Deviled Chicken Wings

"This is adapted from a recipe by Sheila Lukins that I found in the Sunday newspaper supplement, "Parade". My wife is a real chicken wing "nut", and she ordered me to make them. They are REAL good! Prep time does not include marrinating time."
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins
35-40 wings




  • Place wing pieces in a large Ziploc plastic bag.
  • Whisk together all remaining ingredients until thoroughly combined, and pour over the wings.
  • Squeeze air out of bag, seal, and turn and knead until chicken is well coated.
  • Refrigerate overnight, turning and kneading several times.
  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F, and spray 2 baking sheets with nonstick spray.
  • Divide the chicken and marinade evenly between the pans, and bake for 30 minutes, turning and basting chicken and switching pans after 15 minutes.
  • Reduce temperature to 350 degrees F, turn and baste chicken again, and bake for another 30 minutes or until done, turning, basting, and switching pans after 15 minutes.
  • Transfer wings to a serving dish, and pour and scrape the sauce over them.
  • Serve hot.
  • Serves 6-8.

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  1. I definitely fall into the category of chicken wing nut & loved these. I'd like to point out the following - prep time was somewhere between 5 - 10 min. not more. So, very easy to prepare & tastes great!Thanks!
  2. I reduced the recipe to suit 14 wings and was a bit generous with the marinade - excellent succulent wings. These are suitable for dinner ,main meat dish, tailgate party or as an elegant appetizer. I think they will freeze well. They are going into my favorite's cookbook Thanks Toby for a keeper of a recipe


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