By breezermom on February 06, 2010
Photo by TeresaS
Photo by TeresaS
"Baked Chicken Wings, not fried! Oriental style sauce....great ball game watching snack! These are called Rochester WIngs because they supposedly originated in Rochester, NY."
Serving Size: 1 (161 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"Yummy wings...I lined the pan with foil for easy clean up...and sure was happy I did...this are nice and sticky...keep the napkins handy...I followed the recipe to a T and made not changes...even the cooking time was spot on...this is a keeper...thanks for posting it...=)"
"I agree with the napkins, other than than that these were a BIG HIT. Had these for the super bowl, and as to the recipe didn't make any adjustments at all. The marrinade was #1 here, and have some drumsticks, and want to try this on them later this week. Made for PRMR tag."
"Delish!!! Great flavoured wings....keep the napkins handy!!
Made for PRMR."
"Very good wing recipe. I didn't have any ground red pepper so substituted some ancho chili powder and crushed red pepper. I would even add a bit more heat to these for next time. The marinde was great, just a little sticky...enough to let you know you were eating some good wings!"
"YUMMY! These were great! I loved the flavor of the sauce so much, we're going to have them again this week. I didn't have any wings so I just used boneless chicken breast and it worked just fine. Made for 1-2-3 Zaar Hits Tag Game 2011."
"These wings are very good, love the flavors! They didn't get as crispy as we would have liked though, even with baking them an extra 20 minutes. Aside from that, we really liked these a lot. Made for ZWT6: No-Nonsense Nibblers."
"Used just over 1k (about 2.5lb) of wings (including tips) but made up the full amount of marinade (I used a Thai chilli/garlic sauce) and hot red pepper flakes for the ground red pepper. Well I also a little lazy so lined a baking tray and dumped the marinated (4 hours) wings into the tray with the marinate and just bunged them into a 175C fan forced oven for an hour giving them a turn about half way throughl. Served with steamed rice, steamed carrot, peas and corn and poured the sauce from the cooked wings over the chicken and rice. Overall a delicious and easy recipe which left 3 very happy faces (with some wings left over - snack time ahead). Thank you breezermom, made for Potluck Tag."