Rochester Wings

Rochester Wings created by diner524

Baked Chicken Wings, not fried! Oriental style sauce....great ball game watching snack! These are called Rochester WIngs because they supposedly originated in Rochester, NY.

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  • Combine all ingredients except the chicken wings in a large heavy-duty ziplock bag. Add the chicken wings; seal bag securely, and place in a large bowl. Marinate in the refrigerator for 8 hours, turning occasionally.
  • Remove chicken wings, reserving marinade. Place chicken wings in an ungreased 15x10x1 jelly roll pan. Bake, uncovered, at 325 degrees for 1 hour or until done, basting frequently with the reserved marinade. Serve warm.
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"Baked Chicken Wings, not fried! Oriental style sauce....great ball game watching snack! These are called Rochester WIngs because they supposedly originated in Rochester, NY."

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  1. diner524
    These are wonderful wings!! I like the Buffalo Wings, but also enjoy different flavored wings, unlike my DH. I scaled this back to make enough for me, at lunch. I served them with some rice and it was so good, and such a change to my normal lunches. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
  2. diner524
    Rochester Wings Created by diner524
  3. teresas
    Rochester Wings Created by teresas
  4. teresas
    Yummy wings...I lined the pan with foil for easy clean up...and sure was happy I did...this are nice and sticky...keep the napkins handy...I followed the recipe to a T and made not changes...even the cooking time was spot on...this is a keeper...thanks for posting it...=)
  5. weekend cooker
    I agree with the napkins, other than than that these were a BIG HIT. Had these for the super bowl, and as to the recipe didn't make any adjustments at all. The marrinade was #1 here, and have some drumsticks, and want to try this on them later this week. Made for PRMR tag.
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