We used this recipe for a family get together. It took longer than the hour to get these to caramelize, but the smell of these baking was very appetizing and they came out a nice color. I was however, disappointed in the taste. I felt these wings were rather bland and needed something else, so I added adobe chipotle peppers mixed with plum jelly onto the wings and baked them for another 10-15 minutes. I usually don't revise recipes because I believe it's not a fair review after it's been changed. These just didn't turn out the way I had hoped. Sorry
Made many nice recipes from this site but I just signed up to rate this one! Very very TASTY. I didn't have ketchup and used tomato puree with some tabasco instead. VERY delicious.
I made this with cubed tofu instead of the chicken and added a bit of crushed red pepper to the sauce. I only had to cook it about 45 minutes before the edges started to blacken. It was awesome, thanks so much!
Made these for dinner last night -- a total hit! It smelled wonderful while it was baking, and tasted great when it came out. I gave the wings a flip about halfway through the cooking time, and basted once or twice, which, I believe, contributed to a nice, even color on the wings. Thanks for sharing, Theresa!
It smells great baking and tastes just as good. The sauce is very flavorful and the prep is quick and very easy. I precooked the wings on a foil lined pan for 20 minutes and drained off the fat. Then I added the sauce. I also turned the wings as they cooked. Thank you.
Very good, a lot of sauce which I guess is better than not enough. And so easy, this the type of food you can make 3 times a week!
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.