wow, I just reread my post and sorry for the grammar errors, but I'm sure people got the gist of it.
Well, I like to make home made wings and this is how I do it.
1.Fresh wings (wash and pat dry and cut the joints and burn off any remaining hair)
: sprinkle some paprika, use a little garlic powder, red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper and salt and pepper. Place wings in those big freezer type baggies and leave it in the frig over night. You want all those spices to infuse into the meat.
*For you breaded people
Mix all your spices into the flour then bread. Salt and pepper goes on after
your bread them. You don't need to coat the wing in milk or egg, they should be sticky from when you washed them. After you you take them out of their over night stay in the frig the wing will look white because the flour is absorbed into the skin and like this because when you fry it the flour does come off. Some people like to re-bread them after they have been in the frig, but trust me you don't need to(overkill).
: I have a little $60 deep fryer from target that does the job nicely, or you could pan fry w/ oil. Fry the wings for 15 mins or until crispy (floating) and let them sit for a minute.
: Pour some Franks Red Hot in a bowl or container in which you will put your wings in. Put some crushed Parmesan cheese and garlic powder in the sauce with some red pepper flakes (eye ball it). Shake wings in sauce and eat(I got this sauce recipe from a buddy of mine).
I'm sorry I can't give you measurements on this stuff, I eyeball everything. You could tweak it any way you like.
I like both breaded and unbreaded wings and they are both tasty.