How to make it

  • Preheat the oven to 350
  • Rinse the wings and pat dry with a paper towel
  • Generously coat the wings with Old Bay seasoning, top and bottom
  • Heat the oil in a skillet on medium high until it starts to smoke slightly
  • Fry the wings in the oil, turning often, until the entire wing is golden brown and crispy. About 5 minutes per wing. My pan only fits two wings at a time, so do it in two batches, and add more oil if necessary to keep about 1/8 inch in the pan. And be warned, these wings will pop in that oil! I have the red oil burn freckles all over my arms as proof! Use a splatter shield if you have one.
  • Transfer the wings to a shallow baking dish or cookie sheet sprayed with non stick spray
  • Cook for 1 hour
  • I served them with cole slaw and smashed garlic potatoes with a creamy bella and celery gravy
  • Enjoy!!

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  • chelby1969 5 years ago
    Love old bay it is even good on fries and popcorn.
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  • elgourmand 6 years ago
    I do like easy & delicious. RJ
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  • 22566 6 years ago
    I guess you could call this a 'Winged Victory'
    All good things come together sometimes...when you just 'wing it' ~ Smile ~
    Nice to see you back. the way you served the wings.
    Kind Regards
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