honey bbq wings - traditional a.k.a. bone in. Since I am on a lovely diet, I decided to torture myself and try making wings at home.

Chicken Wings:
Chicken Wings
Franks Wing Sauce - you can use whatever sauce you desire

Marinate the wings for at least 30 minutes. Set the oven to broil and make sure the pan you use is a broiling pan! Cook the wings for 10-12 minutes. Flip the chicken over and use some of the remaining sauce to coat (this will also help the chicken to not dry out as the oven temperature is very hot). Cook the wings for another 10 - 12 minutes. Once the wings are finished cooking add the remaining sauce and voila!  - they are ready to serve.

Rating: 5/5

I actually wound up using large drumsticks in stead of the smaller wings you would receive in a restaurant. That's what happens when you do not pay attention while grocery shopping. Regardless, they were super yummy and I would hope less fattening as they are not fried and no grease or butter was used. J enjoyed his and I served it with celery and blue cheese - very original.

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