Yesterday I tried a recipe that is pretty darn good! It is a baked wing, but not as greasy. It also has a nice crispy baked skin. I bought fresh chicken wings and cut them up myself. All you need is a good knife. Cut through the joints for easy separation. Don't toss out the wing tips! I freeze them, and when I have enough, I boil, then simmer them to make chicken stock. I have a nice supply of homemade chicken stock in my freezer which I use for soups and to make rice with nice flavor.
While this recipe had a sauce recipe to make, I opted to use Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce blended with Trader Joe's Siracha BBQ sauce. Nice and sweet with a touch of heat, and mixed to our personal preference. I also make my own sauce from scratch from time to time, which you can do too! Limits are endless and only restricted by time available and the desire to make your own. Making this recipe with organic ingredients is also an option, which I prefer to do when organics are affordable and readily available. My family gave this a thumbs up, so it's now going into the dinner rotation.