Bacon-wrapped Chicken Wings

This is the easiest most delicious recipe ever. You will need the following stuffs for the deliciousness:

  • chicken wings
  • smoky bacon
  • chicken spice
  • rosemary (optional)
  • toothpicks

Make sure your chicken wings are thoroughly thawed (try saying THAT really fast a couple of times..), rinsed, and dried (on some kitchen towels). Sprinkle a little (only a little, seeing as bacon is salty already) chicken spice on the wings. You can also add a sprig of fresh rosemary, or a pinch of dried rosemary onto the chicken before wrapping it in bacon.

Take a nice and long piece of bacon and start wrapping it at a diagonal angle. Try to cover as much of the chicken wing with the bacon as possible. Take a toothpick and secure the bacon. Try to push the toothpick through the two bones of the wing, that way you’re sure your ensemble won’t come undone. Make sure there are no loose ends of bacon that will unravel in the oven. That’s just messy! In fact.. I recommend cleaning your oven out after this one. Make as many of these little darlings as you can possibly fit into your oven and then put them on a rack with something underneath it to catch all the bacon fat.

I used a convection oven and I had them in there for 25 minutes at 190 degrees Celsius. They came out perfect! If you’re afraid of chicken and you prefer your chicken a little less juicy, then I guess 30 minutes will be okay as well. The bacon keeps the chicken nice and juicy and the smokiness of the bacon makes for pure bliss. Enjoy!

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