5 Reviews

This recipe stood out from the rest and I am sure glad I tried it! We are having a wing buffet for our daughter's grad party and these have made the menu. I did play around with it just a bit after making it per directions. It was a tad salty and not sweet enough for us but I cut the soy in half and doubled the water. Second time around I also ditched the butter and used oil...there was a wierd film that kept forming over the top of the sauce as it cooled and it didn't appear when I used Canola oil instead. I added half again of regular sugar and final step I added 1T cornstarch (with 1/4 cup cold water) to simmering sauce...DE-LISH-US!!! I tested my final four on some family friends and insisted they be truthful but I needn't have worried. As fast as the wings flew out of the bowl and disappeared I knew I had my winners. BTW these teriyaki wings were the first to go!!! thanks for a truly satisfying wing experience!!!

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georgeweezie_8318418 June 06, 2012

Great wings. We whipped them up in no time.

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mary winecoff September 26, 2011

I'm always on the prowl for a new party wings recipe. This one didn't disappoint me. Thanks for posting!

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GREG IN SAN DIEGO October 28, 2008

This was delicious!! I was looking for a good garlic wing recipe and found this! I will definitely be using it this weekend for a benefit bbq we are going to! Thanks hollyberry for sharing!! :o)

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Chef Nichol July 11, 2008
Garlic-Teriyaki Chicken Wings