Don’t miss these delicious and fall-off-the-bone tender turkey wings seasoned to perfection! These oven-baked turkey wings will change how you feel about turkey.
Hey folks! Today, I am showing you how to make the BEST EVER baked turkey wings! When I originally posted this recipe, it was during the Thanksgiving holiday season as part of a series. I made a Sweet Potato Cheesecake and a Down-Home Cornbread Dressing along with these turkey wings for a complete and delicious holiday meal. Now it’s time for y’all to realize that turkey doesn’t have to be reserved for special occasions like holidays! With a recipe this good, you should be making baked turkey wings all. the. time!
Turkey wings are perfect for anyone who doesn’t like a whole turkey or for a family that just likes the wings. Maybe you don’t have a lot of people to feed and don’t want to waste food—this recipe is perfect for that too! Plus, turkey wings take A LOT less time to make and cost less (OMG, have you seen the price for whole turkeys these days?! Ain’t nobody got time for that!).
This baked turkey wings recipe is super easy to make; it’s basically foolproof! The secret is all in the seasonings (as it so often is!). So let’s dive on into it.
Why Use Turkey Wings? Why Not Legs, Thighs, or Turkey Breasts?
So, why am I pushing for y’all to use turkey WINGS? Well, truth be told, you can use this recipe for any part of the turkey (with adjusted cooking times, of course). Wings are the superior part of a turkey. They’re the most tender dark meat that stays perfectly juicy—none of that dry turkey nonsense here.
If you prefer turkey legs or thighs, or even the breast, you can use the same seasoning blend I provide in this recipe on any of those parts of a turkey. I do have a recipe on how to roast a whole turkey, so if you’re going for the entire bird, I suggest checking out that recipe instead.
This baked turkey wings recipe is seasoned to perfection and really caters to the tender meat of the wings. So you get that classic turkey flavor reminiscent of Thanksgiving without hassle.
Key Ingredients for the Best Baked Turkey Wings
To make this recipe, you need a few key ingredients. As always, I include the full ingredient list and exact measurements in the recipe card below. Here’s what you need:
- Turkey Wings: as I said above, the wing is superior. Try a local butcher shop if you can’t find fresh or frozen turkey wings at your local grocery stores. For this recipe, feel free to buy whole wings and chop them up into pieces (I prefer to remove the wing tip).
- Seasoning Blend: the seasonings we use are crucial to giving these baked turkey wings their out-of-this-world flavor. I’ll give you the complete list below!
- Chicken Broth or Turkey Broth: I personally don’t notice a difference between the two—this recipe comes out great either way. If you can’t find regular turkey broth, try Better Than Bouillon, or make your own homemade turkey broth. Don’t have time? Chicken stock will do just fine.
- Lemons or Lemon Juice: now, this may seem like an odd-ball ingredient but trust me, Cousins—you don’t want to skip it! Lemon juice really elevates the flavor of the turkey AND the seasonings. Once you try it, you’ll want to flavor all your poultry with lemon!
Baked Turkey Wing Seasoning Blend:
- Onion powder and (dried) minced onions
- Garlic powder and (dried) minced garlic
- Seasoning salt
- Poultry seasoning
- Dried parsley flakes
- Salt & black pepper to taste
If you want authentic Southern flavor in a seasoning bottle, check out the variety of seasonings and spices we have at Rosamae Seasonings! We have seasoning salt and poultry seasoning (and salt-free versions of both), along with many other options for all your seasoning needs.
How to Make Oven-Baked Turkey Wings
Now, I promised an easy recipe, so I’m gonna deliver! This baked turkey wings recipe really is beginner-friendly and foolproof.
Step 1: Prep Turkey Wings
If you bought whole turkey wings, the first step is to prep the wings by chopping them up. Cut between the joint to separate the wingette (the flat part of the wing) and the drumette (or the drumstick). Cut off the wing tips and toss them or, better yet, save them to make homemade stock. You’ll also want to rinse the wings and pat them dry with paper towels. Finally, here comes the lemon. Quarter one lemon and rub one wedge over the surface of each turkey wing.
Step 2: Season to High Heaven
Next, toss your turkey wings into a large mixing bowl. Drizzle with some olive oil (or vegetable oil if you prefer), and then it’s time to season. Toss your turkey seasoning mixture into the bowl and make sure those wings are WELL COATED with all that flavorful goodness. (Note: If you watch my video tutorial below, I do not use flour in this recipe. The white powder is onion and garlic powder. You don’t need flour!)
Step 3: Bake Turkey Wings
Toss those seasoned wings into the baking vessel of your choice. You can use a casserole dish, baking dish, roaster pan, or even a Dutch oven. There will be leftover seasoning mix in the mixing bowl, so you’re going to pour the broth into the bowl, scoop up all those yummy spices, and then pour the broth into the baking dish. You don’t want to cover the chicken wings fully; you only need about two and a half cups.
Cover the baking dish with aluminum foil and bake at 350 degrees F for one and a half to two hours, checking periodically. Use a meat thermometer to check the temperature—the wings are done when the thickest part of the wing reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees F.
How to Get Crispy Skin on Your Baked Turkey Wings
Uncover the baking dish for the last 10 minutes or so of cooking time to get a perfectly crispy skin on your wings. You could use the broiler as well.
FAQs, Chef Tips, and Serving Suggestions for Oven-Baked Turkey Wings
Now that you know how to make the best baked turkey wings, let’s answer some questions. If there’s anything I missed, feel free to comment below!
My turkey wings aren’t the same golden-brown color as yours; what did I do wrong?
You’ll want to use the broiler in your oven for a few minutes to achieve a perfect golden-brown, crispy turkey wing. This will crisp up the skin and ensure those tender, delicious juices stay locked inside the turkey meat.
I don’t like lemon. Can I omit or swap out the lemon juice?
I highly recommend not skipping the lemon juice, but you can omit it if you’re not a fan. You do you, boo boo!
What can I do with leftover turkey broth and pan drippings from my turkey wings?
You do NOT want to toss out all the flavor from the pan drippings and leftover broth. Instead, save it, freeze it to use later, or make a savory turkey gravy that’s perfect for smothered turkey wings. Serve the gravy with your baked turkey wings or as a topping for sides like mashed potatoes or roasted veggies.
Can I use chicken wings or drumsticks in this recipe?
Yes, this recipe would work just fine for chicken too! Chicken legs, wings, thighs, you name it. Keep an eye on the cooking times; chicken pieces will take less time since they’re typically smaller than turkey pieces.
Can I add vegetables to this recipe?
Yes! To make this a more complete recipe, feel free to roast some vegetables along with your baked turkey wings. Onions, peppers, potatoes, and carrots would all be a delicious addition.
What are the best sides for turkey wings?
You can serve just about anything with these baked turkey wings. Here are some of my favorite side dishes for baked turkey wings!
For Thanksgiving flavors, serve with:
For a Southern flair, serve turkey wings with:
For everyday, easy sides, try:
- Cauliflower rice or rice dressing
- Creamy macaroni and cheese
- Roasted Brussels sprouts with butternut squash and bacon
The BEST Baked Turkey Wings Recipe Card + Video Tutorial
Okay, Cousins. If you made it this far, it’s time to get cookin’! I’m so excited for you to try this easy baked turkey wings recipe; I promise y’all it will change how you look at turkey! I hear from so many readers that family members who hated turkey loved this recipe. It’s a tasty turkey dinner without all the stress and effort. You can make it during the holiday season, for a casual Sunday dinner, or just because you feel like it—it’s THAT easy!
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The Best Baked Turkey Wings
- 2.5 lbs turkey wings cut into sections if bought whole
- 1 large lemon cut into 4 wedges
- 2 tbsp olive oil you can substitute it with vegetable oil
- 2 1/2 cup turkey or chicken broth or even water
Turkey Wing Seasoning:
- 1 tbsp garlic powder
- 1 tbsp onion powder
- 2 tsp seasoning salt or salt free seasoning
- 1 tsp minced onions
- 1 tsp minced garlic
- 1 1/2 tbsp paprika
- 2 tsp parsley flakes
- 2 tsp poultry seasoning
- Clean the turkey wings, then rub all surfaces of the wings with the lemon wedges.
- Next, place the wings into a large bowl or dish, and drizzle the wings with the olive oil.
- Sprinkle all of the seasoning onto the wings, then rub the seasonings all over the wings.
- Remove the wings from the bowl and place them into an oiled baking dish.
- In the bowl that the wings were in, there will be leftover seasonings. Pour 2 1/2 cups of broth or water into the bowl, stir, then pour the broth or water into the bake dish.
- Cover the baking dish and cook the wings in the oven at 350 F for about 1 &1/2 hours to 2 hours
- Periodically remove the wings from the oven and baste. Turkey wings are done when cooked to an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
- For a crispy skin, remove the wings, uncover the baking dish, and place under the broiler for the last 5-10 minutes of cooking time.
Mel Block says
A few differences in the Turkey Wing recipe….
Recipe calls for 2-1/2 cups of water and video calls for Chicken Broth
Recipe calls for 2 hrs 45 min @ 325 DEG…Video 1-1/2 to 2 hrs @ 350 DEG
HELP this new chef please
I totally typed it wrong , but I fixed it ( no more blogging when I’m sleepy! LOL) Thank you so much for bringing that to my attention. Shame on me! LOL
Mel Block says
JUST MY LUCK
We had to go on a diet (Audrey and I) to get healthy….Abused for 77 years and now I find you…You’re one hell of a cook Rosie…Wifey slipped into the category of borderline diabetic,
I had to get her off Meds and so, zero sugar…While at it I went gluton free and dairy free.
What a dull life we’re leading….Modified diet gave me replacements and her Dr, unaware of what I did, told her “See the Meds are working to control diabetes Yeah sure….When she told him I was responsible you should see the look…Doctors love Meds.. BTW her sugar levels are normal after 6 weeks..
Just a month or so more and pounds that are shedding and then back to a modified diet..
After all these years I am a believer that “You are what you eat”
but since I found you (shhhhhhhhh don’t tell a soul) I cheat on occasion..
Thanks for all your wonderful recipes and quick responses.. Stay well and have a happy Thanksgiving
My favorite side dish are greens! I lovvvee me some greens
I don’t see the changes and I really wanna make this!!
I’m really not sure what you are talking about?
Lenn T Wyche says
So which is correct, the video or the recipe?
The written 🙂
Reba Hoeu says
I made them using this yyour recipe best I had now only recipe i use
Kammese Shelton says
Yummy! My favorite dish is Mac n cheese!
Melissa Martin says
Those wings look so delicious!! I’m definitely trying this recipe.
My favorite sides for thanksgiving is, cornbread stuffing, potato salad, double eggs. *** This post is referring to the facebook about the air fryer giveway**
Looks delicious i home i win
Karen Scott says
I’m try this recipe.Cornbread stuffing is my favorite side.
My favorite side dishes are candid sweet potatoes, greens, dressing, and Mac & Cheese. If I don’t have candid sweet potatoes, I can eat sweet potato pie as a side dish♀️
Side dish it should be in my previous post.
Hazel White says
My favorite side dishes are cornbread dressing and Mac & cheese
Kristin White says
My favorite side dishes are green bean casserole and cornbread dressing..
Natisha Copeland says
My favorite side dish is greens my mom makes the best with smoke ham hogs. Oooo I can just taste them.
Felicia G says
Hi Cousin!! I HOPE I’m on the right link, because I don’t think the other COUSINS followed the rules ✅ my favorite 2 sides for Thanksgiving are your recipes for MAC N CHEESE and SWEET POTATOES!!! Now go on and give me that FRYER!!
Im not a cook. But i followed the receipe and it turned out so flavorable and juicy. My boyfriend is not a turkey fan but there was no leftovers. It w as s a easy receipe to follow and make. Thank you.. i will try others.
Can you do oxtail. And plantains. He is from trinadad and i want to learn his favorite foods. Also stew chicken
Hello there Vanessa 🙂 . I have a oxtail recipe here. I have to work on getting a plantain recipe up hun! XOXO
Do you have a Facebook page?
Cynthia Levinson says
How many people does 2.5 lbs of turkey wings feed?
It depends on the people LOL.
Yolanda Foster says
Wow, I followed your recipe to the end and my picky boyfriend loved those wings
LaShana W. says
COUSIN! Every time I see this recipe, I am ready to make it. I’ve been sad that turkey wings have been nowhere to be found.
I’m supposed to be enjoying my birthday dinner right now, but I had to stop by and say I really do enjoy these turkey wings. I’ve tried this recipe twice so far
My favorite thanksgiving sides are greens Mac and cheese and mashed potatoes with gravy!
Mac and cheese
My favorite thanksgiving side dish is the green bean casserole
Miriam Munn says
Listen cousin I have stopped eating meat but would love one night of these wings with some good ole rice.
I love Ll over your recipes and I will be using your recipe for bread pudding this Thanksgiving and my favorite side dish Mac and cheese
Annie Haile says
I Heart Recipes
Homemade dressing, Mac and cheese, collards, potato salad .
You name it.
Arleasa McGiffert says
This recipe looks amazing, I will have to try this for Thanksgiving!!!
I love this I have got to try it this way!
Elaine Grace says
I would love ❤️ dressing with this. I use most of your recipes for my dinners…
Hope I win the drawing ✍️
Rosie did you use flour in the video?
No, I didn’t use any flour for this recipe.
Hi, I wanted too cook the turkey wings and dressing together. My? Do I bake the turkey wings First and than and The dressing? Thanks
Yes. Cook the turkey first 🙂
In the video you say to pour in chicken/turkey broth. However, in the directions you said
“•In the bowl that the wings were in, there will be leftover seasonings. Pour 2 1/2 cups of water into the bowl, stir, then pour the water into the bake dish.”
Will you please clarify which step to take.
Also, is that flour? It looks like you put flour on the wings.
Did you cover it the entire time of baking?
I changed the steps. You can use water OR broth. I prefer broth, but water will work. Also I did NOT use flour. What you see is the garlic powder and onion powder.
Thanks for the clarification! Looking forward to making these.
Looks amazing.y favorite sides are Greens and corn bread dressing.
You left out how much pepper you should use…
You add as much pepper as you’d like. You know you taste buds better than I do 🙂
Thank you!=) I made this Thanksgiving and EVERYONE loved it.
These people are aggy lol you are a good cook period sharing your cooking knowledge for the good of doing keep doing you 😉
Lolita Williams says
Those looks delicious and easy to make… some Macaroni and yams would really top it off!!
I made these tonight for dinner and my family LOVED THEM! They had so much flavor it was CRAZY! This recipe is absolutely YUMMY! I’ll making them again .
I’m glad that you liked it!! XOXO
lee lee weatherly says
thanx Rosie made these today for Easter dinner! smells sooo good in the kitchen lol 🙂
Glad that you liked it! XOXO
I need to make about 4lbs of the this meat, which is 5 wings pieces between these to packs. Could you help me modify this recipe to fit my quantity needs??? Also, are you using dried minced onion and garlic or freshly miniced???? I know that normally if you double your meat then you double your ingredients and increase the cooking time by 1/2x’s more, but I want to make sure I get it right the first time lol…..
HI Joshua! I’m so sorry for the SUPER late response. You can use either dry or fresh minced onion or garlic… If you double the portion, I’d cook it in separate pans, just to make sure everything cooks evenly.
No worries and thanks!!! I actually have already made this dish and it was thebomb.com!!! Thanks again!
Daisy Henderson says
I made this recipe last night,was absolutely delicious. I omitted the fresh onion & garlic, but used all the other ingredients.
Hey Rosie, I made this dish a few months ago. Everyone loved these wings! So now I have a special request to make them again for a friend’s special dinner, along with your southern baked macaroni and cheese! Thank you so much for the delicious, and very easy to make recipes!
Thank you for giving my recipe a try!
Did you keep the dish covered the whole time? I made the smothered ones but I have a feeling I would love making turkey wings this way better.
Is the picture listed a result of the recipe? I’m trying to figure out if my wings will have that golden color.
Yes. All of the pictures on my blog are mine. The picture shown is from this recipe.
Just made these wings today. Extra trip down yummy lane!!! The meat fell off the bone and the flavors were explosive. I didn’t have the parsley flakes, but will try and find them for next time. Also made the red beans and rice…..excellent!
Will definitely try more.
Thanks for giving my recipe a try! XOXO
Marissa Curtiss says
can i use this same recipe with the.cut up wings? my boyfriend didn buy whole wings he bout the ones cut up into portions like almost diced into big chunks, will this recipe still work???
Yes, you can use the cut up wings. You can also use legs, and thighs.
Marissa Curtiss says
i did this and it was GREAT! thank you so much
Thank you for trying my recipe!
Can we make this in the crock pot?
I’d recommend sticking to the directions for this recipe. 😀
Good morning i am about to make these turkey wings and i was just wondering about the the lemon…im considering skipping this step. Can u taste the lemon or is it just to enhance the flavor? Or is it to help tenderize maybe, pleae help! Thanks
In my opinion, the lemon adds flavor. However, you can certainly skip that step 😀
I have not made wings before. Am I supposed to break off the end of the wing? I noticed that yours looked different than the ones I have in the package before me. I’m a newbie at this. Can you help?
I prefer to remove the wing tips, but you can leave them on if you want.:-D
I just made this pie today and baby let me tell you! It is sooooooo good. The only thing I did not like was the ginger. Don’t get me wrong, this pie is good! The ginger makes me think of pumpkin pie. The other thing I will do different next time is use your recipes for pie crust. I used store bought. Thanks for sharing this.
Hi Kesia! I’m glad that you were able to adjust everything to your liking! Happy Holidays! XOXO
Jean L says
I will be alone this Thanksgiving and picked up just turkey wings for me. I had looked at other sites to no avail and then I found YOU! These wings look delicious and I will be eating these tomorrow along with the rest of the trimmings tomorrow. TYVM I will let you know how they turned out. Jean L
Yes!! That’s what I did when it was just me! I made turkey wings, or a cornish hen, with two sides. I hope you have a amazing holiday hunny!
I’m allergic to garlic. Is there anything I can sub. so this dish will not loose to much of a flavor?
Omit the garlic 😀
I made this tonight and it was a hit!! Thank you for making us non-cooks seem like we know what we’re doing in the kitchen! 🙂
Hi Twana! Thanks for trying the recipe!
Thank you very much for posting this recipe. As a Nigerian, I can appreciate the use of multiple spices and ingredients in order to create a very densely-flavored dish. I have added this to my list of tried and true recipes and will share it with others.
All the best,
Hi Hope! I appreciate you coming by! XOXO
My wings don’t seem to be as golden brown. Should I put them under the broiler?
Yes, but keep a close eye on it.
pamela hudson says
I made the turkey wing recipe I just doubled the meat and a seasoning my husband really loved them he said this is the way I can make them for now on the whole family loved them having ckd its hard to cook my husband salted everything I put in front of him but not now he really loved the wings thanks so much
Hi Pamela! Glad that you liked the recipe!
Love to try new recipes, looking forward to trying this one and several other of your recipes!
Ray R says
Tried and loved your baked turkey wing recipe several months ago. About to cook some again today. As a variation, I use lime juice instead of lemon. I also add some thyme along with the other seasonings. Can’t wait!
Hi Ray! Glad that you like the recipe! XOXO
This is hands down THE BEST turkey wings recipe I have ever had. I have made it about 5 times already lol. This recipe makes me want to eat turkey wings all the time. Thank you so much for sharing it.
Hi Kimberly! I love this recipe as well. I’m currently addicted to the Barbecue Turkey Wings… Have you tried them?
No I haven’t yet but I will definitely be trying it soon lol
I followed the recipe and it was very good and fall off the bone tender. However, I had to broil them because they didn’t brown. Not sure why they didn’t come out like yours. It appears you didn’t have to broil?
I’m actually making the wings right now and I’m just wondering if for the last 45 minutes should you uncover them to brown or just let them go?
Sure. That would be fine.
I just tried the turkey wing recipe… Wow! Deelish! But I have a lot of the seasoned broth left in the baking dish. Is it safe to re-use? I’d hate to discard all that flavor, and I’d like to use it tomorrow with the leftover wings! Is it OK?
Absolutely. You can freeze it as well.
In the picture what are the wings on top of? Is that stuffing?
Yes . It is my down home cornbread dressing 🙂
Thank’s Rosie for this recipe. Cooked this yesterday for Sunday dinner and my husband loved it! Today he’s asking for left overs. Cooked just as your recipe directed, except I didn’t have paprika. Best turkey wings I have ever eaten or cooked. This one is a keeper.
MELISSA JONES says
OMG YOUR RECIPES ARE SO SIMPLE. NOW I KNOW WHAT TO COOK FOR EVERYDAY AND HOLIDAYS, THE FOOD LOOKS GOOD. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHOWING THE PICTURES SO EASILY. LOVE IT THANKS
Hi Melissa! Glad that you like my recipes hun!
If I want to use a combination of wings and thighs, would the timing be the same for each?
It really depend on the size of the parts you’re using.
Evelina M Gadsden says
I’m trying to bake them tonight for Thanksgiving dinner . What is some tips on making them crispy ? Help please in S.C. !!!
Broil during the last 5 minutes of cooking.
Evelina M Gadsden says
Thanks have a nice holiday Rosie .
Sonja Schroeder says
Hi Rosie and Happy Thanksgiving! Just a note to thank you for this recipe. Just delicious! I was reluctant to try it because I thought there was too much liquid and it would taste like something out of a crockpot. No way! It browned up beautifully and was till still toothsome yet tender. IOW, just perfect!
Lol, I too love parsley! Gonna use this technique with chicken wings and it’s true — you can teach an old dog a new trick. Thanks again!
Glad that you liked the recipe!
These look delicious! I’d love to print it so can make them but I can’t find a Print button. Am I missing it or is there not a Print button?
Hi Esther! You can print the recipe, it just isn’t a recipe card. You have to print the page.
Would it be okay to make this in a dutch oven?
Absolutely delicious!!! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!
Thanks for coming by!
I made these two weeks ago, making them again today. I wish I could post a picture
Made the wings over the weekend. I csn barely boil water but the receipe was easy to follow and very good. I couldn’t believe the flavor i receive from the season used. No leftovers and a request to make again. Fan for life
Glad that you liked the recipe!
Rosie help me please I am making this for first time for Sunday dinner. I have all ingredients except for season salt. Can I use regular salt or will take away from flavors. I am not able go grocery store. Also do I like cook for hours on 350 than broil for additional five minutes. I have older oven when use broiler fire alarm goes off. also what did you do wing tips did you just dispose of it.I know you cut it off but what you did with tip.also when u update video can you show how you clean wings. Thank you for answering my question i let you know whw it turn out.
Hi Veronica! Yes, you can use regular salt, and pepper 🙂
Update , update, Update. Ibjustvgot finish taking it out of oven. I let cook for 2 hours with foil on 350. Last 15 – 20 at 400 under cover. Thenon broil. It turned out great with regular salt and pepper. I use old bay seasoning I had when I eDid lemon wings. I didntvusevlemon. Because Itook me forever to clean wings. And trying take tip off and brake wings. After I clean it I started using bolive oil than add other seasonings. It wasn’t till I put in oven I remembered the lemon. Nice time I make I rember lemon and season salt. Thanks rosievyou saved Sunday dinner.it is going be great. I also make your creamest mashed potatoes. Thanks Rosie for your help.You are making a difference by helping people cook great meal for Sunday dinner. You brining back tradition of Sunday dinner exepect big man a is cooking its me and Rosie .
Hi Veronica! I’m glad that the recipe met your expectations! XOXO
Deb Baiiley says
I cooked this for Sunday dinner. It is truly delicious!
Hi doll!! all of your food looks delicious 🙂 I’m trying out the turkey wing recipe. Do you have a link for the sweet potato cheesecake, I LOVE cheesecake but I never had sweet potato cheesecake. I looked but I can’t find the recipe 😉
Hi Natalie! Here is the link to the sweet potato cheesecake.
How can I make a gravy without using a cream of mushool?
Hi Hun! Try my latest smothered turkey wing recipe HERE.
Sharyl Connor says
Keep me sign up!
Roz Houston says
Rosie, I took meat from the freezer on Sunday fully anticipating that I would make Teriyaki wings for the family. To my surprise I had actually unfrozen Turkey Wings. I’ve never tried to cook them and had no idea what to do and I only had a few hours to get dinner prepared.
Thank God I found your blog. Your easy to follow recipe was absolutely delicious! I have a 14 year old son and my husband that love well seasoned food. The meat literally fell off of the bone and the flavor was define. I usually use the seasonings that you mentioned with the exception of the lemon. I tried it for the first time and I will always use lemon on poultry, as the flavor went to the next level.
Thanks so much for sharing your love for cooking and your gift for teaching with the world!
Hi Roz!! I’m glad that you found my recipe!! XOXO
Hello Rosie, I plan on making the baked turkey wings this weekend. Could you please tell me which stuffing receipe you used?
I used my Down Home Cornbread Dressing in the video & pictures.
I tried out this recipe a few weeks ago, and my family loved it. I tried to make it again Sunday night without your recipe and they were edible but my mom and boyfriend said that they were way better the first time, when i watched your video as I went along. Also, not too mention, I ran out of season salt and and chicken broth but i used the other 1/2 cup of water. I think this time around I only had them in the oven for a little over an hour. Maybe the trick to juicy falling off the bone turkey wings is to let them cook for at least 2-3 hours. What do you think?
Yes, you can cook them longer. Have you tried my slow cooker smothered turkey wings? They are super tender!
Thank you Rosie for the Baked Turkey Wings recipe, and the Slow cooked Smothered Turkey Wings recipe.
Thank you for coming by Janice!
Made these yesterday and they were sooooo good!
They are in the oven now, smells sooo good, the only thing I added was cream of chicken soup and carrots to the broth after about 1 and 1/2 hours of cooking. We’re having this with mac n cheese (boxed), green beans (fresh), and dinner rolls. This is the first time i’ve done this to turkey wings, thanks so much for sharing!
Can I rub the wings with a little lemon juice in place of an actual lemon?
Omg!! I used this recipe over the weekend for my Turkey legs and wings, and it turned out superb! The meat was falling off the bones, and my hubby loved it! Thanks for sharing, and I will be making again.
Daisy Henderson says
I made this recipe last night,was absolutely delicious. I omitted the fresh onion & garlic, but used all the other ingredients.
Bunny Dooley says
i will cook the turkeywings for sunday dinner
Matia Gilbert says
My kitchen smells great right now thank you!
Hello just a thought, can you use theirs recipes on the Entire Turkey for Thanksgiving??
The Seasonings sound great!!
You sure can! 🙂
Do you think it will be too off if I used smoked turkey wings!
Yes. It would probably be too salty.
Do you think using smoked turkey legs will be ok?
Hi Marcia. Smoked turkey is usually already seasoned.
Sonja Schroeder says
Oh Rosie, just to let you know — this is a DELICIOUS recipe! Wings aren’t common in my part of the country but the butcher did his thing with leftover turkeys from his magic refrigerator. Lo and behold turkey wings! 2 for $2.
The seasoning procedure would be awesome for a roast chicken.
Thank you and a most happy new year!
Thanks for sharing this recipe. I made it as written, without tweaking anything. The wings were very tasty and well-seasoned. I had leftovers the next day and they tasted even better. Because of this, the next time I make this I will season it and marinate it overnight before baking. I will also lower the amount of paprika. While I love the spice, I found 11/2 tbs to be too overpowering. I will probably decrease it to 1 tbsp and increase the poultry season by 2 tsp.
Also, for those of you wondering how many wings to cook – three medium wings turned out to be 2.75 lbs for me. One wing person was enough for my family. I really enjoyed this recipe and look forward to trying more of your delicious food.
M Sgt says
Three years later! And I’m still using this recipe!! Sooo good….in fact I’m about to slay this today! Thanks
Listen, I made these Turkey wings the other day and they were banging!!! Lol I’m so happy I found your cooking blog, you are the best. Definitely trying more recipes
Greta Richardson says
Oh my goodness! I made these turkey wings the other day and they are the best EVER! Easy to follow recipe and such delicious flavors. My husband couldn’t stop eating them. Thanks so much for this wonderful recipe. I’ll need to check out your other recipes.
Thanks so much for trying my recipe! XOXO
Girl, these turkey wings are insane. Moist and so flavorful!!! Thank you
Martha J Dennison says
Good Morning, I can’t find Turkey Stock. Can I use Chicken Stock? I want to bake your baked turkey wings.
You sure can! XOXO
Rosie, these wings are “Off The Chain”, thank you. I’ll be doing Thanksgiving alone this year due to Covid, and this is what I’ll be making. I did make a small change however. Instead of using broth or water, I use a can of “Cream of Celery”. It makes for a nice thick gravy.
My mother has been cooking for years and she’s pretty good but we found your blog about a year ago and we have never looked back. My entire thanksgiving is going to be A la Rosie this year . Cant wait for your cook book! I’m trying to go get some of the prep work out of the way do you think I can season overnight and then just pop in the oven or would the seasoning be overwhelming?
I was wondering the same thing, seasoning the night before. I decided against it because like yourself, I did not want the seasoning to be overwhelming. I’ve made these wings before and they came out sooo good. I guess I’ll leave well enough alone. Enjoy!
Hello. Your food looks–and sounds delicious! Im trying out the baked turkeywing recipe. However, rather than baking, I’m slow cooking, as meat was frozen. Wish me luck! Thank you for inspiring me to cook.
Julie Mack says
THIS IS THE BEST TURKEY RECIPE EVER! My husband and I are not turkey eaters. My husband will eat a leg, especially at the fair or something, but I am not into it. We bought turkey wings on clearance and expected it to be a meal to get us thru the week, nothing special. Good GOSH we ate it all. I followed Rosie’s instructions, made substitutes for some seasonings, and I used about 2 tbsp of corn starch at the end in the remaining cooking liquid to make a gravy, and added lots of salt to it, because our turkey ended up not getting salted… it didn’t matter. Hands down the best turkey I’ve ever eaten. My husband is upset at all other turkey he has eaten before because it wasn’t this good.
I’ve made these a few times now and I tell everyone once you taste the broth in the end, you just want to stick a straw into it! Wonderful recipe! I am thinking of trying it with chicken thighs next and have it on a regular weeknight.
Danisa Baker says
I tried this recipe and it was really good. Since I am a single mom with one kid, this is my go to for me and him since I don’t need to cook a lot of food. I don’t eat pork so I dread going to partake with other people because a lot of times I can’t have any vegetables.
Jennifer Heard says
This is the best turkey wing recipe! My favorite Thanksgiving side is your macaroni and cheese recipe. This year all my dishes are your recipes.
Kristina M says
Chile I think ALL the Thanksgiving sides are my favorite. But I would say macaroni and cheese, potato salad, sweet potatoes and greens.
My favorite side dishes are collard greens with smoked turkey an baked mac and cheese
Ko’nai Davis says
I’m going to try this recipe for Thanksgiving. Everything that I’ve cooked of yours, have turned out delicious!
Renee HendersonGray says
My favorite Thanksgiving sides are collard greens, macaroni and cheese, and potato salad. This is just a few.
By the way, this turkey recipe is fire.
Helen Smith Makaoh says
Those wings look so yummy Cant wait to try them❤ Thank you Cousin
Reba Hoey says
I made them using this yyour recipe best I had now only recipe i use
Keja Tyler says
The Mac & cheese is the best side… now about this air fryer!!!
Melinda Roper says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are your green bean and potato recipe. Also I’ll be trying the southern dressing for the first time this year using your recipe
Lillian callahan says
My favorite Thanksgiving meal is sweet potato casserole with pecans and marshmallows
Hey Rosie, my favorite Thanksgiving side dish is the cornbread dressing with the gibblet gravy. It just warms my soul
Aida Lopez says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is Cornbread dressing. I didn’t grow up eating dressing but once I was introduced, I was hooked! This Thanksgiving I plan on using your Southern Cornbread dressing recipe and if it’s anything like your Mac and cheese recipe.. then I know it’s going to be a winner.
My favorite Thanksgiving said is the southern cornbread dressing
Nicole Lawless says
First, let me just say that this is one of my favorite recipes from you. Anyhow, my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are dressing, collard greens, macaroni and cheese, sweet potato casserole and green bean casserole. In the that order! Lol!
God Bless you, Rosie
Andrea Swint says
My favorite sides for thanksgiving are: dressing, collard greens, mac and cheese and cabbage!!! ☺️
I like the copycat Ruth Chris sweet potato casserole.
These wings look delightful! My favorite Thanksgiving side is definitely dressing!!! I gotta have it!
Best/favorite Thanksgiving sides…macaroni, collard greens, and yams! When I’m asked to cook either, I come directly here! Thanks for sharing the yummy goodness!
I love turkey wings
My favorite side dishes for thanksgiving are dressing, omggg the taste of all the spices in the dressings just makes my tastebuds happy. I love yams as well, I have a sweet tooth so this takes care of that.lol, I gotta have me some greens with smoked turkey leg… Happy Thanksgiving everyone ❤️❤️❤️❤️
I love collard greens, yeast rolls, and sweet potato pie for my fave thanksgiving sides .
Omg i want this right now. For thanksgiving im love yams, mac and cheese, baked beans, yellow rice we eat alot of rice.
Keja Tyler says
Mac & cheese is the best side… now about this air fryer!!!
Dawn C says
This recipe sounds AMAZING, and it would go great with my stuffing, which is my favorite Thanksgiving side dish!
My favorite Thanksgiving sides are dressing, broccoli rice casserole, green beans with potatoes & cranberry sauce.
Jessica Campbell says
I definitely used this recipe my first time making Turkey wings and they were really good. Another great recipe
My favorite side dishes for thanksgiving are mac and cheese, collard greens, and dressing. Of course, I use your recipes and they are hit with my family! Thank you for sharing with us!
April Peeples says
Becky Norwood says
My favorite side is dressing with cranberry sauce . Gonna do your southern cornbread dressing…. thanks for my air fryer.
Denette collier says
I’ve neverrrr had turkey wings (aside from in my greens), and this recipe looks amazing! I can’t wait to try! My favorite sides are baked macaroni and cheese, greens, and candied yams!!
Natasha mccabe says
Don’t have many favorite side dishes, but best believe some good ol’ homemade macaroni and cheese would be sitting whitin arms reach.
Renee Love says
This would be great with cornbread dressing and candied yams for thanksgiving!! I have become a better cook by following your recipes
Erica pratt says
Those turkey wings look bababbababa banging will have to try this one.My favorite side dishes are yams potatoe salad cornbread stuffing and collard greens
Crystal C. says
My favorite thanksgiving side dish is macaroni & cheese
Keisha Frazier says
These look delicious! I’ve never eaten them but I will definitely add this recipe to my repertoire.
Fresh collard Greens
Regina Cartwright says
These are THE BEST turkey wings and are in rotation at my house!!
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is YOUR yam/sweet potatoes recipe baked in my cast iron skillet
Mac N Cheese is my favorite Thanksgiving Side dish to go with this Turkey
Stephanie Crutchfield says
Sides I like are collard greens, yams, corn casserole, and dressing. Yummy
Jomayra Cruz says
My favorite side is Mac and cheese ❤️
Alondus Sampson says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is good ole, old fashioned cornbread dressing!
1st time comment, my favorite side is the collard or mixed greens!
I love candied yams and dressing the most.
Chazsing Martinez says
Cuz Rosie sent me! Lol.. Ok ok. Favorite Thanksgiving sides? Your mashed potatoes recipe. I honestly cant say it enough. I never even made mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving cuz I though that was wypipo shit but nah… I get it now. Lmaaoooo Cant get enough of it. Aside from that. I love me some stuffing, deviled eggs, GREENS and oh yea! Henney!
LaQuandra Stevenson says
Hey Cousin Rosie!! These turkey wings look amazing, as does all your food!! I would love for you to bless me with an air fryer!!
My favorite is cabbage or collards j
Kia Livingston says
I love baked turkey wings. My favorite Thanksgiving side dis b is candied yams.
My favorite sides are fried corn, greens, and dressing….. need that AIR FRYER..LOL
Alinda Saints says
Definitely gonna try this. My favorite Thanksgiving sides are cornbread stuffing, greens and mac n cheese.
Kim Adams says
Favorite side dishes for Thanksgiving are, Dirty Rice, Cornbread stuffing with the works, Collard w/Kale & Cabbage and backed Mac & Cheese.
Sandra Thompson says
Heyyyyy Cuzin Rosie
Thank you for this recipe, I’ll be making these next week for Thanksgiving, it’s just me and my son at home so and I really didn’t wanna cook a whole Turkey, so this was right on time.. I’ll make a few sides to go with them…
Collard greens (for my son…lol)
Mac & cheese
Just to name a few lol….
Happy Thanksgiving too you and your family, Enjoy
Dawana Wiggins says
Baked macaroni and cheese
Sandra Robbins says
I’ve made these before and they’re fantastic! My favorite sides for Thanksgiving are dressing, mac and cheese, greens and gotta have giblet gravy!
Hi Rosie! All of your food looks delicious! I’ve tried a few and they have all turned out great! My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is baked Mac and cheese it’s not thanksgiving without it!
My favorite sides are fried corn, dressing and greens… winning the air fryer
Crystal Carter says
Turnip greens , mac and cheese, apples, dressing, corn, potatoes
My favorite thanksgiving side dish is candied yams!
Paulette Robinson says
Hey cousin! I have made this recipe before, but my favorite side dish is the Mac and cheese. Made it for the first time last year, on thanksgiving no trial run. Everybody was like who made the Mac and cheese. I said I did, I got the recipe from my cousin. My brother gone say which one, cause you know Michelle ass can’t cook, lol. I said naw my cousin Rosie. He was like we don’t have a cousin Rosie. I said I do on my Facebook side lol. Needless to say they asking for it again this year. Thank you!
LaQuandra Stevenson says
Hey Cousin!! My favorite Thanksgiving sides are macaroni & cheese, collard greens, & candied yams!! And I use your bomb recipes every time!! I hope I’m your air fryer winner ❤️❤️
LaDonna Williams says
My favorite side dish is Mac and cheese
Socorro morales says
My favorite side dish is macaroni and cheese
I love your recipes! My favorite Thankagiving side dish is the stuffing and home made cranberry sauce!
Keep being g you cuz.!
Sony Wallace says
My favorite side is the dressing!!!’n
My favor Thanksgiving dish is jambalaya and the dressing of course. All of your food looking amazing.!!
Claudia Martin says
Yum. I’ll love to have some greens to go with it!!
Emi MacLeod-Loop says
I’ve already been talking about hints for someone to get me your recipe book for Christmas- this recipe (and the reviews) are why!
Cornbread dressing with giblet gravy
Yams and macaroni and cheese
Fawn Klinge says
Omg these look so delicious! Your videos always make the recipe so easy to make. I need to make these! Some of my favorite sides are chicken and dressing, candied yams (your recipe of course) and I love potato salad.
Chanda Jones says
Love Mac and cheese, yams, dirty rice
Kristina S. says
These wings look amazing Rosie! My favorite thanksgiving dish is Mac and cheese! Entering for the chance for the Air Fryer thanks Rosie Happy Thanksgiving
This recipe looks delicious! My favorite sides are Mac and cheese and candied yams.
Hey Rosie! I love your recipes and I love my grandmas air fryer. My favorite sides have to be sweet potatoes and squash. Favorite pie is easily pumpkin!
Yum these wings look delicious!! My favorite side dishes would be your yams and mac and cheese!!
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish, or just my favorite thanksgiving dish is oyster dressing! It’s so delicious! I haven’t had it since my mom passed. Sis tried to make it one year, but I failed terribly! I’m going to try my hand at it again
Shonda R. Newsome says
My favorite side dish to make and eat is the million dollar Mac and cheese!!
Dionne Tate says
Hey Rosie. Your Turkey Wings look absolutely delicious!!! My favorite Thanksgiving dishes to go with these would be Collard greens, dressing, and candied yams.
Shayla Smith says
*Entry for air fryer*
My fave holiday side dish is baked Mac and cheese. I made your southern bake Mac and cheese last year for Thanksgiving and it was sooooo good, I ended up repeating for Christmas and even put it in rotation for family menu planning!
I have got to try this recipe. I bet it’s delicious
Lawanda Camphor says
They look soo tasty if the holiday wasn’t so close these would be on the menu this weekend. My favorite Thanksgiving side is the dressing and baked Mac and cheese .
My sides that I love are mustard and turnip greens, cornbread dressing, potatoes salad, ham and turkey with cranberry sauce
Cortez Ci says
Best Thanksgiving side dishes for me are Mashed potatoes, dressing, Mac and cheese, yams.
Tracy Morris says
My favorite sides are mac & cheese and cornbread stuffing
Tautalafua Mason says
Cornbread dressing, bacon fried rice, brussel sprouts, cranberry sauce & corn!
My favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is chitterlings (chitlins) . Please don’t come at me! They are good.
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is chitterlings (chitlins). Don’t roast me! They are good.
My favorite thanksgiving sides are cornbread dressing, yams, Mac and cheese, and 7 layer salad
Brittani Johnson says
Can’t wait to try these turkey wings. I may just make them instead of doing a whole turkey for dinner this Thanksgiving. I can pair it with my favorite sides (mac & Cheese, cornbread stuffing, candied sweet potatoes, mixed greens and potato salad)! OMG!
Hi Rosie, I finally made it to the comment section. I love turkey wings and hate the whole turkey. For years, my father would bake a turkey and 4 turkey wings for me. My fav side is stuffing. Bye. Val
DeNesheic'a Alexis says
These turkey wings look bomb! I prefer them over a whole turkey. My favorite side dishes are dressing and rice with gravy!
Tatanisha Nettles says
Omg these wings look mouth watering they are y favorite I can’t wait to try these with my dressing made with Cornish hens and my homemade Mac and cheese
Crystal K says
Mac and cheese is my favorite thanksgiving side
Natasha S. says
I’m going to try this recipe this weekend. My favorite side dish is dressing.
Lattrice B says
I’ll be making these this Thanksgiving. I love turkey wings with dressing and candied yams on the side. Yummy!!
Sherri King says
I made these turkey wings before. Delicious!!
My favorite sides on Thanksgiving are mac and cheese, corn bread dressing, ambrosia, and greens. Happy Thanksgiving Rosie!
Hello! My favorite side dishes for the holidays are Mac n cheese, corn casserole and dressing. I’m ready to win that air fryer
I will try this next week for Thanksgiving day since me and my son aren’t huge turkey fans. But we love turkey wings with Stuffing, vegan mac and cheese (we are lactose) lol, greens and black eyed peas.
Sharon E says
This is hands down one of the best recipes I’ve tried! Tasty and easy to make! Thank you For this wonderful meal that my family requests throughout the year!
I have not tried the recipe yet but it’s on my list after Thanksgiving. My favorite sides to make for Thanksgiving and are your recipes are Candied yams and Mac and cheese. I could eat those for days at a time!
Oretha Griggs says
I have never had baked turkey legs. These look sooo hood and the recipe seems simple to follow. I will be making the soon. Thank you for sharing!
My favorite side dish is Mac&Cheese!!!
Ki Shaw says
My favorite Thanksgiving side is cornbread dressing!
Ready for my turkey wings with my favorite sides of mashed potatoes and green beans!
Mitzi crosby says
Side dishes my son requires
Green bean casserole
Broccoli rice casserole
Frozen cranberry salad
Must have desserts for him
Some consider cornbread dressing a side but we do not…its a main dish for us.
Stacey Wilson says
My favorite side dish to go with my turkey is dressing and cranberry sauce (the canned kind.) If it aint got the ridges from the can imprinted on it, ion want it!
My favorite side dishes are candied yams and green bean casserole.
Bren Bennett says
Good evening Rosie. I love baked turkey wings, I am trying your recipe tomorrow.
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is dressing. I am making cranberry sauce this year.
I am impatiently waiting for the holiday.
Awanta Edwards says
My favorite thanksgiving side dish is dressing and it would go good with some Turkey wings.
Vanessa Dixon says
My favorite side is Potato Salad. I’m going to bake these turkey wings for my house because my kids won’t eat a whole turkey! Not enough a little bit. So this will be perfect for me and hubby. Can’t wait cousin!!
These look delish
I love thanksgiving sides of yams. Greens. Mac and cheese and green bean casserole
Can’t wait to try these wings
Lory Owens says
Sound delicious and perfect for dinner for two, maybe ill try it this year! Thanks for the recipe.
Daniel bustillos says
My favorite side dish has to be the candied yams !!!
I cannot wait to try this recipe! I’ve been looking for a good Turkey wing recipe and this looks amazing!
Favorite Thanksgiving sides are mac and cheese and yams.
I will be trying this recipe with my favorite Thanksgiving side dish, Mashed Potatoes! I was trying to decide between mashed potatoes and mac and cheese! Maybe I’ll do both 😉
Wanda Smith says
My favorite Thanksgiving sides dishes are chitterlings, baked mac and cheese and candy yams.
Rose W says
I would rather have these for Thanksgiving with my favorite sides of stuffing and sweet potatoes! This recipe is so delicious!
Those wangz look like dey BUSSIN! They would go great with my fav sides….mac n cheese, green bean casserole and yams!!
Alexandra Murray says
I love me some turkey wings I would pair it with some greens and some macaroni and cheese with some cornbread! That would be my complete meal
My fav side is smack ya mama Mac and cheese!!
Robert Anderson says
My favorite Side Dishes are Green Bean Casserole and Cranberry Sauce
I must definitely try this. My mom used to make the best turkey wings! My favorite sides for Thanksgiving are greens, yams, rice dressing, and cornbread.
Lanae C says
I cooked these Turkey wings a few times and they are fall off the bone DELICIOUS. My favorite side at Thanksgiving is Rosie’s southern mixed greens because I get the combination of collards, turnip greens, mustard greens, kale, and turnips with bacon pieces ALL on one plate I can’t wait to taste them! And my family loves them!
Therese Stanley says
I understood the assignment! Oh and sweet potato casserole is definitely my favorite side dish!
Therese Stanley says
I understood the assignment! Oh and sweet potato casserole is my favorite side dish!
Tanya Bussey says
Omg this looks amazing!! I’m going to have to try this out once I’m financially able to as times is hard right now. All of your food looks amazing!!! Thank you.
Laurie Anderson says
Thanksgiving sides…greens, potato salad, mac and cheese, candied yams and dressing
Brenda Caudle says
Favorite Thanksgiving sides, sweet potato casserole, chicken and dumplings, collard greens
Jessica Roby says
Love Turkey in every form. The best thanksgiving sides (IMO) are stuffing, Mac n cheese and pies ❤️
Jeshondria McCrary says
Thank you for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. My ultimate favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are southern cornbread dressing and mac & cheese!
Jhosetta Trahan says
I haven’t tried the recipe YET but I am. I’m trying to incorporate more turkey into my meals. My sister eats lots of turkey and I’m going to share this recipe with her! We love trying recipes and comparing them when we do.
Latoya Cooksey says
These look delicious, can’t wait to make next week for Thanksgiving Along with my favorite side dishes: Candied Yams, Collard Greens, Homemade Dressing, Mashed potatoes n gravy, Southern Mac N Cheese, and some delicious Sweet Potatoe Pie.
I am new to to your blog and pages and love love love the recipes. It took me retiring to finally have time to use these delicious recipes. Can’t wait to do your Turkey wings and southern cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving. Black Friday is not coming fast enough…
Rosalyn Butler says
My favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is dressing and my sweet potato casserole
D. Ellis says
My favorite side dish is chicken dressing!!! Can’t wait til next week.
My favorite side dishes are chicken dressing, greens, mac n cheese, and yams. Can’t wait until next week.
My favorite Thanksgiving side is candy yams with mac n cheese
Dressing , Mac and cheese and sweet taters
Penny R. says
I haven’t tried this recipe but I can’t wait to do so.
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is candied yams, or is it Mac n Chz? I’m confused. lol
Charlotte Trimble says
I found you by luck earlier this year and I have been a loyal follower since. You are a true foodies delight and we love you!! Please don’t stop being your authentic self! Love the way you handle the trolls!!
Charlotte Trimble says
Best Thanksgiving side dish is Mac and cheese. Only make my special recipe for Thanksgiving and Easter because it’s so rich. But the family loves it!!
I love this recipes presentation and will make it for this Thanksgiving! My favorite side is a Cajun rice dressing , and I totally dig the traditional soul sides, greens of any kind, Mac n cheese, and potato salad!
Dontae H says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are yams, greens and mac & cheese.
I need to try these baked turkey wings ASAP! Looks delicious. My fav side dishes would go great with these. Lol
These turkey wings look amazing and I will definitely be trying them out very soon. Go to side for Thanksgiving will always Mac and Cheese and Yams. The combination is everything. Thank you for sharing g your talent with the world.
Mona Saunders says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are baked macaroni and cheese, candid yams, mashed potatoes, and collard greens. And if I have ham I must have potato salad. Yes, I put all of this on my plate along with the turkey.
Deborah Caldwell says
My favorite Thanksgiving sides are cornbread dressing and Macaroni and cheese!
Sharon Boston says
I’m using this baked turkey wing recipe for my Thanksgiving day meal, along with cornbread dressing, macaroni and cheese, and sweet potatoes.
Kristi Hollinquest says
I love cooking this recipe. My favorite thanksgiving side is Mac n cheese and your recipe for it is amazing.
Lakita Gay says
This recipe looks delicious! One of my fav Thanksgiving side dishes is cornbread dressing.
LaShauna Walker says
Here’s the deal….if you don’t have candied yams with the sweet sauce seeping into your baked Mac and cheese which sits beside your collard greens…it AINT NO thanksgiving. Amd don’t forget the cornbread stuffing, homemade gravy, and cranberry sauce.
Those my favorite must have sides lol.
PS: Great recipe!
Kerri Spence says
Love these. And my favorite dish is your corn casserole
Sonya Long says
Hello I love the greens and the stuffing and I will be trying your recipes this for both and my turkey wings thanks
I love yams, Mac and cheese, and dressing! I almost don’t need meat
Lafaithia Washington says
I absolutely LOVE baked turkey wings and have never cooked them before. I am looking forward to trying this recipe. So nervous because ai never cooked them & need them not to be tough. Wish me luck… once I find some darn turkey wings, Lol
Love love love turkey wings, can’t wait to try your recipe
Bobbi Boutte says
This sounds delicioussssss omg!! I think I may try the wings this year in my new home!
My favorite side dish (so I HAVE to pick only oneee??) But I think I’m gonna say dressing! My mama only makes it once a year. I love me some Mac & yams, but I eat that all year.
My absolute favorite thanksgiving side is Mac and cheese. I can eat it all day and not need anything else to go with it. It would go great with this Turkey wing recipe though!
Hattie McLaughlin says
Mac and cheese and dressing
LaRonda LaMothe says
My favorite side dishes for Thanksgiving is dressing and Mac and cheese, I eat that for at least 3 days
I will definitely have to try this! My fav side dishes are mac n cheese, candied yams, & greens.
Sonja Johnson-Hall says
Hi Rosie! I love YOU and I love your recipes! I must say Greens are my absolute favorite Food in the world on Thanksgiving and Everyday since I was a child. If they are good all I need with them is my fork and it’s ON! No vinegar, no hot sauce, No nothing. I also love Cornbread, Dressing, Black eyed peas, Sweet potatoes and broccoli/cheese casserole. I still get down with some Chittlins on Thanksgiving!!! I’m a city girl Born and Raised …with Country tendencies .
Christian Hairston says
Miss Ma’am! These look amazing! As a matter of fact, when my sisters make our holiday dinners, I make a special request for turkey wings because they are so flavorful. I am certainly using this recipe for Thanksgiving and for weekend dinners, too . My husband and daughter don’t eat meat, but me and my son will go to town on these wings!
Rhonda Woods says
I made your turkey wings earlier this year and they came out so good. Will be making them again for Thanksgiving using your salt free seasoning. My favorite to eat is dressing and mac & cheese.
Sidonie Bryant says
This recipe looks amazing I can’t wait to try it! My favorite sides are dressing, potato salad and greens.
I will be making these turkey wings for thanksgiving this year. My all time favorite sides are dressing with cranberry sauce and yams. I like all of the traditional sides too but dressing I can eat the left overs for days
Sandy Gonzalez says
Can’t wait to try this with my fav side dish… Mac & cheese! (Yours of course!) Made your mac&cheese for thanksgiving last year and everyone loved it. I am officially the Mac and cheese person for thanksgiving! Going to bring some of these wings this year too! Wish me luck!
Janice Mitchell says
Those look delish!
My favorite sides are the traditional ones that we’ve had in my family for years: dressing, mac n cheese, either string beans with potatoes or we’d have greens, yams, deviled eggs, potato salad and sweet potato pie
I love me some candiede yams and brown siger ham with orange soda them make any holiday meal epic altho i dont like every body food. Your candied yam recipie is my familys staple thanks
My favorite side dishes are mustard greens, candied yams, macaroni and cheese and cornbread dressing. I have followed all of these recipes from your book. I’m so glad I purchased it!
Richard Aldaiz says
To go along with these delicious wings my favorite sides would be homemade cornbread dressing and gravy with sweet potato casserole.
My favorite side dishes for Thanksgiving are macaroni and cheese and collard greens with smoked neck bones.
My favorite side is cornbread dressing.
Hey cousin!! These wings were the bomb, my boys aren’t crazy about turkey but that night they had seconds!! My thanksgiving favorites are definitely Mac n cheese, fried cabbage and sweet potato casserole yummy
Ashley Krywko says
My favorite thanksgiving side dish is cheesy potatoes! I look forward to it every year!
First of all, thank you for sharing all of your recipes with us. The recipes are really good. Secondly, thank you for your gifts to the community and to single moms like me. We appreciate everything you do!
Oops. Forgot to mention my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. They are macaroni and cheese, collard greens and candied yams.
My favorite side dish is greens, it doesn’t matter what kind.
Shauntel Blake says
My ultimate favorite Thanksgiving side dish is my aunts dressing. I have to get her recipe! Omg delicious! I got to have greens, Mac and cheese and sweet potatoes with it! Mmmm mm good!
Latrice Campbell says
My fave Thanksgiving side dish is baked mac n cheese. These look delicious and would go well with it.
Lindsey Holley says
Buying wings instead of a turkey would be cost effective since our Thanksgiving holiday will be a small gathering. This recipe will go well with my dressing and giblet gravy! Gotta have both with turkey and don’t forget the cranberry sauce!
Jana Williams says
Hi Rosie, my favorite Thanksgiving side dish has always been green bean casserole. Super simple but so delicious! I always wonder why I only make it on Thanksgiving.. I guess this is why it remains my favorite and so good because I only eat it once a year..
Catina Watson says
I’ve made tons of your recipes! Will definitely be trying this turkey wings recipe. My favorite Thanksgiving sides are broccoli and rice casserole, yams, greens, cabbage, Mac and cheese, cornbread dressing, potato salad, and green beans.
Karen King says
Thanks for sharing this recipe. I am eager to try it since I love wings and these look yummy! Bonus that they are low fat.
My favorite dishes for Thanksgiving are dressing, mac & cheese and it used to be my mom’s gumbo before she passed.
Gail Grayson says
Love these baked turkey wings!
Gail P Grayson says
My favorite sides are dressing and cranberry sauce.
Rachel polk says
OMG I’m definitely going to try this. I was just telling my mother that big ole turkey takes up most of the dressing. More turkey and less dressing. This looks like the perfect way. Can’t wait to try it out
Evelyn Cimmino says
I really never had a favorite dude fish, but if I had to chose I would say homemade stuffing. My most favorite of all is the family getting together. Bigger than a Sunday dinner. This year will be so different. Less than a month ago the heart, soul and rock of the family went home to Jesus. My mother will be missed along with all her specialties. No matter how much you learn or try nothing ever tastes like your mothers cooking. Might get close, but never the same.
Charraine Williams says
My favorite Thanksgiving dish is hand down the dressing!
I like Turkey wings. My favorite side is the cornbread dressing.
Rhonda Myers says
I love cornbread dressing and don’t forget the cranberry sauce from the can.
Shantel Gibbons says
This would go great with some greens and dressing.
My favorite side dish at Thanksgiving is Broccoli casserole!
I can’t wait to make these next week for Thanksgiving. I’m doing wings and a breast.
Michele Cottingham says
My favorite Thanksgiving side dishes are greens, sweet potatoes, and macaroni and cheese
Janice McKnight says
Those wings look delicious! Some cornbread dressing and collard greens on the the side would be amazing.
Bertha Tabb says
Candy yams and potato salad are my favorite!!
Nesia G says
Definitely have to try this recipe with your Baked candied yams and southern Mac and cheese which have become a staple in my house.
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish I’ve made is your cornbread dressing and Mac and cheese. So good!! My family loves both!
Charmayne Smith says
My favorite Thanksgiving sides are greens, cornbread dressing, Mac n cheese and candied yams.
Darlene Boyd says
Purple Hull Peas, Greens, Cornbread Dressing, Candied Sweet Potatoes are some of my favorite side dishes.
Richelene Moore says
Hi cousin my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is greens, mac and cheese, and potatoes salad. Those Turkey wings look amazing.
Jessica ford says
Hey my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is mac and cheese and corn pudding I tried the baked turkey wings came out so good thank you
This recipe is on my list for thanksgiving this year but my favorite side dishes are Mac and cheese, yams, potato salad, greens, creamed corn, cabbage, and green bean casserole. I know I’m greedy lol. Heyyyy cousin ❤️
My favorite side dish would probably be Cornbread Dressing, Sauerkraut w/smoked turkey, Macaroni and Cheese
Melissa Moses says
My favorite thanksgiving side dishes are collard greens, baked Mac and cheese, cornbread dressing with giblet gravy, and sweet potatoes pie with a cold glass of sweet tea to push it down lol
Dionne Robinson says
Favorite side is dressing!
Keasha Floyd says
My favorite sides are collard greens and mac ‘n cheese. FYI your mac ‘n cheese recipe was a HIT at last year Thanksgiving dinner, THANK YOU!!!
Shante Spears says
My faviorite Thanksgiving sides are yams and mac& cheese. You know when that candie yam juice hits that macaroni YES COUSIN! Happy Hoildays!
April woodall says
My favorite side dishes are dressing with gravy and your soul food mac&cheese!
Shantrice Meisha says
Made these lovelies but then added bbq sauce to half of them! It was amazing! A go-to recipe. Looking forward to modifying to deep fry turkey wings for the holidays!
Anita Dondero says
This recipe is always go to here in my house. My grandbabies love it . And of course every year your southern Mac n cheese corn bread yams and greens are favorites in my family. Have a relaxed and blessed holiday❤️
Alisha Lee says
This would be delicious with southern baked Mac n cheese and cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving
Vivian Smith says
Greens is my favorite dish.
Dejuana Joof says
My favorite Thanksgiving side is dressing with cranberry sauce. This is ALL I need for Thanksgiving to be complete. Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours!! ❤ P.S. There will be so many I Heart Recipes on my Thanksgiving table, I absolutely love this website. From desserts to easy weekday meals. I appreciate you for all you do to help folks like me get our cook on!!
My favorite side cornbread dressing.
Sherry Gross says
Hi Rosamae!! My favorite side dish is macaroni and cheese. Your recipes are the same as my grandma. Her yeast rolls were the bomb. That’s my next recipe to try.
Mae L. says
I love frying my wings haven’t done them baked yet cause i can’t leave grease alone lol. But I’ll do better sooner or later. But my fav side dish is Candid Yams!!!!!!!
❤ all your post of your recipes tho keep em coming sista
Cassie B. says
My favorites sides are Scallop potatoes, Collards, and Cornbread dressing. I loves the holidays and I am always seeking out recipes to WOW em and I love watching your YouTube channel, Facebook page, and I Heart Recipes website! Thanks for me and better cook!
Devon Pickford says
These look like a tasty alternative to chicken wings!
Jean R says
Hi Rosie.. I’m not cooking turkey this holiday, but I sure enjoy eating sweet potatoes, greens and mac and cheese together ❤
My favorite side ever is dressing…. wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without it!!
Rosie this is my go to recipe and my family loves it. This time around I’m making more ~ roughly 4 lbs. can this be made in a roasting pan?
Hi Leigha! Yes, you can make them in a roaster pan.