Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Teriyaki Chicken Wings created by A Pinch of This ...

These are great for a party because they aren't as juicy as typical teriyaki chicken wings. You can refrigerate these in a zip-loc bag and reheat in microwave. Serve warm or room temperature.

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  • Place chicken wings in a large shallow baking pan.
  • Bring the remaining ingredients to a boil in a saucepan.
  • Pour marinade over wings and place in a 350 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours.
  • Remove from oven and place on a jelly roll pan. Turn oven up to broil and brown wings until crispy, turning a couple of times.
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"These are great for a party because they aren't as juicy as typical teriyaki chicken wings. You can refrigerate these in a zip-loc bag and reheat in microwave. Serve warm or room temperature."

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  1. jaelitabonita
    Delicious. I made some tweaks and I enjoyed the recipe.
  2. jaelitabonita
    Added some powdered ginger, dash of cayenne pepper, small can of pineapple juice with chunks, and some honey. Boiled for a few minutes. Coated chicken wings with flour, poured over wings in sheet pan and baked at 390 degrees for 40-50 minutes, turned wings every 12-15 minutes. Basically cooked until sauce thickened.
  3. Crickette O.
    If you cook in oven for 1-1/2 hours, why does recipe state “ready in 30 minutes”?
    • Review photo by Crickette O.
  4. lamont211
    Excellent recipe. I followed it exactly as written. I’ve made them several times and they are always a hit. Watch them when broiling. An hour and a half is a long wait to end up with burnt wings. Lol
  5. Barbtking
    These were so yummy! The only modification I would make is related to the cooking. Next time, during the 1-1/2 hours of cooking, I will turn the wings a couple of times. Also, when I put the wings under the broiler, they turned black in about a minute. So I flipped them and broiled them only about one more minute. They did not crisp up but they were delicious!
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