Breaded and fried chicken wings are a great snack. They can be labor intensive, but for my taste buds it is worth it. Best way is either buy a box of pre-mixed breading or mix your own in a bowl (flour and lots of spices) to bread the wings. Dip them first in eggs you have beaten and then cover with the breading. Important: fry slowly. Don't be in a hurry. Get a nice brown on them, but be sure they are done.
All time best way is to marinate them in either a store-bought BBQ sauce or your own mixture. I marinate mine overnight. Then grill them. Again, this is labor intensive, but the flavor and crunch is just wonderful. You have to constantly keep turning the little suckers, or they will burn on the outside and not get cooked in the inside. I start at the first wings I put down and just turn in the order I put them on the grill until they are all turned. Then I start all over with the first ones, etc.. I don't add marinade until they are all almost done, or everything will just be burnt.
I love to barbecue, so it is worth the effort to me. P.S.: mine are always spicy hot! There are never any left overs. Just put a few bowls out with Ranch Dressing and be sure to remind everyone that 'double dipping' is verboten.