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Garlic and Parmesan Chicken Wings

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In this video, you’ll see how to make garlic and Parmesan chicken wings. These baked hot wings start with a quick par-boiling in seasoned water, which builds flavor and gives the wings a head start with cooking so they’ll bake up nice and crisp. Next you’ll create a simple spicy garlic paste dusted with real Parmesan cheese. Your wings will emerge from the oven looking almost as beautiful as they taste with a gorgeous crispy, crunchy crust. Try these hot wings on for size at your next tailgating or Super Bowl party with creamy Italian dressing on the side. Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John's Garlic and Parmesan Chicken Wings. And be sure to check out Chef John’s patented method for how to eat a chicken wing. It’s the only way to eat a wing. See more Chef John videos >>

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kokopelli

kokopelli

Mama2lx..The thing he lifted the wings with is called a "spider" and they are extremely useful. King Arthur has them and any other kitchen type store. The rack is just a rack you would cool cookies on, also found in a kitchen store or even Penny's.

Pretty Tony

Pretty Tony

The wings were a huge hit and were extremely easy to pick up and eat. I have never believed in par boiling but this definitely worked. The flavor cooked all the way through the chicken and while baking, you don't have to turn them over! I assume the oil spray on the pan is what provides that great crust. Will do it again the next time I make chicken wings!!

wingman13

wingman13

This fella's very humorous, and a good cook too! His parboil/bake technique produces tasty wings; I've been making them similarly for years. Frying is very tasty but a little over-rated. We wing fans need to recognize when a member has done good; this fella has a recipe that won't disappoint!

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