This marinade/sauce is delicious!!!! I used it with skinless chicken breasts -- and cooked them in kind of a foil envelope for the first 25 minutes so they wouldn't dry out -- then opened the foil for the last 20 minutes so the marinade could reduce. The sauce was a wonderful caramel consistency, and so delicious! Thanks for a wonderful meal.
My family ate them all. I made a trial run for the Superbowl party we are having. They passed with flying colors, you have an excellent recipe. I am sure they will be a crowdpleaser for everyone. The only thing I did differently was turn the heat to 350, my oven runs very warm. You have a winner on your hands.
You DO know this sauce is incredibly versatile, right? I mean, beyond wings, I can see this on every form of poultry imaginable & would be interested in trying the sauce with a beef or pork stirfry. GO ARMY, & bless you for posting this!
I added lots of fresh garlic and I used fresh ginger and it turned out very good. I was very pleased with the taste. Good Job!
Made these for superbowl sunday and all I can say is WOW! I tripled the recipe as I had 4lbs of wings and even with all the other appies I fixed everyone of these were eaten and only 4 people. My DH said they were probably the best wings he has ever had. I did pour off some of the fat the last 5 minutes of cooking and then let those babies glaze over. They were tasty and beautiful. I can surely see you take after your Mama! Good Job!
Wow... Very good... I passed this one on to everyone. They were yummy , thanks so much for sharing.
These wings are very good, my family loves them. I have made this recipe several times and the one thing I did change was the oven temp. I cook them at 350 for approximately 1 hour and the sauce does not burn but the wings develop a nice glaze.
These were superb. I didn't have any wings on hand, so I used skinless chicken thighs. I served them with steamed rice and corn and green beans. Thanks for a great recipe!
These were a real hit at a pot luck dinner I had with the girls from work, after getting a little help in our questions forum here on Zaar re the chili sauce (I have only ever seen sweet chili sauce here in NZ) I found a chili sauce with garlic in one of our supermarkets and tried that. It may not be the same as what you use in the States but it was sure a hit here! Thanks for posting.
Quick and easy. I did chicken wings for the football game and they were a hit.