3 Reviews

There were no wings at my store, so I got a large family pack of legs. Did not add the soy sauce, being allergic to soy. Handed the hot finished product over the fence to the cocktail party going on, then we walked around the corner of the block (two houses away) to get to the party. There was 1 leg left when we arrived. I also thought they were great. Had been 20 legs and lots of other food. More meat to the legs. Got many, many thank-yous for bringing them. Now I thank you for the recipe. Tonight (3 days later) I am making a large batch just for us. I am trying sugar-free brandied cherry jam and mustard, and cooking them in the oven at 350* for 35 minutes. Might need to stick them under the broiler for a few minutes to brown at the end.

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Grannydragon August 26, 2008

I didn't want to mess with chicken wings so I used chicken tenders. Great Taste and thickened sauce looks pretty too. You can use the sauce over leftover chicken also.

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windywood October 21, 2005

These wings were nice and tender and the sauce was tasty and thick. My son enjoyed them too however we didn't feel they blew our socks off. I'd probably make them again though.

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Molly Mae February 19, 2010
Orange Glazed Chicken Wings