After the chicken wings are done boiling in the water, transfer them to the baking sheet you prepared and greased earlier. Preheat the oven for around ten minutes and push the baking sheet inside.
When broiling, the chicken wings should be only 3–4 inches away from the top heat. Plus, it would be best if you didn’t leave them inside for long because they’ll be directly under intense heat.
Broil them on one side for around 2–3 minutes, then flip them over and leave them for approximately 5 minutes. The overall process shouldn’t take more than 8–9 minutes, so the wings don’t burn or get too dark for your liking.
You can check them every minute or so to make sure the heat isn’t too much for them.