The Most FIRE Chicken Wing Recipe You'll Ever Need
  • Fran C

The Most FIRE Chicken Wing Recipe You'll Ever Need

Chicken wings are such a staple piece. You can make them a side to a celebration platter, or just a meal. Regardless of how you cook your wings up, this recipe will create the best chicken wings you will ever make in your life.

I personally do not like to deep fry things or do anything with my food that requires cups at a time of oil or fats. This recipe is for baked and crispy chicken wings with a seasoned lemon flavor and spice. Using a dip is optional because the flavor is already so good.


1 pound chicken wings

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

2 teaspoons Mrs. Dash® Lemon Pepper Salt-Free Seasoning Blend

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons butter

2 garlic cloves minced

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1/8 cup honey or agave (optional to give a sweet and sticky wing feeling)


*I personally prefer to marinate my meat so if you're reading this ahead of time, I suggest taking your wings out now and seasoning them for a few hours. If not, proceed.

In a large mixing bowl, add chicken, 1 tablespoon oil, Mrs. Dash® Lemon Pepper Salt-Free Seasoning Blend, garlic powder, and salt

Mix and ensure all of the chicken wings are coated with your seasoning ingredients

Optional: Cover and leave in the fridge for 2-3 hours. But if you're like me and only start looking for dinner recipes an hour before dinner time, we can skip this step and just throw our wings in the oven.

At this point, set your oven to 375-400 degrees

Spread the remaining tablespoon of oil onto a flat pan or on parchment paper

Lay down your wings and then place your pan into the oven for 15-20 minutes

During this time, create your glaze by melting butter, adding in the garlic, pepper, and the optional sweetener

Once the wings are complete in the oven, take them out and coat with your glaze

Place wings back into the oven for 5-8 minutes (depending how crispy you like them)

Remove from the oven and serve immediately

I love this recipe for when I want to make something low maintenance. It's literally just throwing mixtures together and then putting the product into the oven. Unless you overdo it with the salt, this recipe has room for you to mess up and still taste amazing. Good luck!