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I made this for my husband to take to a pot-luck. Every body LOVED them. Said they were the BEST chicken wings ever! When baking, I kept transferring them to a "dry" cooking sheet to make them crispier.

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MommyRodriquez October 06, 2004

This was great! I didn't have powder mustard so I used regular dijon. I didn't have time to thaw or marinade the wings so I slow baked them from frozen at 250F for 2 hours in the marinade (effectively marinading and thawing as they cooked!), then I removed most of the liquid and "crisped" them at 400F for 20 minutes each side. I took them to a party and they disappeared very quickly. Thanks for posting!

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hammadjamila June 17, 2012

I so loved these! I tend to not have the patience to marinate overnight. Did manage to marinate a few hours then basted them with the extra juice while cooking. They weren't as great as a night of marinating would have been I'm sure, but still excellent! And the baked juice that I scraped off the pan...to die for!

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g #2 March 27, 2011

These are AWESOME!! My husband not a wings fan, loved them!! Everyone must try them!

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angie April 30, 2009

Easy recipe to prepare! I added fresh chopped jalepenos, pineapple juice and extra garlic. Used only half the marinade and let them bake until the marinade cooked to a glaze. I made them for an office party and everyone was raving about them. This will be a regular in my book

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mda1908 March 27, 2009

we threw these on the grill for 20 minutes and it worked like a charm. Everyone loved them. My brother thought they were the best wings ever.

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jenfa July 19, 2006

Easy to make recipe and I received rants and raves from my party guests. I doubled the amount of chicken and left everything else the same. I baked them for 1 hr 15 minutes to get the extra juice dissolved and it still came out great!

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Misty Harris April 08, 2006

I tried this recipe yesterday because I needed a late night snack. The combination of ingredients tastes great, but I did a few things differently. Instead of regular onions, I chopped 3 stalks of green onion (I usually like to use just the greenest part). I also used 6 cloves of garlic because I love the stuff! I just didn't get the crispiness I wanted. I had to put it under the broiler for a couple of minutes just to get it slightly crisp. I'll definitely be making this in the future. When I do, I think I'll try grilling it instead of baking it.

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jaxcat December 21, 2005

Beginning of summer vacation and the kids must be fed constantly. My daughter's comment 'The best chicken I every had'. I made 4 lbs of chicken, but did not double the soy sauce. It was perfect.

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Tara Colquitt June 20, 2005
Baked Chicken Wings Hawaiian