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Perfect for game day. A mellower take on wings for those not crazy about hot and spicy.

DifficultyBeginner

Perfect for game day. A mellower take on wings for those not crazy about hot and spicy.

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time15 minsCook Time35 minsTotal Time50 mins

 5-6 lbs. whole chicken wings, cut into sections
 
 1 stick of butter
 
 1/2 tsp Italian seasoning
 
 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
 
 1 tsp garlic powder
 
 1/16 tsp crushed red pepper
 
 1/4 tsp salt
 
 1 egg

1

Preheat the oven to 425. Cut the wings into sections. Here is a good link on how to do that: http://thecookful.com/how-to-cut-chicken-wings/

2
3

Put the wings on a rimmed baking sheet with a metal cooling rack on top. Make sure your cooling rack is oven safe before you try this. Cook for 15 minutes.

4
5

Make the sauce. Blend the butter, cheese, and seasonings in a small blender until combined. Add the egg and process until combined. The sauce is about the thickness of ketchup.

6
7

After 15 minutes remove the wings and flip them over. At this point they are almost fully cooked. Turn on the broiler. Put the wings under the broiler for 5 min. Keep an eye on them so they don’t burn. Remove them and flip again. Keep flipping and broiling until they are the desired crispness. They should definitely be 165 degrees by now but I always recommend checking with a meat thermometer.

8
9

Toss immediately in the sauce. The wings are hot enough that you shouldn’t need to worry about using a raw egg in the sauce. It’s similar to spaghetti carbonara in which you crack a raw egg over hot spaghetti. Garnish with extra cheese.

Credit:  Joy Filled Eats

Recommended by Tina Pendergraph

Ingredients

 5-6 lbs. whole chicken wings, cut into sections
 
 1 stick of butter
 
 1/2 tsp Italian seasoning
 
 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
 
 1 tsp garlic powder
 
 1/16 tsp crushed red pepper
 
 1/4 tsp salt
 
 1 egg

Directions

1

Preheat the oven to 425. Cut the wings into sections. Here is a good link on how to do that: http://thecookful.com/how-to-cut-chicken-wings/

2
3

Put the wings on a rimmed baking sheet with a metal cooling rack on top. Make sure your cooling rack is oven safe before you try this. Cook for 15 minutes.

4
5

Make the sauce. Blend the butter, cheese, and seasonings in a small blender until combined. Add the egg and process until combined. The sauce is about the thickness of ketchup.

6
7

After 15 minutes remove the wings and flip them over. At this point they are almost fully cooked. Turn on the broiler. Put the wings under the broiler for 5 min. Keep an eye on them so they don’t burn. Remove them and flip again. Keep flipping and broiling until they are the desired crispness. They should definitely be 165 degrees by now but I always recommend checking with a meat thermometer.

8
9

Toss immediately in the sauce. The wings are hot enough that you shouldn’t need to worry about using a raw egg in the sauce. It’s similar to spaghetti carbonara in which you crack a raw egg over hot spaghetti. Garnish with extra cheese.

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