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My friend took these to a party and came home with the sauce...
Gotta say, This recipe was great. But what mostly got me was the sauce. I changed it a little though. We didn't have any Soy Sauce, so instead, we used Hot Sauce to spice it up, along with some red pepper and black pepper. See, now down south, we deep fry A LOT of things, so instead of baking the chicken, drop it in a deep fryer, and make sure the sauce stays on a low heat. As soon as you fish the wings outta the fryer, drop em in the sauce and roll them around a bit and then put them on a plate and cover em with aluminum foil and let them set for a few minutes. keepin them covered will allow the heat to cook them inside just a little more and allow the sauce to thicken a little. This sauce.... I saved it and I put it on everything meant. Hamburgers, hot dogs, cooked spam. it makes everything amazing. thanks for the recipie.
My entire family loved these!! I made exactly as the recipe stated the first time...excellent!! And when we had friends over I added a few drops of tabasco to the rest of the mixture and they were very good as well. Thanks You for the great new recipe!!
I made this yesterday for a work potluck and it was a HIT! I only had 1 cup of honey so made half the sauce recipe but turned out to be plenty. I broiled at home, then at work had it cook on high 2 hrs then took off the lid and cook on low another 1.5 hrs to thicken sauce (didn't really). Made the place smell divine. It was the first thing to go and was falling off the bone. The guys told me I need to double it next time and found a slotted spoon to find all the little bits of meat that fell off. Mmmmm
My family really like these. I cooked them on low for about 5 hours. I removed all the wings and placed them in a greased baking dish and covered them with some sauce. I then broiled them for about 15 minutes. Our personal taste prefers a more sticky type of sauce and a little bit of crisp on the outside and this did the trick for us. Falling off the bone good!!! Thanks
Did these for a party recently. I unfortunately can't tell you how they were, they were all gone before I had a chance to try one. A big hit.
Boy what wonderful wings! Perfect for those that do not like spicy wings. My wings came in a 5lb bag and I used all of them. Still had plenty sauce for them. I used 4 cloves minced of fresh galic and browned the wings on the grill instead of broiling them. I also used 3/4 cup of light soy sauce. Brought them to a New Years Eve party. Empty crockpot comming home. Thanks for the great recipe.
These were really good!!! Even reheated a couple days later they were still excellent. I barbecued the wings the night before and refrigerated them overnight,then cooked them with sauce the following day. I took them to work and everyone loved them.
These are scumptious finger-licking good wings! Super-easy way to make wings--because I was pressed for time I didn't do the extra steps of seperating the wing tips from the wings or cutting the wings apart at the joint, but to compensate I did cook them in the crockpot a bit longer than indicated --about 6 hours on low--chicken was fall-apart tender. Perfect! Thanks for posting this keeper recipe. We will be having these all year round.
Hands down five-star taste. I made these chicken wings with Lee Kum Kee Korean BBQ sauce and halved the honey since the BBQ sauce is sweet already. Loved loved loved the flavor. However, two-hour slow cooking seemed too long for me. My wings were a little overcooked after two hours. Next time, I will shorten the slow cooking time or marinate some wings with the sauce over night, then broil or bake them directly.