Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

These wings are so easy to make, and finger licking good. Every time I bring these to the office as a snack they go in minutes. I usually marinate a whole heap of these wings, and divide them up into bags in the freezer. And each time I am pushed for time, I just pull out a bag (a portion enough for my family) and pop them into the grill. The longer the wings stay marinated, the tastier they are. Whatever you do, do NOT leave the honey out. Makes a BIG difference. Pretty healthy dish.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut chicken wings into two pieces.
  2. One part wing, and the other drumlet.
  3. Mix remaining ingredients together in a bowl.
  4. Add the chicken wings and drumlets into bowl and mix well.
  5. Wrap bowl with glad wrap and pop it into the fridge overnight.
  6. The next day, place chicken on the grill and brush with remaining juices in the bowl.
  7. Grill the chicken at 400 Fahrenheit for 20 minutes turning over once.
  8. The more often juices from the bowl is brushed on, the tastier the wings will be.
Most Helpful

Easy to make with the following variations: 1) ginger ommitted 2) white pepper replaced with thai chilli powder 3) 1/2 cup of burbon and honey 4) deep fried Nice deep brown color and it tasted great considering that I didn't had the time to marinate it overnight. It was a hit at the party and my guests finished it up.

Chap Heng January 03, 2003

Hi to answer some reader's question, yes you can try baking them instead of grilling. It's still good. :)

KitchenManiac December 03, 2002

These are wonderful! I got them ready early in the morning and grilled them when we'd gotten home from 'playing'. I halved the garlic at my husband's request, used black pepper because I hadn't any white and used just 1 teaspoon of Tabasco. The rest of the ingredients I followed per the recipe. Also, I didn't cut the wings into pieces due to laziness. They were great! My family and I give them a 5. Thanks KM for a terrific recipe! — Jul 19, 2003, I'm updating my review on this recipe to add that I cooked these wings in my Showtime Rotisserie and they were terrific. Once again, still being lazy, I did not cut the wings apart and I was able to fit 12 wings in the basket of the rotisserie. They were gone in a flash, no time for a picture! Thanks again for this versatile recipe KitchenManiac :)

Hey Jude January 15, 2006