You can serve chicken wings hot or cold, for a meal, or for
snacks. They're great as appetizers at parties, or when you're
just looking for a tasty midnight snack. Try these four easy
Baked Chicken Wings
1/2 c. margarine, melted
1 t. dijon mustard
3 c. multi-grain flaked cereal
16-18 chicken wings, broken into two pieces
1/2 c. grated Parmesan cheese
4 t. finely chopped parsley
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In glass pie plate, combine melted
margarine and mustard. In medium bowl, combine cereal crumbs,
Parmesan cheese and parsley. Spoon onto waxed paper. Roll chicken
pieces in margarine mixture, then in cereal mixture to coat
completely. Place on rack in baking pan; drizzle with remaining
margarine mixture. Bake 35-40 min., or until golden brown.
Hot Chicken Wings
12-15 chicken wings
1/2 c. (1 stick) butter or margarine, melted
1/4 c. Red Hot Durkee's Sauce (or more to taste)
Split wings at each joint and discard tips. Bake in 425 degree
oven until crisp, turn halfway through. Drain. Combine hot sauce
and butter until butter is melted, stir to mix thoroughly. Dip
wings in sauce to coat completely. Arrange on plate.
Sweet and Sour Chicken Wings
3 lbs. chicken wings
1 c. water
3/4 c. sugar
3 or 4 tbsp. catsup
Dash of salt
1/2 c. white vinegar
1 tsp. soy sauce
1/4 c. chicken stock
1 tsp. Accent seasoning
Cut wings into thirds. Boil tips in water for 5 min. for the
stock. Sprinkle remainder of wings with garlic powder and Accent
and let set for 1 hr. Dip wings into cornstarch, then beaten egg.
Brown in oil on high heat. Place in 9x13 pan. Cover with sauce.
Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour.
Teriyaki Chicken Wings
12-15 chicken wings
1/3 c. water
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/3 c. soy sauce
1/4 c. brown sugar
2 green onions (diced)
1/3 c. cooking sherry (optional)
1/2 tsp. ginger
Combine all ingredients for marinade, heat just to dissolve
sugar. Separate wings, pour marinade over. Refrigerate overnight.
Place wings in greased pan. Pour marinade over, cover with foil.
Bake for 30 min. at 375 degrees. Remove foil, bake 5-10 min.
longer to crisp.
Rachel Paxton is a freelance writer and mom who is the author of
What's for Dinner?, an e-cookbook containing more than 250 quick
easy dinner ideas. For more recipes, organizing tips, home
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