Easy Japanese Chicken Wings

Easy Japanese Chicken Wings created by Mamas Kitchen Hope

These are great to serve to a crowd, you can make them ahead and keep warm in the oven. No need to add in salt to the flour mixture as the soy sauce is salty enough. Double the recipe if desired. Servings are only estimated.

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  • Mix the flour with the cayenne pepper and garlic powder.
  • Heat butter and oil in a skillet until hot.
  • Dip the wings into the eggs, then into the flour mixture.
  • Fry the wings until deep brown and crisp, then transfer into a shallow roasting pan.
  • Mix all ingredients for the sauce.
  • Bake for about 30 minutes at 350 degrees, spooning the sauce over the wings while baking.
  • Delicious!
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"These are great to serve to a crowd, you can make them ahead and keep warm in the oven. No need to add in salt to the flour mixture as the soy sauce is salty enough. Double the recipe if desired. Servings are only estimated."
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  1. micro_ang
    These are great, my husband loved them. I did leave out the MSG though. Your recipes are the best!
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  2. ShannB.
    I made this tonight for supper with chicken legs, and it was great! I used teriyaki sauce since I was out of soy sauce, and omitted the MSG. However I did add a small sprinkling (maybe 1/4 tsp max) of Chinese 5 spice to the sauce. The kids have requested I make the sauce to dip their nuggets in! Thanks for another great recipe!
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  3. carolinafan
    I made these for a Super Bowl party at my home and they were the hit of the party. Very simple to prepare and another winner from the kitchen of Kittencal. Thanks for posting another of your recipes I will be preparing often. (But I know I can always turn to you for crowd-pleasing recipes.)
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  4. chef313633
    yummy We made six lbs last night and it all went. Thanks
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  5. AttempttoChef
    I am not such a good cook and I hosted a party with my very critcal friends who cook fabulously. They could not get enough of this chicken. Absolutly one of the best chicken recipies I have ever had. Thank you, now my friends think I cook well!
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