Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Baked Chicken Wings

Another very easy recipe, this one for baked chicken wings. These are surprisingly easy to make at home, and while not healthy, they at least aren't as bad for you as the deep fried ones you get in a restaurant, and my boyfriend requests them almost every weekend. They would also be good for a party because they require very little hands on time.

Marinate the Chicken Wings for at least an hour. You can buy them in the grocery store in either small or family size. If I get the family size I divide them up into several quart size freezer bags, put a different marinade in each, and put the extras in the freezer. You can buy sauces specifically for wings but most flavors of marinade work well: BBQ, teriyaki, or my favorite Ceasar salad dressing (the oily kind). Usually I just use whatever is already open.

Line a baking pan with aluminum foil or parchment paper, spray generously with cooking spray, then spread the wings out so that they aren't touching eachother.

Bake at 400 degrees for 40 minutes, flipping half way through.
You're done! Just put them on a plate and serve with cut up veggies and a dipping sauce or salad dressing.

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