Mrs. Gordon's Chinese Chicken Wings

Mrs. Gordon's Chinese Chicken Wings created by lucidscp

My MIL used to make these - everyone loved them, and so I got the recipe from her so I could make them more often. Now I try to avoid eating chicken wings, but I make an exception for these - every Christmas eve my mom makes them, and they are always a big hit - no left overs!

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  • If you are using frozen chicken wings, defrost them first. If you prefer, cut off tips of wings.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix all the ingredients (except for chicken wings) together in a bowl.
  • Spray a 9x11 baking dish with Veg. Oil spray. Place chicken wings in single depth in the pan.
  • Pour the mixture over the chicken wings and place in oven.
  • Bake for 30 minutes, then turn wings. Bake for another 30 minutes, and turn wings again.
  • Increase heat to 375 and bake for final 30 minutes, and then they are done.
  • Take out of cooking liquid to serve or keep warm till serving.
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"My MIL used to make these - everyone loved them, and so I got the recipe from her so I could make them more often. Now I try to avoid eating chicken wings, but I make an exception for these - every Christmas eve my mom makes them, and they are always a big hit - no left overs!"
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  1. lucidscp
    Mrs. Gordon's Chinese Chicken Wings Created by lucidscp
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  2. lucidscp
    These wings are amazing. I make them every year for Christmas and the Super Bowl and everybody loves them. They are fall off the bone and absolutely delicious. I also cook them in the crockpot and crisp them under the broiler. So good.
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  3. bschoenig
    I love wings and I've never had a good recipe to make them at home; these are the BOMB! it's easy and they turn out tender, well-browned and tasty. For the sweet, BBQ taste, this is it!
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  4. Lauren H.
    I baste the wings instead of turning them. Sometimes I take some of the liqid out toward the end to brown them up a bit more. So easy, and so good
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  5. WorkingMom2three
    My MIL used to make these - everyone loved them, and so I got the recipe from her so I could make them more often. Now I try to avoid eating chicken wings, but I make an exception for these - every Christmas eve my mom makes them, and they are always a big hit - no left overs!
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