This was fantastic. I didn't use wings but cut up four chicken breasts into bite size pieces and followed the rest of the recipe. Served over Basmati Rice with Asian Broccoli and it was fantastic. All three of my kids and my very picky husband cleaned their plates.
We found the chicken overpoweringly salty, diluted the sauce with about 1/2 cup water. I also added an extra tbsp honey--might add even more next time. Nice, subtle garlic and ginger flavor. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts instead of the wings.
Have been meaning to review and say thank you. While I don't eat wings my DH loves them. He really enjoyed these and I will make again for him. I went heavy on the honey to sweeten a bit.
Mmmmm this is the braised chicken wing recipe I was looking for. I made it for dinner tonight and it was delicious! I added an extra tbsp of honey towards the end of the cooking process. The wings turned out sticky and gooey. This definitely an authentic recipe just like my mom makes.
wow , these are THE only chicken wings i will be making, they are so easy and so delcious. I will be making these whenever we have gatherings, thanks
Made these the other night and had with Linda's Duck Sauce. The wings were excellent, and went well with our Japanese dinner! Thanks for posting. Melanie
These wings are finger licking good! I was too lazy to fry the wings so I marinated the wings for 2 hrs and then baked them instead. Next time I'd try to BBQ them. Thanks for the recipe!
A great recipe and deliciously sticky. 'Finger likin' etc., if ever there was. Had it sitting by the fire on a cold winters eve, received raves all around. Easy to prepare,I doubled the recipe but should have tripled it. Perfect!
These were awesome. An unusual way to make the wings...I let mine cook forever on a really low flame and they came out perfectly. The sauce is just right, and I will probably use it in other recipes. Thanks so much.
The only thing I did differently was use chicken broth for the wine or sherry. DH enjoyed these wings a lot and we did eat them while still warm. Thank you tigerduck!