Teriyaki Chicken Wings (Crock Pot / Slow Cooker Option)

"You can use both halves of the wings, but drumettes have more meat. These wings don't make you feel as bad after having them because a lot of the fat cooks off when being broiled. Be cautious about the heat of your broiler - they would burn under my broiler if I cooked them set on high for 20 minutes. The total cooking time only includes the oven option. Enjoy!"
 
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Teriyaki Chicken Wings (Crock Pot  / Slow Cooker Option) created by diner524
Ready In:
1hr
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rinse chicken and pat dry. Place drumettes on broiler pan. Broil on low 4 to 5 inches from heat for about 20 minutes, 10 minutes a side or until chicken is a light, golden brown.
  • OVEN OPTION:

  • Transfer chicken to casserole dish. Mix together onion, brown sugar, soy sauce, cooking sherry (or chicken broth), ginger, honey, and garlic in bowl. Pour over chicken wings.
  • Bake at 350F for about 30 minutes.
  • CROCK POT OPTION:

  • Transfer chicken to crock pot. Mix together onion, brown sugar, soy sauce, cooking sherry (or chicken broth), ginger, honey, and garlic in bowl. Pour over chicken wings.
  • Cover and cook on Low 5 to 6 hours or on High 2 to 3 hours. Stir chicken wings once to ensure they are evenly coated with sauce. Serve from crock pot for less clean up!

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  1. rpgaymer
    These wings are amazing, and this recipe will probably end up being a favorite one that I make often. They came out super-crispy from the broiler, and the teriyaki sauce is perfect and clings to the wings, as it should. I used the oven option. At the table, I sprinkled the wings with some sesame seeds and green onions. So, so good!
     
  2. Sassyfras
    Hardly any left over. Very tasty. I have 2 happy families tonight. ALL of the kids ate their meat. I used legs and thighs and followed the recipe except I didn't have any chicken broth or sherry. I might add pepper flakes next time because that sounds good to me. I took the time to broil the meat and I could have used some of the drippings in place of the broth but I was in a hurry. I tripled the sauce because I had 10 lbs of chicken. The sauce penetrated the meat. The meat was so tender.
     
  3. Sassyfras
    Hardly any left over. Very tasty. I have 2 happy families tonight. ALL of the kids ate their meat. I used legs and thighs and followed the recipe except I didn't have any chicken broth or sherry. I might add pepper flakes next time because that sounds good to me. I took the time to broil the meat and I could have used some of the drippings in place of the broth but I was in a hurry. I tripled the sauce because I had 10 lbs of chicken. The sauce penetrated the meat. The meat was so tender.
     
  4. zegsmommy
    My husband raved over these wings, and it's not easy to get him to do that. Great flavor and very easy.<br/>Only change was to add some red pepper flakes to the sauce.<br/>I used the oven method, and because I had a pretty large baking dish, about halfway through I stirred everything to make sure the wings had a good coating of sauce. After 30 min in the oven I did a couple minutes under the broil for a little extra crispiness (just watch closely so they don't burn). Will definitively make again!
     
  5. evie08
    Super easy and Delicious!!!
     

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