I marinated the chicken wings for 12 hrs. I doubled the recipe to freeze some for later. I baked for 30 mins. at 400, then added the sauce and did as the directions suggested, and baked 5 more mins. but they were not done, so I baked for another 15 mins. until golden. These taste a lot like my Thai chicken wings recipe. I didn't add the hot chili oil, because they were plenty hot with the hot peppers from the chili sauce. I enjoyed these wings and will definately be making them again. Thank you Marra! Linda Made for Photo Swap Contest
We loved the sweet heat this offered...I think next time I will pass under the broiler to crisp them up...before tossing in the sauce...they were on the soggy side...but the flavor was awesome...made for Best of 2014 tag game...
Excellent wing recipe! I love the sauce that the wings are tossed into at the end. Delicious. Great flavor and just the right amount of heat. I didn't add any extra. Thank you! P. S. I omitted the mint with excellent results.
Yum, these are very flavorful! It all came together beautifully. Thanks for sharing! Culinary Quest '14
Great wings! Loved all the Asian flavors - such a nice change from regular wings. The only change I made was to use rice wine vinegar vs. the red wine vinegar in keeping with the Asian theme. We will definitely make this recipe again! Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag, February, 2012.
Sister#2 came over to share a plate of wings. While eating, it came to her mind a story in her past. It was one that she had forgotten...something about the time she turned down a marriage proposal. I'm still contemplating her correlation between a proposal and the wings. Obviously, your wings have an ingredient mine doesn't. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.
WOW WOW these are so good. I just cut of the tips and baked the wings in a tray at 175C fan forced for 45 minutes and then dipped then im the reduced sauce and put them on a rack (all but 2 of them - I cooked up 8 as the DH does not like heat but she enjoyed as was), there was a little excess sauce so poured it over the coated wings and cooked for a further 4 minutes for perfection. I didn't have chilli oil so added a finely chopped Thai chilli with seeds for the sauce which was served over the wings that the DS and I had and oh they were so good that I was wishing for more. Thank you MarraMamba, made for Everyday A Holiday.
My DS and DH loved these wings, I tripled the recipe and marinated overnight, thanks for sharing Marra!...Kitten:)