24 chicken wings

2 sticks salted butter

1 tablespoon Morton's hot salt

1/2 cup lemon juice

First, clean and pat dry your chicken wings. Set aside. Next, in a medium sauce pan, melt butter and then stir in seasoning and lemon juice. Using tongs, dip each wing into the sauce and place on a baking sheet. I placed a cooling rack on top of my baking sheet, which I think    really upped the crisp factor. After all the wings have been dipped in the butter mixture, take the remaining butter and use a pastry brush to give them one last coating. Sprinkle the wings with a little more seasoning. Roast the wings in the oven at 400 degrees, for approximately thirty minutes. Half-way through cooking, flip the wings and give them an extra coating of butter and seasonings if desired. Place the finished wings under the broiler for a few minutes, until they are nice and golden brown.

Printed from A Bitchin' Kitchen
Recipe adapted from The Pioneer Woman