Sticky Soy Wings

"A family favorite at the cabin....."
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Ready In:
1hr 40mins




  • Wash the chicken wings and dry as much as possible.
  • Preheat oven at 400 degrees.
  • Place chicken in a deep baking dish.
  • Mix all other ingredients together in a bowl.
  • Pour over chicken.
  • Place in oven or 1 1/2 hours or until chicken is done and sauce is sticky.
  • IMPORTANT: Due to the hot cooked sugar, chicken will be extra hot and easy to burn.
  • be careful and let chicken sit for at least 15-20 minutes before serving.

Questions & Replies

  1. how long would I cook if I used boneless chicken thighs
  2. Why do I need to wash my chicken wings?
  3. What are main and side dishes to serve with STICKY SOY WINGS?


  1. I did not think it would get sticky but in the last 20 minutes it did! I basted it a few times in the 90 minute cook time. My 16 year old son raved over it. My family couldn’t stop licking their fingers. I also cooked it on parchment paper to help with the cleanup.
  2. These were good. I made them for our game day party. I cooked them for 1 hour and then put them in the crockpot. My family and friends liked them very much. But, when they say sticky, they mean sticky! Thank you for sharing with us.
  3. This is a recipe my mom reserved for things like open house on Christmas Eve, Super Bowl, Baby Showers etc. In my home, this is a favorite for any NFL game and every birthday. We make 8 pounds at a time and there is rarely any leftovers. I'm thankful you posted this, it is the exact recipe my mom used. The only thing I do differently is cook them longer at 375° because I'd rather be patient and not risk burning the brown sugar.
  4. Fantastic! I marinated the wings in the fridge first for an hour. Then I lined two Pyrex 9x13 glass dishes with tin foil and put the wing in the pans. I had 4lbs of wings. I baked the wings for 30mins on 350 turning and basting them then I turned the oven up to 375 for 20 minutes and then up to 400 for 20 more minutes. They turned out perfect. They did not burn and the sauce thickened beautifully!
  5. Wings are great. Great teriyaki recipe basically. Okay, so it also works when the wings are just about done and then add the sauce and they will coat just great. Yes, put in a deeper pan so the sauce doesn't boil over. And watch them closely so they won't burn but enough for i to coat, get thick and sticky. Omg, they taste so freaking great. I make chicken teriyaki and with beef a lot so this is good. A++

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