- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
Husband said this was the best chicken I ever made!!! Really good.
Delicious wings. I had to add additional time at the end but the results were great. Nice, easy recipe.
Made with nice size legs. I added 1 2/3 tbl of chili sauce and a tbl of corn starch ( no oil added) with the other ingredients and marinated overnite. 350 degrees for 1 hour and 375 degrees for 15 min marinating every 20 min during cooking time. Caramelized to perfection. Believe the corn starch helped the sauce to stick to the chicken better.
Incredibly tasty and easiest of easy. This has been in my regular rotation for years now. A real 5-star recipe for busy working parents. I throw this together with some rice in the rice cooker and some frozen veggies, and it's a healthy, kid-approved meal on the days I don't have any spare time or energy.
FANTASTIC! The smell in your kitchen will surely bring the family to the table...probably before they're done! Perfect for a party. If you like a crispy wing, follow the suggestion by another poster to bake the wings first and then baste, but if you like a fall off the bone tender (and not crispy) wing, follow the recipe to a T and you will NOT be disappointed!
Fantastic recipe! I used more than 3 pounds of legs and there was still plenty of sauce. I cut the honey back to 1/2 cup and used gluten-free tamari sauce. I baked the legs for 30 minutes, then turned them over. Baked another 30 minutes while basting frequently. This is a fool-proof recipe good enough for company!
Not that this recipe needs any more 5 star ratings but it is really really good and easy!!!!<br/>Thanks for sharing.
This was easy and a picky eater kid pleaser 3 times over. I'm not a big fan of chicken but I really enjoyed this dish.