Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings
Chicken wings are just one of those things that I personally can’t get enough of. Pair them with a nice bold IPA and some crispy french fries and I can die happy. I decided to do a grilled version of Wingstop’s garlic parmesan chicken wings because I love working on the grill and also because I don’t have a deep fryer and I hate frying in my tiny apartment. AND I like to stay a little on the healthier side of life whenever I can.
I started off with one small party pack of chicken wings and dried them well with a paper towel.
If you remember, The Babbling Brooke does meals for one so anything you see here, just multiply it to easily account for more people.
I minced 3 cloves of garlic and sat aside salt, pepper, and smoked paprika for seasoning, and oil for coating.
I started with the oil and coated the chicken wings well. Then I seasoned with salt, pepper and smoked paprika. I let them come to room temperature if you didn’t do that in the first place, and turned my gas grill onto high heat. This grill has 3 burners, so I turned the middle to medium and the two outside ones to high. If you have a two burner grill, just turn one to high and the other to medium. I do this so I have a safe place to move the wings over a tad if flare ups get a little ridiculous.
Cook for about 15 min, turning frequently to ensure nothing get’s burned. Once the wings are cooked, toss them into a bowl and toss with parmesan cheese. Serve with ranch or honey mustard and enjoy!
These chicken wings are almost as good as the ones at Wingstop. Wingstop fries their wings, and anything deep fried is obviously tastier, so I really can’t win in that department, but these sure do come close!