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I came across this recipe because I wanted chicken wing for the "Big Game", being Super Bowl. Sounded interesting and different. I followed the directions pretty well with the exception that I didn't have low-sodium soy sauce, used regular. I also left out the cilantro, don't care for it much. I followed the directions otherwise, except preheating the oven the first time, think that was a typo. I baked these cover on at 325º for a bit over an hour. I wanted "falling off the bone" tender. I baked these with another recipe that I found (Honey Barbecue Sauce by Sue L) and they worked together perfectly. These had a unique flavor and my BH loved them. They were perfect for the "Big Game". Thanks so much for the recipe, we will be doing these again.

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CabinKat February 04, 2008

This is an excellent change to regular hot wings. I didn't add the honey at all and found with the soy sauce, less salt could be used. Maybe half as much? I also added 2 Tbsp of chipotle chili pepper and just before serving sprinkled half the wings with cilantro and the other half with chili pepper. We like our wings crispy so I baked at 450°F for 15 minutes, then flipped and baked for a further 15 minutes and flipped once more. Then I turned down the heat to 375°F and baked a further 15 minutes.

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Beautiful BC May 14, 2007
Cuervo Gold Chicken Wings