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I bought a large back of frozen chicken wings since they were on sale. The package directions say to put x amount of frozen chicken wings on a cookie sheet and bake. I have done this but since they are frozen they do not cook.

Now I just defrost them before baking or deep frying them.

Do you defrost your chicken wings before cooking them? Also how do you cook your chicken wings?
 

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i take mine frozen and rinse them till i get them unhooked together. then place them on cookie sheets with parchment paper underneath and bake at 375 for an hour then turn up when they are wet underneath to get them to brown.. and they are perfect. we sauce them last in a pan.
 

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In the summer I usually grill them, in winter I put them in the oven.

If yours aren't cooking maybe you have to adjust the temp or time a little for your oven. You are waiting until the oven is completely preheated before you put them in, right?
 

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I cook them frozen in the oven per instructions, though I add 5-8 minutes to the cooking time.
 

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I thaw out first in cold water. I deep fry mine for about 15 minutes then toss in hot sauce and butter 50/50.
I don't care for them baked.
 

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I think I pretty much always bake them frozen, they seem to cook just fine.

This is a great stove top recipe that you make with frozen wings:

Garlic Chicken wings in Coke

By melsmom on February 24, 2004

* timer
* Prep Time: 10 mins
* Total Time: 1 1/4 hr
* Servings: 4

Ingredients

o 1 1/2 lbs chicken wings
o 1 tablespoon olive oil or 1 tablespoon cooking oil
o 6 ounces Coke
o 2 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce
o 1/2 cup brown sugar
o garlic powder, to taste

Directions

1. Fry wings in the oil in a skillet until browned.
2. Mix remaining ingredients and pour over wings in pan.
3. Cover pan and cook slowly for 45 minutes.
4. Remove cover for the last 15 minutes to thicken sauce.
5. Watch carefully, turning often.

© 2010 Food.com. All Rights Reserved. Garlic Chicken Wings In Coke Recipe - Food.com - 84927
 
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