Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 hrs
We like these tender wings! A lower carb version to curb a craving. Prep and cook times do not include marinating time. Hope this keeps your low carb diet interesting!
- 2 tablespoons splenda brown sugar substitute
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1⁄4 cup soy sauce
- 1⁄3 cup olive oil
- 1 teaspoon coleman's mustard powder
- 3 lbs chicken wings (drummies work well)
- Mix all ingredients except the wings in your mini-cuisinart until blended.
- Put wings into a gallon ziplock baggie and pour marinade over the top, smooshing the baggie to coat well and marinate 2 - 24 hours turning the bag over when you think about it.
- Cover a jelly roll pan with foil and spray well. Layer the wings so they are not touching and cover with foil that has been sprayed. Bake for 2 1/2 hours at 300* and then finish them on your grill to give them a nice crispy skin. Be sure to spray the grill so they don't stick and turn them frequently.
These were so tender and yummy...I cooked mine on parchment paper and they got nice and crisp in the oven...so I didn't throw them on the grill...just plated them after the 2 1/2 hours of cooking...I didn't have the brown sugar sub so used white...I forgot that they needed to marinate for hours so mine only hung out in the marinade for 3 hours before hitting the oven...this is a keeper thanks for posting it...
Marinated for 24 hours/over nite and followed exactly. I agree with other reviewers, talk about fall apart tender! I might add some hot sauce next time, but this was perfect they way it was. Thanks for posting!
WOW these were fall apart tender. I had 8 wings (tips removed) with a total weight of just under 1K and initially baked at 150C fan forced and checked at 2 hours, removed the top foil and cranked the oven up to 180C and put back in the oven checking at 15 minutes and they were nicely browned on top and went to turn but the first one just fell apart so covered with the foil and left for 10 minutes and they could be plated up with ease and will look forward to trying this with drumsticks in the future. Thank you Secret Agent, made for All you Can Cook Buffet.