Oven Baked Maple Mustard Chicken Wings are tender, fall apart flavorful wings great for watching a big sports game, having a board game night or as an appetizer for your next party. These fall flavored wings are flavored with maple syrup and two types of mustard for a unique flavor combination.
1 ½ - 2lbscut chicken wings
2tablespoonscanola oil or neutral flavored oil
Kosher salt to taste
1 - 1 ½tablespoondijon mustard
1tablespoonwhole grain mustard
Preheat the oven to 400 F. Line a baking sheet with either parchment paper or silicone mat.
Using a mixing bowl, toss wings in canola oil until well covered and then season well with kosher salt.
Place the wings on a baking sheet, making sure the flat sides are making contact with the baking sheet for maximum browning. I separate the drumettes and flats so that I can put the drumettes in the back of the oven where it is hotter.
Cook for 30 minutes until beginning to brown and skin is getting crispy. The wings should register about 165 F internally.
Remove wings from the oven and place in a large mixing bowl. Toss to fully coat with maple syrup. Place wings back on the baking sheet, making sure the browner side is facing up. Cook the wings for another 10 minutes until the maple syrup is starting to caramelize and smell sweet.
In the large mixing bowl add the hot wings and both types of mustard. Toss well to coat evenly and serve immediately.
Cooking time is for cut wings, which means drumettes and flats are separate.
If you aren’t cooking on parchment paper or a silicone mat, use tin foil and spray it lightly with oil to avoid a sticky mess from the maple syrup.
Use real maple syrup for the best flavor.
Reheat these wings on 350 F in the oven on a covered baking sheet for 10 minutes or until warmed through or in the microwave.
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