I love this recipe! I add some hot pepper flakes to the marinade and let them sit overnight. I put the sauce in a pan and reduce it to a sticky mess and after baking and charring the wings I put them in the reduced sauce and stir them up. Lots of napkins are needed. This recipe is great on ribs too!
Wow! I was hesitant because ketchup, honey, and soy sauce can't possibly taste good together. I was so wrong! They're excellent and I can't wait to buy more honey because I just used it all up! ?
These are amazingly good! I'd planned to make this for my Xmas dinner party, but I just had to try it before serving to my guests. I used chicken drumlets only and marinated them in the sauce mixture for 8 hours. Baked them 20mins each side and finished in the oven with "grill" function. They got slightly charred, which I love! I also simmered the marinade/sauce in a saucepan, and reduced it to a sticky glaze. When the wings were ready from the oven (5 mins under broiler, skin side up), I tossed them in the reduced sauce. Beautiful sticky wings! Thanks for the recipe. By the way, I added 1 tsp 5-spice powder and 1 tsp ground ginger to the marinade.
Hey SSgtballard! These were great and my family loved them. I had 2#'s of chicken wings and had plenty of sauce. I was out of fresh garlic so I substituted with a teaspoon of garlic powder. I served them with lo-mein noodles for an easy meal but I will definitely use this recipe for a party tray. Thanks for sharing!
These were quite nice. Had lots of marinade left over. Good for cooking when you don't have much time and don't have time to marinade wings for hours/overnight.