Saturday, May 23, 2009

Got a thing for chicken wings??

After my last post, some people have requested the recipe for the chicken wings I's a pic if you missed it!

It's a very easy recipe but can be somewhat time consuming...but let me just say now that it is worth the time!!

You can use either fresh chicken wings or frozen (just make sure they're defrosted by the time you cook them). I usually use about 3-4 lbs of wings since we like to eat them as leftovers for lunch the next day.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Line a shallow baking pan with foil and spray the foil generously with Pam (or whatever spray you have). Sprinkle the wings on both sides with garlic powder, onion powder and seasoned salt (I use Lawry's seasoned salt). Then throw them in the over for about 20-25 minutes. After 20-25 minutes, turn them over and cook another 20-25 minutes.

While the wings are cooking, mix together 1/2 cup BBQ sauce (whatever brand you like....I use Sweet Baby Ray's....oh, if you get the Sunday paper, check your coupons from May 10 because there's a $1.00 off coupon in there and if you buy the sauce at Target, you'll only pay .42 cents), 1/2 cup honey and 1/4 cup soy sauce (I use the lite kind and it tastes fine). Okay, so that's 1/2 cup BBQ sauce, 1/2 cup honey and 1/4 cup soy sauce. And if you like your wings cooked in extra sauce or you want some extra for dipping sauce on the side, just double the recipe for the sauce. Mix it all together and set aside until your wings are done.

Once your wings are cooked thoroughly through, pour the sauce over them and use a pastry brush to make sure each wing is covered in sauce on both sides. Or you could use a baster. Whatever, as long as each wing is completely coated in sauce.

Turn the oven down to 350 degrees and cook for another 20-25 minutes. Check them after that and if they're starting to get crispy and carmelized, they're DONE, baby. If not, just put them back in the oven and keep an eye on them. Sometimes it's taken up to 30-35 minutes to get them crispy and gooey.

They'll be a beautiful brown color and look kinda glazy and gooey....SO good. I always serve corn on the cob with it and sometimes coleslaw.



Zeemaid said...

YUM!!! thanks so much for posting. Hubby and I have nad bad luck with trying our own chicken wings and I just we had to be able to make some that tastes better than predone.

Thanks. :)

Amy W said...

Ok, now I am HUNGRY. said...

oh my gosh! (I know I say that a lot! ) (plus use alot of these=!!!!)

But your posts beg for them!~


I am going to try them!!!


Musings of the Mrs. said...

They looked so good yesterday and now I know how to make them. Husband is going to be very excited about this!

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

What do you do with your children when you are trying to cook? I have way too many sous-chefs. Maybe I'll send them to my SIL's while I fix those yummy wings!

Mom's Fortress of Solitude said...

I never thought it would be possible to drool over something online besides all those technical gadgets I so want. Those wings? WOW! My mouth is watering already!

I'm definitely going to try these!


Tami said...

I need you here at my house! Thats it, your moving in! I never write down my recipes. I always have to guess the measurements, (I NEVER measure!)
When can you be here?

twinmama said...

Thank you for the recipe! I have a coupon for a free bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's, so I will have to try this out!

kasandria said...

Yum!!! Thanks so much for posting this recipe! My kiddos will love it

Cascia said...

That looks really good! Thank you for sharing. I hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.

The High Family said...


bonnieearly said...

Remember when chicken wings were all you wanted to eat. Was that with G&L's pregnancy or C&B's? I can't remember.

Anonymous said...

Wondering why you chose to add soy sauce to the mix? A good quality Barbecue Sauce such as the Sweet Baby Rayes or Wild Mountain Gourmet Barbecue Sauce will allow you to skip this.

Wild Mountain Gourmet said...

Thanks anonymous, glad you enjoy our Barbecue Sauce as much as we do!!

Tabbatha Rose said...

We just bought a big bag of wings at Sam's, this will be perfect to do with them. Thanks!!!

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