Thursday, November 29, 2012

Old Bay Wings

So here's a great Maryland twist on an old staple.  Old Bay wings are big around here but at $10 or so a pop they get expensive.  ShopRite had a great sale on fresh chicken wings so I thought why not try it myself.  OMG!!!!  They were so fresh and awesome right from the fryer.


  • Fresh chicken wings
  • Old Bay
  • Deep Fryer with your choice of oil


Preheat deep fryer to 350-375 degrees.

Cut chicken wings.  Cut off the tip and discard.  Cut the drum stick and thigh apart.

Place the chicken on a paper towel so any excess juices drain out.  This is important so you don't have as much splatter.

Place chicken a few pieces at a time (or more if you have a bigger deep fryer) for approximately 12 minutes.  Flipping occassionally so they cook evenly.

Take out and immediately sprinkle a generous amount of old bay on each side.

Enjoy!  Super easy and so yummy!