Marinated Chicken Wings

"These Chinese style wings will definitely become a fave! Everything is prepped the day before, so all you have to do is pop them in the oven. They are great served with a cheesy potato casserole and fresh green salad. No need to worry about the leftovers because they are great when eaten hot or cold."
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Ready In:
1hr 20mins
3-4 lbs. of wings




  • Mix all ingredients together.
  • Pour over wings.
  • Refrigerate overnight.
  • Arrange wings on foil-lined baking sheets.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

Questions & Replies

  1. can i ref rigerate for only 6 hours and be okay?
  2. can you par boil the wings first and than marinate they are large wings


  1. We loved these! The sauce is excellent. After marinating overnight, they were then very easy to fix. I sprayed the foil lightly with cooking spray before baking them so they just slid off the sheet. I used 3 lbs of wings, but made the whole recipe of sauce, glad I did, they were just dripping, so good!! I will make this one a lot.
  2. Voted the all time number one, best of the best, chicken wings by my familly - and they are the experts! The only thing I would do different is to lower the oven temp after the first 15 minutes to 325°F to keep them from burning - but, maybe my oven cooks hotter.
  3. Absolutely terrific! My family and I loved these chicken wings. The sauce was so delicious. Followed the recipe exactly as stated. I wouldn't change a thing. Definately the BEST!! Thanks for posting.
  4. I found your recipe in the 'Reviews' forum. I tried it tonight for dinner and they were so tasty. There were only two of us eating, and I thought we would have leftovers for lunch the next day ( I cooked 1kg of wings ), but no way, all gone...thanks.
  5. Manda, these are AWESOME! We usually cook them on the grill and they always get rave reviews from my husband, daughter, and me. What a Delicious recipe, we LOVE THESE, as they're so moist and flavorful. Needless to say this is one of our favorite top ten recipes! Many thanks for sharing this recipe. ;)


  1. These were great tasting and easy to prepare. I added probably a half teaspoon of Sriracha to the marinade to give it a little heat. Served over spring onion and ginger rice.
  2. Made these for a potluck ... they went fast! I made them exactly as stated except I used fresh ginger instead of powdered ... I may add some fresh garlic and pepper flakes next time just to change it up some. I used wing portions ... cooked at 350 for one hour (any longer would have been dried out). Will definitely keep this in my "wing" recipes!!!
  3. I used 5 lbs of wings & orange juice instead of pineapple. These were really tasty. I took the leftovers to work with me and they were gone in no time. I think this would be a great marinade to use in the summer with the grill. I can't wait to try it.
  4. I am sorry for the lower rating maybe it is because my family are "wing" snobs and I am always trying a new recipe but this one was not to thier liking. It was way to salty for our tastes and I did at the end broil the wings to crisp them up as they appeared very rubbery. My first instinct told me to use honey in place of the sugar. I would do that next time (in our case at least) it was easy but just not something I would probably make again. Sorry


I am a single gal, living on my own; currently working as an Occupational Therapist & living in Cumberland, MD. (It is "God's Country" out here...beautiful!) I LOVE to cook and bake, and love anything that looks, tastes, smells, or even closely resembles a veggie. I LOVE moo-cows, and therefore, cannot bring myself to eat any part of the adorable critters (i.e. NO RED MEAT!!) I love the outdoors, and pride myself on being the master griller on the fire pit. My mother's side of the family is 100% Polish, so I have an inborn passion for cooking...unfortunately, along with that comes a love of eating, too!! But, hey..u only live once, so I say "EAT, DRINK, and BE MERRY!!!"
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