Put the wings in a bag and gently cover them with salt and pepper. Sift in the flour, and coat the wings with it. Fry the wings in medium-hot oil.
In a bowl, add in melted butter, Parmesan cheese, lemon pepper seasoning, and garlic and gently mix together.
Once the wings are fried, drain off the excess oil, and while they are still hot, mix them into the bowl from Step 3 and they are done!
You can also add a tablespoon of lemon juice to the seasonings. A squeeze of citrus makes these wings quite refreshing.
Story Behind this Recipe
8 years ago, I used to live in New York. I worked at a supermarket there and we sold pizza and chicken wings. The supervisor in charge of the section was an elderly woman who would make these from time to time. This is her original recipe so when it came to the portions for the ingredients, she would just say "A bit of this and a bit of that~" I watched her make them, then rearranged her recipe a bit. Her chicken wings are supposed to be spicy, but since these aren't, they're a hit a with the kids and folks who aren't big on spicy food.
When cooking the wings, if you think to yourself "Are these a bit overcooked?" they're probably just right. I prefer using drumettes, but you can use the mid-sections of the wings and they'll still turn out delicious.