So yummy- I have made this with thighs, drumsticks and wings- all for an hour and it is divine! Thank you!!
These were so simply to make . Our family really enjoyed them. We loved how all the flavors went so perfectly together. We will definitely make them again. We are also thinking of adding some oriental red peppers to them to give them a bit of a kick.
I scanned the reviews before preparing this recipe and I'm glad I did. I eliminated the salt because even though I used low sodium soy sauce, it was STILL plenty salty. I also basted the chicken legs every 20 minutes. This step is a MUST to get the caramelization. The honey I used had begun to crystallize in the jar, and it seemed to enhance the caramelization. I also bumped up the heat to 375 for a final 15 min. after the first hour was up. Perfect.
I made the caramelized chicken, followed the steps exactly and while it tasted great and everyone loved it the sauce didn't caramelize... What did I do wrong
The best darn wings I've ever cooked! Thumbs up for this recipe. I LOVE IT!
Super Delicious!!!<br/><br/>I used chicken thighs with this recipe.<br/><br/>Pat your chicken dry before you put it in your casserole dish<br/><br/>I cooked the chicken for 1 hour and then poured off most of the remaining juices. I left about 1/2 cup of pan juices and flipped the chicken pieces over<br/><br/>Put them back in the oven for another 10 minutes to caramelize.<br/><br/>I also added crushed red pepper to this recipe.<br/><br/>I served it with rice & green beans and a side of corn bread.
I Joyce Smith McDonough, GA just made this today and it was so good, please try making this for your family. It is so easy to do , just follow the directions. I will be making this again. 8-16-2014
this recipe is great for chicken and pork!!!! I love it but add just a touch more garlic and ketchup!