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My new favorite chicken recipe!
will make it again, next time going to try ribs.
This recipe was aweful! Way to trhin, and if wings and legs had cooked any longer they would have burned! I did the 350 degrees for an hour but had to turn it up to 400 for about 15 minutes. The wings were not what they claimed to be, but the "THIN" sauce wa<br/>s awesome!!
Super easy - the way my mum and even nana has been making them for years! For a bit of extra pizazz add a dash of cayenne pepper or hot sauce to the mix. Yum!
Sounds great. Cant wait to try this. Will keep you posted
I am pretty sure I have this same recipe. I have to check the ingredients but I have been making it forever. I think I got it from our local newspaper and it was called Fourth of July Chicken. My recipe was for cut up wings, tips removed and it made five pounds. I have had more requests than I can count to make this for parties, showers, picnics you name it. Even my daughter will ask me to make it so she can take it somewhere and get the applause! It is good hot, warm or cold.
Very yummy and easy to make!
This recipe was great. I did not use the olive oil, but sprayed my pan with nonstick cooking spray. I also added two tablespoons of chili garlic sauce (since I read on one of the other reviews that they would have liked the sauce spicier). I turned the pieces over about every ten minutes and did achieve a very nice caramelization. It seems like you can not over cook the chicken. The longer you leave it in, the better it gets, so don't be afraid to leave it until it does achieve the caramelization. I can't wait to try it on wings or ribs as others have suggested.
Thank you for this recipe. It is quick and easy to prepare and has turned into a family favorite!