4 Reviews

Made these for my hubby, I'm not fond of wings or drumsticks. He liked them a lot, said he would like a little more heat next time. I made mine in the oven, covered tight with foil in a rectangular roasting pan. I also added sliced yellow onions on top which were a nice addition, basting halfway through cooking time. Uncovered and baked about 10 minutes longer so they would get a little sticky, thanks for sharing!

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Larawithoutau February 28, 2013

These were really good and easy to make. I made these for freezer tag 2008. I put the first 7 ingredients in a freezer bag, closed and swished everything together. I then added the drumsticks, sealed and froze. The day before making, I pulled and let them thaw in the fridge. I dumped all in a pan and cooked them on the grill for an hour. They were so good. Loved the sauce. Will be making again.

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bmcnichol March 21, 2008

AWSOME!!! Tried it on the grill and in the oven and both turned out perfect. The Fam loved it!!!

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NotYourMommasCookin June 04, 2007

This was very nice, I was too lazy to boil the ingredients in a saucepan, I just mixed them altogether then poured them over the chicken in a baking dish and then baked it in the oven uncovered for about 50 minutes, turning them once. I didn't have any hot sauce so i added a few drops of tobasco. I only had dijon mustard but I couldn't taste it. I had 8 drumsticks so I halved the recipe. Thanks for such a quick & easy recipe.

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Carolyn Jay March 12, 2007
Maple-barbecued Chicken Drumsticks