Baked Italian Chicken Wings

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Healthier and a delicious alternative to fried! Most of the time we enjoy ours this way, I marinade them, then use one of our many styles of dipping sauces!



These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.





Healthy Baked Wings



There is so much more fat in frying wings but we love wings!


This is an alternative to frying, still has some fat with the coating but oh so delicious.


Of course if you prefer fried, you can still make these fried, the marinade is fantastic, it keeps them tender and juicy.


You don't even need to add the sauce at the end.




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These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.






These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.


Spicy or not?


You can make these wings spicy by adding some cayenne pepper to your butter coating.


We like them just the way the recipe is written, but this is just a guideline.


Bake the wings and add your favorite sauces or use come of my dipping sauce recipes.


For 24 other kinds of delicious chicken wings recipes try my Chicken Wings Showcase Of Wings I did a while back.




These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.





For More Delicious Recipes Try Some of These Also

Buffalo Shrimp or Wings
Curt's 4 Wing Feast
24 kinds of Chicken Wings
Chicken 14 kinds of dipping sauces
Chicken dip
Chicken Riggies
Chicken Riggie Fest
Curt's Lemon Reggiano
Curt's Catalina Chicken
Curt's Balsamic Grilled Herb Chicken
Easy Italian Baked Chicken
Mediterranean Chicken
Crockpot Pulled Buffalo Chicken
Chicken Parm
Lemon Peppered Garlic Chicken
Amaretto Glazed Chicken
Chicken with Perciatelli, Eggplant and Peppers
Grilled Buffalo Chicken



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These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.

Baked Italian Chicken Wings

prep time: 3 hourcook time: 45 minstotal time: 3 hours and 45 mins
A healthier delicious alternative than fried wings

ingredients:

Marinade:
2 1/2 pounds chicken wings (if using frozen thaw ice remove and dry off with paper towels)
In a large bowl add:
3 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
2 cloves of minced garlic
pinch of black pepper and cayenne pepper
Toss wings to coat, cover with plastic wrap for at least three hours or overnight.

instructions:

Place in a 400 degree hot oven on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper bake turning often till crispy.

After wings are  completely cooked and crispy looking,  immediately brush with sauce below:

2 tablespoon melted butter
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
Drizzle or brush sauce over hot crispy wings and serve

NOTES:

Time of cooking will varies. Juice need to run clear
calories
120
fat (grams)
11
sat. fat (grams)
3
protein (grams)
6
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These are baked Italian wings with a garlic parmesan buttery coating after baked on top garnished with parsley. They taste like fried wings but they are baked not fried.

21 comments

  1. Mmmm, I've baked wings before, and it really is so much easier (and healthier) than deep-frying. I love the sauce you brush on, parmesan and garlic... sounds like a great combo!

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  2. Claudia, I'm going to wallop all those wings all by myself! haha... They look great. Thanks for sharing & hope you're going to have a great weekend.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  3. What a meal! You're serving all the leftover in one plate. I did the same too.... sometimes but hubby doesn't like it! :o(
    Kristy

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  4. These definitely caught my eye on reader, they look delicious and I love that they are baked! Saving this recipe, thanks!

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  5. wow... i like it... very nice dish dear.... good going

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  6. I love wings. Period. Love the herbs and flavors.

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  7. What a great guest post from your son, with all the yummy sauces!
    The baked chicken wings are my favorite. They are so crisp, yet tender, and delicious!

    I make my chicken wings the way you do, and just love to make the Buffalo hot sauce to pour over, and have extra for dipping.
    I'm not very adventurous with all the other sauces, except the Teriyaki sauce, which is oh, so good on other meats, and veggies!

    Claudia, your photos are really looking beautiful!

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  8. I'll be doing this one of these Sundays - such a fun treat for a frigid afternoon. Oh I love garlic, cheese and herbs on a chicken wing!

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  9. I've always had difficulty getting the wings to turn out crispy. I've never turned them more than once (half-way) before, tho. I'm guessing it's more oven time (since you're constantly releasing heat opening the oven), but you're clearly getting the desired results. They look perfect in the photos!

    Thanks for sharing your method!

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  10. Parsley in the first picture looks nice. when you bake it is more healthy than fried ones, nowadays i am trying to do that. This baked Italian chicken wings looks delicious.

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  11. These sound amazing. I love wings. Can't wait to try this recipe.

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  12. I love that sauce, and my family would just go nuts for these wings :)

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  13. These are packed with flavor Claudia! Succulent and delicious!

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  14. How smart to bake instead of frying! Yum!

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  15. Always prefer baking to frying! Excellent for this time of year with all the football going on :) Thanks for sharing this tasty and easy recipe, Claudia.

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  16. Mmmm, Claudia! Garlic laden chicken wings! I'd eat the whole batch in an Italian second! I can just smell the aroma of your kitchen in my mind when you baked these!

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  17. Thank you for sharing this recipe. Love the sauce, it's so delicious! How can you get the wings nice & crispy? I couldn't seem to perfect that aspect. Thanks! :)

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  18. Oh Claudia!!! These look so awesome-crispy and golden! Chicken wings are a serious weakness of mine. They can knock me off my diet with just one whiff or glance. Yours look wonderful, so I'm going to send the link to my Mom. She loves them too...
    p.s. Sorry for being away for so long. I went to Key West-it's so wonderful there. Have you been? It makes my part of Florida look like, well, I won't say (smile)!

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  19. Wow , these look fantastic. Annette loves wings and I hate to make them as they are usually so unhealthy.

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