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Published on September 23rd, 2015 | by Kristen Swain


Oven Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings

WINGS!! I love love love wings. The crispy skin, the hot chicken and any delicious sauce they are dipped in.

I think you are just going to love this recipe I created for Oven Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings.

We often have friends over and I love to create appetizers and dinners with a variety of wings to chose from. Just recently hubby went to a work event at a local bar and was talking up some of the bar’s garlic Parmesan wings. I had to try to create this recipe, the combination sounded so good and the result was impressively pretty and the taste is a light, delicate coating over the crispy wings. Perfect if  hot wings are too spicy for you, or you are just looking for a new idea to take along to the tailgate party.


I sauted the garlic in the olive oil and butter to tame it’s strong flavor, and the parmesan just coats the outside and gives off that tangy scent of aged cheese. The flavors go really well together, but this is not a spicy hot wing.

The wings are cooked, then put under the broiler for a little while to get super crispy and delicious! Bonus of no added fat from frying them.

For the record, hubby said my wings are totally different in flavor then the bar wings, but that was a good thing. He liked the flavor of mine a bit more. Plus, and this is important, you probably already have all the ingredients you need to fix these in your kitchen, minus the wings.


Place your wings on a foil covered pan. Salt and pepper them, place them in a 350 degree oven for 25 minutes.


Once they are cooked, drain off the liquid in the pan.

Then preheat your oven broiler to high. Place the wings back in the oven for another 15-20 minutes, checking them often to assure they are getting brown and crispy but not burned.


In a pan, add 4 tablespoons olive oil ( I used extra virgin) and 4 tablespoons of butter.

Melt them and add 1 heaping tablespoon of garlic, let saute for about 3 minutes on medium heat.

Watch carefully to not let it burn.


Pour into a bowl big enough to fit your wings.

Add 3 heaping tablespoons of chopped parsley. Add 1/2 teaspoon salt.


Once your chicken wings have broiled, and they are crispy and brown, remove them from the pan and add to the bowl. Then toss them in the butter/olive oil mixture.


Remove the wings to a serving platter and sprinkle on about 1/3 cup of Parmesan cheese.

Serve and enjoy.

PS- they are still delicious at room temperature!



2 dozen chicken wings, seperated

salt and pepper

4 tablespoons olive oil ( I used extra virgin)

4 tablespoons of butter

1 heaping tablespoon of garlic

3 heaping tablespoons of chopped parsley

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/3 cup of Parmesan cheese


Cover a cooking sheet in foil, add chicken wings, salt and pepper the wings. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.

Remove from oven, drain off liquid and heat oven broiler to high. Broil for 15-20 minutes until brown and crispy.

In saute pan, add olive oil and butter, let melt, then add garlic and saute on medium about 3 minutes. Pour mixture into bowl, then add parsley and salt.

Remove crispy wings from oven,  and place into bowl. Toss wings to coat with mixture. Remove to serving tray and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.

Makes 2 dozen wings.






Eat and enjoy!



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43 Responses to Oven Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings

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  2. Hi Kris,

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  8. DHappy says:

    Made these for Superbowl. They were outstanding. I will never again order take out from the pizzeria when I want crispy wings. Thank you for an awesome recipe.

    • cmiy says:

      Hi DHappy! thank you so much! yes, I agree, when you want crispy they are just best made at home! glad you like them!

  9. Batbara says:

    Greatest chicken wings I have ever had. I’ve made them twice now. First time for company and everyone loved them.

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  11. Kathy says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe I made it for Super Bowl my husband was working that night and he just wanted something when he came home for dinner while we watch the Super Bowl made it for him he said it was better that he would get at a resturant now he’s starting to tell everybody about it so the next time I’m going to have to make it for company so I’m going to have to make a lot more than two dozen. I’m gonna trying give it a shot tonight and make it with legs and thighs I hope it comes out good

    • cmiy says:

      Hi Kathy! I’m so glad you enjoyed it, sounds like it was a big hit with your hubby! I have thought about expanding the idea to bigger pieces of chicken, I hope they turn out, it sounds great!

  12. Laura says:

    I made these tonight after I saw the recipe on Pinterest. They were really good! I have saved the recipe. Thanks!

  13. Emily says:

    These are the best wings I’ve ever eaten. So simple! I’m making them again tonight but I’m using legs. I will never eat out for wings again

  14. Gia says:

    Could this be done on thighs? Would anyone be able to tell me if it was still good? I’m really excited to try it :)

    • cmiy says:

      Hi Gia, yes, you can do this with thighs as well, another reader posted that it was wonderful!

      • Hannah says:

        Hi! I’m planning to use skin-on thighs with this recipe. Should I do anything different? I’m hoping to achieve the same flavor as the wings— which were outstanding!

        • cmiy says:

          Hi Hannah, I would think they would take a little bit longer in the oven, but should be basically the same! good luck!

  15. Alexa says:

    Made these tonight with just legs (they were on sale) and they were AMAZING! Baked for 35 minutes at 400 degrees and broiled on high for 7 and they were had perfect blackened skin and moist centers. Definitely making these again. Thank you!

  16. Miki says:

    This recipe is awesome and delicious and tasty. My favorite two ingredients garlic and butter. I made wings as well as legs it worked very well. I always add extra of everything because I have a very strong tasty palette. This recipe can work well with wings and chicken leg I’m not too sure about thighs but I think breast as well… the taste is incredible I recommend it too everybody!!!:) instead of just salt and pepper I prepare them from the very beginning with a mixture of garlic olive oil and salt, then I stirred them all up and I put them in the oven then I follow the rest of the recipe to the T

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  18. Tenneh says:

    Made this and it was a hit. Everyone loved it! I will make this again.

    Absolutely, DELICIOUS!

  19. kim says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe! Just made these tonight! I have been looking for a good wing recipe and these hit the spot!

  20. Constance says:

    What if I don’t have olive oil, can I use vegetable oil?

  21. Jill says:

    I added more salt, less garlic and 36 wings instead of 24. I had to add time to the cooking process but they were excellent.

  22. Marissa says:

    Can you make buffalo hot wings the same way? Besides obviously using different ingredients to make it spicy….

  23. Alissa K Scharf says:

    These came out great. I always make buffalo wings, so wasn’t sure if my kid would eat these instead and they were a hit. I didn’t change anything.

  24. Jocelyn says:

    After reading many comments stating that these were in fact the best wings, I decided I had to take a crack at them.. And they absolutely did not disappoint! This was my first time making chicken wings, and I can say without question that this will be a repeat recipe!! Thanks so much for sharing!

  25. Hobbsgirls says:

    I used chicken legs, because that’s what I had, and they were awesome!!! Husband said it’s one of his top three recipes. Thank you.

  26. Jaime says:

    Do you use frozen or thawed wings?

  27. Lea Neal says:

    These are gorgeous. What a fabulous receipe. Thank you so much.

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  30. Laura says:

    I made these for New Year’s Eve and they were AMAZING!!! My husband who does not usually eat a large portion, ate almost the 2lbs. of wings himself!!! They got perfectly crispy and that is what he looks for in wings, plus the flavor was delicious! I made exactly as directed, but only one difference. Another appetizer overflowed and made our fire alarm go off, several times, so I had to remove the wings a few times to quickly clean the oven out, so cooking time was longer. Making again for Super Bowl this weekend! Maybe I need to double the recipe!! Thanks so much, definitely a keeper!

  31. Kristen says:

    I love these wings! It’s great to be able to use the oven – no need to grill. I put lemon pepper and garlic powder before baking them.
    My dad who has stage 4 cancer and didn’t have much of an appetite lately – ate 7 wings on Super Bowl. They were a huge hit!

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