These wings are a hit and my boys ask for them regularly. I use an orange blossom honey that you can get in the cheese section at HEB. It’s in a glass bottle with a stopper but you can make your own by squeezing oranges into the honey and then glazing the meat. This also works well when baking a ham.
You’ll need: Two packets of Winglets1 Tbsp. Garlic Salt1 Tbsp. PepperOlive oil and that Orange Blossom Honey
In a flat and shallow pan lay out the washed wingletsDrizzle olive oil on them to coat lightly…for those cooks that measure stuff you’ll use about a tablespoon Lightly sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper and then run a glaze of the orange blossom honey in a zig zag pattern across each winglet. Place in a 375 degree oven for 30 mins and then crank up the broiler and watch them to make sure they are crispy and cartelized but not burned. Hint: There’s no sauce needed for dipping as these are absolutely PERFECT from pan to plate!