Fried Chicken Wings

Hello, September bugs… Anything new in your world these days? Well, I am working hard this September, and after reviewing several recipe requests, I decided to make videos. So stay tuned for upcoming recipes, because you’re going to love them.

With a Fall weather already approaching, and football season is here, I thought to share my ultimate comfort finger food, FRIED CHICKEN WINGS. As much as I really love hearty soups during this time, sometimes a girl gotta have some soul food, right?

I do have kind of a love-hate relationship with fried food, and I know whatcha gonna say: “Sandra, you’re posting the healthiest smoothie, then heading in the whole different direction!?” I know, I know, but we got to indulge sometimes with something like this, plus mashed potatoes, gravy, and collard greens… Who can say NO to that? Not ME, that’s for sure.

Wings! The coating is light, but the skin is incredibly crisp, overall lightly seasoned with just a little kick from chili powder, and the meat is juicy and tender. Only question remaining, who wants some?

Jokes on the side, it is DA BEST chicken wings that I’ve made.

1. Delicious. ✓ 2. Addictive.  3. Crispy. ✓ 4. Juicy ✓- And did I say DELICIOUS? ✓✓✓ Oh, yes! Yes, I did, but I have to add it again, just in case if you haven’t heard me before. Dip these in delicious Sriracha-Honey Sauce and you got yourself a lip-smacking wing.


Fried Chicken Wings

Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Keyword chicken, fried food, party food
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4
Author Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking


  • 20 chicken wings approx. 3.5 lbs., family pack.
  • 1 1/2 cup/s Cornstarch
  • Peanut Oil or any other with a higher smoking point. For the regular DEEP pan/pot w/ a lid, use between 48-72 FL OZ (1.4L-2.1L) -ALSO it depends on the size of your fryer.


  • 1/4 chopped Onion OR 1 tbsp. Onion powder.
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon Chili powder
  • 2 teaspoons Salt
  • 1 tbsp. Oil


  1. Using a sharp knife, separate carefully the wings at the joint. Remove the toe of the wing and Wash the wings under cold water, as well as the board and knife. You can cut the tips of the wings and discard if you wish. A safe cooking internal temperature for chicken wings is 165°F
  2. In a large mixing bowl, add the ingredients for the marinade. Mix everything to combine. Add chicken wings, and mix, massage, and get all the wings coated with the seasoning.
  3. In another clean bowl, add about 1 1/2 cup of cornstarch. Dip each chicken wing/piece into the cornstarch, shake a bit, then place on the plate. Discard the cornstarch after you are done!!!
  4. Preheat your oil to 375F (190C). And fry in batches. Deep fry the wings until about 90% cooked, about 10 minutes. Drain oil using a wire basket or a wire rack for a few minutes, then drop the wings for the second time, and deep fry it until the wings are crispy, approx. 3-5 more min. The wings should be deep golden brown. Drain oil again in a wire basket or a wire rack for a few minutes before digging in.
  5. Serve immediately!

Recipe Notes

You can use Deeper pot/pan with a fitted lid. If you use the lid, the temp., of the oil will not cool as easy, and the chicken will cook faster. Oil: Use any oil with a higher smoking point such as Peanut oil, coconut and olive oil. I used before corn and canola oil and it burns faster,



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