This is perfect to make at the last minute since there's no marinating involved ... and the flavors are awesome!
Delicious, I love this recipe, thank you
These were great. I made them for the "Big Game"! I followed the suggestions and pre-baked the wings for about 20 minutes. I then poured the sauce on and baked for another 50 minutes. Be very careful, the sauce in one of my pans got a "burnt" taste to the sauce. When I was ready to serve, I mixed two pans together and no one could tell a difference.
What can I say that hasn't already been said? After reading some suggestions, I did initially bake the wings at 350 for 30 minutes, then followed the recipe at 375 for 1 hour, turning the wings perfectly. They were caramelized, and not soupy at all. The perfect treat for our Super Bowl feast.
These were GREAT!! I cooked the wings for 30 min drained them and then put the sauce on and baked them for additional 45 min this recipe is a definate keeper!!! Thanks for sharing
I fixed this last night, delicious stuff! I marinated in sauce for 2 hours, then poured sauce off into a bowl. Baked wings for 15 minutes, drained off fat, then poured sauce back over wings. Baked for another 45 minutes. Thanks for posting!
These were awesome. My husband said he'd had wings at restaurants that weren't as good as these!!! Thanks for a great recipe. *edit* I forgot to mention that I used one cup of splenda brown sugar instead of honey because I forgot the honey at the store!
Great wings served for the football game yesterday! The wings were better than the game!!
This good but Betty White's Chicken Wings is better. Thus the 3 stars.