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Yummy! I didn't have coriander on hand, so I used parsley instead. I also added some olive oil so the drumsticks would brown. The lime is a refreshing bright taste, a nice change from the heavy breaded chicken. Thanks for sharing!
Fantastic wings!! My boyfriend wanted wings with just a hint of lime and they were perfect for him and I wanted lots of lime so I just squeezed a wedge over top of mine and they were exactly what I wanted. Loved them, would make again for sure!
These are the absolute BEST wings I have ever eaten!!!!!!! Thank you soooo much for this recipe. It is superb!!!
I love anything with lime and corriander so this recipe was fantastic! The kids even liked it which says something. I got them to help crush up some corriander and mix the sauce together too, then I put the chicken into a zip lock bag with the sauce and let it marinade a while, then put some more sauce in, shook it, shoved it in a pan into the oven and away we went! Mashed potatoes were great with it because it soaked up the juices...thanks for the recipe!
delish! only I doubt I will make it again. It is going to take me 2 days to clean the pan. The honey burned onto the pan within 10 min of putting them in the oven. So not only has it become labour intensive but it has smelled up the house. If someone has a suggestion - I will listen! It did not burn on the chicken itself, just the pan.<br/><br/>Also a bit amusing - the title is for wings, the ingredients and instructions use drumsticks. Don't think it really matters thou as reviewers have mentioned both. I used drumstick. wonderful flavour if I can just get past the clean-up I will make them again for sure.
I substituted wings, about 18 instead and baked them in a covered pan. Came out great! Definitely drizzle some lime juice on just before serving which really perks it up. Served with brown rice pilaf and smothered cabbag.