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Easy 3 Ingredient Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

This dry rub baked chicken wings recipe is so easy to make! If you love baked wings, then keep reading. These dry rub chicken wings come out of the oven nice and crispy.

Baked Dry Rub Wings

How to Make Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

The dry seasoning for wings is so simple and tasty. With this recipe, there isn’t any measuring or mixing. You shake the seasoning on the wings, and that’s it!

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How to Fry Chicken Wings Without Flour?

Apply seasonings directly to wings. Or you could put the seasonings in a gallon ziplock bag. Add wings and toss to coat the wings.

If oven baking chicken wings, add a little baking powder to the seasoning mix. Baking powder doesn’t have a taste and will help crisp the wings.

What Goes With Chicken Wings?

What to make with chicken wings for dinner? Are you wondering what sides go with chicken wings?

What’s the Best Dry Rub for Wings?

McCormicks Montreal seasoning is one of the best dry rubs for chicken wings.

  • McCormicks Montreal Seasoning is always ready to go, you do NOT need to add additional seasonings.
  • Montreal Seasoning is gluten free, no MSG added, and has no artifical flavors
  • This seasoning comes in large quantiies and is inexensive.
  • Montreal Seasoning is versital. You can use the seasoning on longs of different meats. It tastes great on hamburger patties, pork chops, steaks, etc.

Equipment Need to Make These Dry Rub Wings

  • Baking sheet with sides – I used a profession half sheet baking pan. If you don’t have one, get one, I use mine just about everyday!
  • Parchment Paper – parchment paper is nonstick and helps the chicken cook evenly, helps regulate the temperature, and helps crispy the chicken wings skin.
  • Foil– Optional but using foil makes clean up super easy. Layer the baking sheet with foil and then top with parchment paper.
  • Oven

Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings Ingredients

Here’s what you’ll need to make these dry rub wings.

How to Make Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

Prepare fresh wings. Open the chicken wings pack and take out the wings.

Break the wings up into drummette, flapper, and wingtip.

You will be using the drummettes and flappers for this recipe.

Prepare a baking sheet with sides. Cover it with foil and parchment paper.

If you have to choose between foil and parchment paper, go with the parchment paper!

Lay drummettes and flappers on the prepared baking sheet.

McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning Oven Baked Chicken Wings

Get your baking powder and McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning ready.

Sprinkle Seasoning on Chicken Wings

Sprinkle a little baking powder on the chicken wings. Next, sprinkle a generous amount of Montreal seasoning.

Flip the wings and repeat sprinkling baking powder and seasoning on the other side.

Bake wings for 20-25 minutes.

Flip chicken wings over, repeat, and cook for another 20-25 minutes using tongs.

Keep in mind that cooking times may vary depending on your chicken wings’ size.

3 Ingredient Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

This is what the chicken wings look like when they are done cooking.

My wings were large, and I ended up baking them for 50 minutes – 25 minutes per side.

Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

I served these Dry Rub Oven Baked Chicken Wings with a green salad topped with Big Mac Salad Dressing.

My husband loves this salad dressing, it’s very similar to 1,000 Island Dressing, and it’s made from scratch!

Baked Dry Rub Wings

Easy 3 Ingredient Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

Delicious crispy oven-dry rub baked chicken wings recipe. This 3 ingredient recipe is so easy to make and bakes in the oven.

Ingredients

  • Fresh Chicken Wings - Separated into three parts
  • McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning
  • Baking Powder

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 420.
  2. Cut chicken wings into three pieces, discard the tips or save for another recipe.
  3. Line baking sheet with foil and parchment paper (optional).
  4. Spread chicken wings in a single layer on a baking sheet.
  5. Sprinkle lightly with baking powder.
  6. Sprinkle generously with Montreal seasoning.
  7. Flip chicken wings over and repeat.
  8. Bake wings for 20-25 minutes.
  9. Flip and bake for an additional 20-25 minutes.
  10. Remove wings to a serving plate.

Notes

Baking time may vary according to wing size.

Common Chicken Wing Questions

What Temp is Chicken Wings Done?

Chicken is safe to eat when it reaches 165 degrees.

How Many Calories is in a Baked Chicken Wing?

A baked whole chicken wing, with skin and without breading, contains 110 calories. Keep in mind chicken wings come in different sizes. A larger baked whole chicken wing with skin contains 130 calories.

How Much Protein is in Chicken Wings?

Whole Wing SizeProtein
Large Chicken Wing11.46 grams
Medium Chicken Wing8.52 grams
Information from fatsecret

What are Wing Dings Chicken?

Wing Dings are frozen breaded chicken wings purchased by restaurants. The restaurant typically deep-fries wing Dings before serving. Wing Dings may be bought by the case or the pallet. You can find more information here.

How Long to Fry Chicken Wings?

Fry chicken wings on medium-high hot oil for 5-6 minutes per side. If your wings are extra-large, you may need additional cooking time. Chicken is safe to eat when it reaches 165 degrees at the thickest part or near the bone.

How Long to Bake Chicken Wings at 400?

Bake fresh chicken wings on a piece of parchment paper for 25 minutes per side. Flip wings after the first 25 minutes and continue cooking for a total of 50 minutes. If wings are extra-large, you may need additional cooking time.

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