I am a huge fan of taking classic dishes and putting my own twist on it. These wings have become a favorite starter dish of mine and also are highly requested by friends and family when we have get togethers.
2In a food processor combine garlic and basil and pulse until resembles a paste.
3Begin stuffing the mixture evenly under the skin of each wing and place on a greased baking sheet. Bake about 45 minutes, until crisp and juices run clear.
4In the meantime combine olive oil, orange juice, honey, balsamic vinegar and salt in a medium sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for flavors to meld and sauce reduces slightly.
5Using a pastry brush, glaze wings 15 minutes into cooking time and each 10 minutes after that until done. Watch wings carefully to prevent them from burning.
Cooking in college is nearly impossible, but Boston University student and CHOW.com intern Austin Pohlen knows a nifty trick for how to fix that problem. This special College Edition tip is part of a series aimed to help students on a budget with food and entertaining while living away from home.