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These were good. I made them for our game day party. I cooked them for 1 hour and then put them in the crockpot. My family and friends liked them very much. But, when they say sticky, they mean sticky! Thank you for sharing with us.

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mommyoffour October 01, 2012

Wings are great. Great teriyaki recipe basically. Okay, so it also works when the wings are just about done and then add the sauce and they will coat just great. Yes, put in a deeper pan so the sauce doesn't boil over. And watch them closely so they won't burn but enough for i to coat, get thick and sticky. Omg, they taste so freaking great. I make chicken teriyaki and with beef a lot so this is good. A++

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jjongsbae April 29, 2015

Excellent but a mess to clean up evendors using Pam beforehand didn't prevent the scrub factor

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larbanasin December 16, 2014

These were just okay. First off, when they say use a deep pan, use a DEEP pan. I used a pyrex baking dish, and the sauce bubbled up and over and now I have a huge, burnt mess in the oven to clean up, but that's partly on me, so I'll forgive that, although I think perhaps some oil in the sauce may have prevented this to some degree. Once done, they were sticky and somewhat edible, but they did have a very burnt taste to them, even though I only cooked for 1 hr rather than the 1.5 hrs. Lots of mess for not that great of wings. Maybe next time I'll just try a slow-cooker method of these, but we didn't love these. Sorry.

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MattMattBoBatt August 16, 2014

Terrible. After 15 minutes it started to smell. Checked the oven and it looked like lava about to flow over or dirt boiling. Lowered the temperature and cooked it for an hour and a half. Still came out burnt and inedible and stunk up the house. I was not happy two pounds of wings and a good pan had to be thrown away.

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ezybrzy June 25, 2014

Yummy! I really liked this method and loved how the sauce thickened as it cooked. I halved your recipe since I was making fewer wings and I also added about 2 tablespoons of siracha, because we love spice! The sweet, salty, spicy flavor was a hit!

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ChelseaW February 26, 2013

Wicked good! As my family said: "A keeper!" Those who complain that the sauce didn't thicken up didn't add enough brown suger or didn't cook it high enough. But be careful, cause it will burn. This is now my ONLY way to make wings. Soooooo good!! Thanks for an awesome recipe :)

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Taylor's Mommy January 25, 2012

I just joined this site just so I could rate the recipe. Since I didn't have it on my computer at work and had to find it to give to someone. I have been making these wings (have used legs also) for a couple of years. They are fantastic as rated. After many tries for the best wing recipe, this is it!

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dhabari January 03, 2012

Wonderful and easy recipe! Thanks so much for sharing.....my whole family and in laws loved it! Also put the sauce over frozen chicken breasts and thighs in a crockpot and turned on low for a few hours...turned out wonderful and served with rice! Easy and delicious!

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Minnesota Mama April 16, 2011
Sticky Soy Wings