Honey Mustard Chicken Wings

"Here's another recipe I found on line while searching for the "Oregano's" (restaurant in Arizona) Italian Gold chicken wings...this one is not even close...but it sure is tasty...hope you enjoy it...=)"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil and coat with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Toss the wings with vegetable oil, salt and pepper.
  • Pour onto prepared baking sheet.
  • Bake for 30 minutes, flipping them over after 15 minutes.
  • Meanwhile prepare sauce mixture by putting Dijon mustard, honey, dry mustard powder and garlic powder in a bowl, mix well and set aside.
  • Drizzle sauce over wings, turn to coast and bake for another 20 to 30 minutes, or until cooked through, turning as needed so they do not stick.
  • Pour wings into a serving platter and enjoy.

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  1. This was a tasty wing recipe both DH and I enjoyed. I did make a slight change by grilling the wings instead of baking them and tossed them with the sauce when cooked.
  2. We love honey and mustard together and these were perfect. Used already prepared wings and even tho0ugh it was the second wing recipe in a week the family adored them
  3. These were so delicious. I made them for a Super Bowl party. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars (instead of 5) is that the sauce didn't stay on the wings, so most of the wings roasted without any of the sauce or seasonings to flavor them. I thought it might help to put the sauce in a dish and serve it with the wings, sort of as a dipping sauce. But most of my party guests didn't know it was for the wings, so most just skipped the sauce--which I thought was the very best part of the recipe. I'll definitely make this again and try to figure out how to keep the sauce on the wings (maybe baste them throughout cooking ??). Thanks, TeresaS.
  4. A perfect pairing of honey and mustard....honey not too sweet, mustard not too over powering.<br/>Grab your napkins, dig in and enjoy.....yummy!!<br/>Made for PRMR.
  5. Made these tasty wings tonight for dinner and we really enjoyed them. I used wingettes as they are ready to bake and don't require any preparation. This recipe is a nice change of pace from traditional buffalo wings. We liked the tartness of the mustard -- not too sweet. Made for PRMR, July, 2013.


<p>? Hi! My name is Teresa.? My husband and I like to take RV trips but it seems lately we just us it for vintage motorcross races. I enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, have done some rock climbing but age is creeping up on my poor old bones. Anything to do with the outdoors I enjoy, so why do I live in rainy Washington state? We have 2 wonderful children, both grown. My son lives in LA and my daughter and her husband recently moved back in the area with their little boy...our grandson... who just turned?5 years old. We have a granddaughter who lives close by...she just turned 23 this year. She's a sweetheart.? Life is good when you have a son and a?daughter and they?gift?you with a granddaughter and grandson. :)??</p>
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