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I doubled this recipe...except for the soy sauce and honey. I used 3/4 of a cup of soy sauce and whatever honey I had left. I marinated them in the refrigerator for a couple of hours before cooking them, since I got home a couple of hours before hubby and wanted to have dinner done before he got home. I haven't tried them baked yet, but the sauce was good. A little too salty, but not terrible enough to not eat. I'm serving this with fries, since hubby got a choice of rice or fries. I'd have prefered rice, but that's what I get for giving an option. I'll let you know what we think.
ETA: Oh, my awesomeness! These were amazing. I should have listened to the other reviewers who baked them first then added the sauce. I ended dumping the sauce off into a bowl and basted them while they baked at 450* for another fifteen minutes while I waited for my fries to cook. They turned out very good this way. Maybe even better then baking them first.
I used reduced sodium soy sauce and followed the recipe. Great wings!
The BF said this was the best chicken I ever made, and trust me, I have made a lot of chicken. Keeper.
This was a good recipe. Following the reviews I baked the chicken for about 20 min without sauce at ~175C, drained the fat then added the sauce. I then increased the oven to 190C and flipped the chicken about every 10 min for an hr until the sauce began to caramelize. I did use the oven's broil option for the last 15 min to see if that would help the process. My only changes to the sauce were to use 4 cloves of garlic and a bit of cayenne pepper. The chicken came out tender and I thought the pepper added a nice balance to the honey.
OMG!!!! First and foremost, I've never even tasted carmelized chicken wings so this was completely new to me. I cooked them yesterday and they were AMAZING! I followed the instructions to the T and the wings were gone before you knew it! Super moist and tender...my mouth is watering now just thinking about it!!!!!!
Wow! These came out soooo good. The only thing that I did different was add 1 tablespoon of ketchup and 1 tablespoon of garlic chili sauce because I love it spicy. *drool*
This was great. I used a touch less honey and some cayenne for some spice. Thanks!
Just made these for supper tonight. They were excellent!!
These were the best. And they are so easy to make. My neighbor said I need to bring some over more often. They were gone in no time. Will be keeping this for furture use.
I use this recipe all the time now that I found it. We like wings hot so I substitute Habanero Hot Sauce that I canned over the summer for the ketchup in the recipe. It makes a great sweet and spicy combo of flavor. Thanks for the recipe.