Easy Tailgating Recipes – Old Bay Wings

Best Chicken Wings Recipe - Old Bay Wings

Are you ready for some football? Whether you are looking for easy football food recipes or an easy tailgating recipe this is a winner!  Here in Maryland Old Bay is a staple in our kitchen and chicken wings are a must during a game.  These wings are a football snack hit, especially with my blue cheese dip



  1. Mix together flour, Old Bay, and cayenne pepper in a gallon size Ziploc bag. Close and shake well.
  2. Add chicken wings to Ziploc bag and shake well coating all wings.
  3. Place wings and any excess flour mixture on a cookie sheet in a single layer and let sit for 1 hour to soak up seasonings.Floured Old Bay Wings before going into fryer
  4. In a dutch oven or deep fat fryer heat oil to 350 degrees. Use enough oil to fully submerge wings.
  5. When oil is at 350 degrees add 1 stick of unsalted butter.
  6. Cook wings for 10-15 minutes or until desired crispness. Do not overcrowd wings!
  7. As soon as wings are out of the fryer, sprinkle with a generous amount of Old Bay Seasoning.
  8. Serve with Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce on the side.

Preparation time: 5 minute(s)

Cooking time: 10-15 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 8

Look at these fun football themed serving trays I found to serve your wings on.

striped football serving tray









football serving tray

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  1. Superbowl Party Food Ideas says:

    […] around the corner so it’s time to look at some Superbowl party food ideas. I have a great recipe here from Kooky Carols Kitchen Concoctions for Old Bay Chicken Wings. These are a HUGE hit in my home! Plus, you’ll want to watch my Superbowl party tips video to […]

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