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    This is a family favorite and so simple. I first got the recipe from a friend who was a chef in a Japanese restaurant. When I married my husband he was using the same recipe he got from his Japanese ex-mother-in-law. It is so versatile we have used it for chicken breasts, wings, thighs, salmon, halibut, beef-kabobs - even veggies!

    Recipe #190605

    27 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This has become my #1 wings recipe; love 'em! I serve these as a main course, but I think they'd be great to serve as a snack or appetizer, or take to a potluck. My son and I really enjoy these (DH, on the other hand, hates wings of any kind; his loss); I hope your family enjoys them too.

    Recipe #81666

    This is the BEST recipe for hot wings and I have tried many others over the years ---I make these quite often for my parties and everyone loves them --- you may double all ingredients if desired, if you are doubling the ingredients, I suggest to just start with 2 tablespoons hot sauce such as Louisiana hot sauce then add more to reach the desired heat --- I have even prepared these on the grill instead of the broiler and then finished cooking them in the oven with the sauce, another idea is you may cook the wings hours in advance or even a day ahead cool slightly and just leave them in the fridge overnight, then the following day just coat them in the hot sauce and then bake them in the oven, you may even prepare the hot sauce a day ahead in fact it tastes even better if prepared in advance just refrigerate overnight, preparing the wings and the sauce in advance is a great time saver if you are making them for a crowd,

    Recipe #124868

    Perfect balance between sweet and tart!!

    Recipe #214945

    These serve as a great appetizer, but I've also used it as a meal (the serving size would probably be different)! They are unbelievable and I've received so many compliments on them.

    Recipe #43687

    Baked chicken wing appetizers with a fruity pineapple-orange based sauce. Very good! Great for parties and sports get-togethers.

    Recipe #77820

    The marinade is simply wonderful and so easy. If you bite into one of these hot off the grill the rest may not make it into the house! Make extras because the kids will eat them cold the next day. I marinated the wings for 6 hours to overnight. I also use 1 tablespoon of fresh ginger finely grated instead of ground ginger.

    Recipe #31266

    68 Reviews |  By Debe

    A family favorite at the cabin.....

    Recipe #19666

    90 Reviews |  By Manda

    These Chinese style wings will definitely become a fave! Everything is prepped the day before, so all you have to do is pop them in the oven. They are great served with a cheesy potato casserole and fresh green salad. No need to worry about the leftovers because they are great when eaten hot or cold.

    Recipe #16584


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