1lb of wingettes
1 tablespoon of butter
Cast Iron Skillet
Heat oven to 450 and coat the skillet with olive oil.
Rinse wingettes in water and let dry on paper towels. While this is happening, pour some BBQ sauce into a bowl with butter and microwave until butter is melted. Set aside.
After the chicken is dry, toss them into the cast iron skillet until they are coated in oil. Season with salt, pepper and onion powder.
Bake for 20 mins and turn little wingettes over and bake for another 20 minutes until golden brown.
Pour BBQ sauce in the skillet and then place skillet into broiler for 5 minutes to allow sauce to caramelize.
*This last step can be skipped if need be. Also, if you don’t have a cast iron skillet (and why don’t you) then just use any oven safe dish you have. This was a quick meal so the picture of the finished product doesn’t look “GREAT” only because I forgot to take the picture before I had to feed the family. Trust me, everyone enjoyed it. The BBQ sauce I used is from a company named Tessemae and is Whole 30 and the main ingredient is dates. It’s surprisingly good too.