Chicken wings. They're not just for game day or happy hour. Pair them with some veggies and fruit and they actually make a delicious and easy meal any day of the week. Sure, they can be a little messy to eat, but that's all part of the experience. Plus, most kids love finger foods, so they are sure to be big hit at the dinner table.
The beautiful thing about Tastefully Simple is we have so many sauces that you'll never get bored with your wings. Check out the "Get Sauced" pages in our latest catalog to see how easy it is to pick your chicken, pick your sauce and pick your cooking method. In minutes, dinner can be decided!
When looking through all my sauce choices, I ended up going with Vidalia® Onion Dressing because it didn't stand out to me as a traditional wing sauce. I love it as salad dressing, especially the Vidalia® Onion Spinach Salad, but I haven't really used it many other ways. So I'm happy to report that as a wing sauce, it did not disappoint.
The original recipe on our website is for Slow-Cooked Vidalia® Onion Chicken. However, I don't actually own a slower cooker. I know that seems crazy, but it's true. (I guess I know what to add to my Christmas wish list.) So I decided to bake mine instead. I love how brown and crispy they get in the oven anyway.
So here is how easy it is to get Vidailia Onion Baked Chicken Wings on your table. First, add your chicken wings to a large bowl and salt and pepper them to taste. I used Seasoned Salt and Garlic Pepper Seasoning instead of boring, old regular salt and pepper.
Next, coat the chicken with Vidalia® Onion Dressing. No measurement is really needed. Add enough to make them a bit saucy.
Place the chicken on a greased or foil-lined baking sheet and bake at 350°F for 60-70 minutes.
Halfway through baking brush both sides of each wing with more dressing.
Use the remaining Vidalia® Onion Dressing as a dipping sauce and enjoy the sweet and tangy flavors.
The next time you need a quick dinner idea, just wing it!