I’ve tried before by utilizing a baking/grilling method and they were OK. They didn’t crisp like I wanted and there was, honestly, still a little more fat on those bones than I like on my wings. Still, they were a better option than the deep fried, sugar covered options at a sports bar so I stuck with it. No longer!
This recipe takes some time, albeit mostly wait time, but I promise they end up pretty darn delicious.

Mix together:
1/4 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup white wine vinegar
1/4 cup franks red hot sauce
4 garlic cloves, minced
Optional: 4 tbsp soy sauce
Optional: 3 tbsp sriracha
Salt and pepper

Add 3-4 lbs organic chicken wings and sauce into a big zip lock bag and let sit in the fridge for up to two days.

When you’re ready to cool them, preheat the oven to 325.

Put the wings on a rack in a baking sheet pan (a cookie cooling rack works great)…reserving extra marinade.

Cook for 1 hr 45 min, turning and basting with marinade every now and then.

Like I said, it takes some time by its so easy and SO worth it. Play around with the recipe! Add honey, or apricot jam, or try a different hot sauce…the method is what’s important for a really tasty at home wing.