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These wings were YUMMY!!! Good flavor yes they were sticky and gooey, but they were REALLY good. These are a do-over!! :-) thanks
The sauce was AWESOME!!! I canned up the extra and use it over roasted chicken. The sauce does congeal but a few secs in the microwave fixes that.
these were fast and really gooey. Very messy to eat but enjoyable. I will be making them again. I added garlic powder and then three dashes of franks Hot Pepper Sauce just near the end of cooking, and also a large clove of garlic. Very good stove top recipe.Updated: I first rated this recipe Aug. 2006 with four stars, but I have made it so often that it is a five star recipe now in my books... I do add a tiny touch of ginger powder also now...
I don't understand why this recipe doesn't have more reviews. It is one of the best wings recipes I have found. I use a little sake and sesame oil with a little more garlic. Mmmmmm mmmmm!!
As to the origin. My notes on the recipe state that Lady Snow contributed it to RFC in 1997
WINGS!!!! I WANT WIIINGS!!! So I had to find something that did not need marinating, and oh, by the way, my wings were all frozen. I learned that frozen wings can be panfried just fine. I had to do them in batches, and I added the rest of the ingredients to the pan and stirred together before returning the wings to the pan. Mine were done in 35 minutes, and the sauce was reduced sufficiently at that point. I also used about 2 1/2 tsp of fresh minced garlic instead of powder. I think I might add a bit more soy next time. An easy dish when you don't have time to fuss with marinating.
These are fantastic wings. They're goey and sticky and really tastey. They're pretty sinmple and you can vary the taste by adding lots or little bti of garlic powder. I added a little more brown sugar as well the second time i made it. Its really easy because you dont have to stir them in the pan, you ust leave them cook. Great recipe!