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This recipe is so easy to make and turns out absolutely fantastic. Everyone are licking their fingers and craving for more of this delicious dish. Next time I will do 6 lbs chicken wings. I was very careful not to overcook; the first time I made them I overcooked the sauce and it was inedible! Made properly, this sauce would be great over many different types of foods.<br/>I like to play with my food and I did here too. Okay...all of you wanting to do the skinless boneless chicken and want the sauce to be thicker...here's how: 3/4 cup katsup 3/4 honey 1/2 soy 3-4 cloves garlic 1/2 teaspoon tabasco cook the mixture on the stove top until boiling and reduce heat. Pour on top of chicken and bake at 350*F. for 35-40 minutes...it makes the thick sauce we have been looking for in this recipe...I made this for REVIEW MY RECIPE SEPT-OCT 2013..... Thank you!!! Grpa
I reserved some of the marinade and cooked with a slurry of cornstarch to baste in the final minutes. After being cooked, they were gone within minutes. Seems my best trick is making food and margaritas disappear. Made for A-NZ Recipe Tag.
We just loved these delicious sweet wing though I did cut the honey back by half for dietery reasons and baked at 170C fan forced oven for the hour for fall of the bone tender chicken wings. Thank you AZPARZYCH, made for ZAAR Stars.
These were good, my whole family really enjoyed them. They were fall-off-the-bone tender and the flavor of the sauce was excellent. I cooked them for the full hour, plus turned my oven up another 50 degrees and cooked them for an additional 5-6 minutes. My only complaint is that the sauce doesn't get as thick as I want it -- I thought they could stand to be stickier and more glazed. Perhaps this could be solved with cranking the oven up higher for another few minutes, but I didn't want to risk drying them out. Overall a great recipe and definitely one I'll use again.
i made this for football yesterday. I did cut the honey down to 3/4 c because it sounded too sweet. Next time I will probably only use 1/2 c of honey. They baked up nicely, so I was happy not to have to deep fry or grill anything. I think I would maybe "brown" them in a small amount of oil before placing in the baking dish to crisp them a bit. No matter... the flavor was delicious. I will definitely make these again. Thank you for your recipe. (Made for Football tag 2013)
The sauce was excellent. I don't usually cook with soy sauce so I put a lot less and added chicken broth to make up the liquid. Instead of chicken wings, I made chicken parts and browned them on top of stove then put them in the oven with this sauce. Thank you for such a great idea
This is actually a recipe from 365 ways to cook chicken and it is missing a very important ingredient. Before you pour the sauce over the wings you need to sprinkle the wings liberally with black pepper...the mixture of the sweet with the pepper is amazing.
This are so sticky licking finger good...we just loved them...I cut the recipe in half and cooked them in a 7X11 pan...which I covered in foil for easy clean up...I did need to cook mine for an extra 30 mins to get them to caramelize...but it was worth the wait because the meat just fell off the bone while eating them...they were so tender...thanks for posting it...=)
The sauce is absolutely delicious, but when the chicken was done the sauce was not caramalized. (I followed the recipe exactly as written.)
Liked my fingers once, liked my fingers twice and then snatched one away from DH. I made as written cutting down to serve just two and it worked out fine. We both really enjoyed these sweet sticky little wings, thanks for the post.