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These were really good! I added just a little heat with some minced habenaro and I grilled mine using indirect heat with mesquite wood chips. Defniately a keeper.

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Pokey in San Antonio, TX February 05, 2006

My son and I had these as an appetizer on New Year's Eve. They are wonderful. I love the flavor. I will be using the marinade on chicken tenders and whole grilled breasts also. This recipe will be a regular at my house.

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islandgirl77551 January 04, 2006

I've made these twice in the last week now and my family (and extended family) absolutely love them... Definitely finger lickin' good!!! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

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SesiliaLivi April 05, 2005

We were lucky enough to have these at our Aussie Christmas party December 4th '04. Jewelies brought them along to share, and they were a hit-especially leftovers cold at breakfast the following morning. Jewelies was on a caravaning holiday, and managed to make quite a large quantity of these in her turbo oven, so I figured they must be pretty easy under such difficult conditions;-)

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JustJanS December 09, 2004

These are just delicious. Finger lick'n good! And not at all hot like I thought they would be. Very quick and easy to put the marinade together. Next time I buy chicken wings I'm going to mix the marinade in with the wings before I freeze so all I have to do is take them out of the freezer and let defrost for a tasty dish. Thanks Latchy!

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Jewelies September 16, 2004

Delicious and simple to make. Good party muchie. Definatly a keeper. Thanks for posting

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L. Duch January 02, 2004

These were very good! I marinated them overnight. I thought they would have an Indian flavor but it was more Asian. I served them with a sour cream and chive dop.

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Pets'R'us August 20, 2003
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