Recipe by LYNN STEEVES
"Dip those wings in egg and flour, then pour a basic soy sauce, sugar and vinegar sauce over them and bake to completion. Good to take to a potluck dinner."
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all-purpose flour for coating
oil for frying
monosodium glutamate (MSG)
I made this recipe for a party I had at my house, there was about 10 people there... 10 people ate almost 3 lbs of wings!!! It was a HUGE hit. I had NO IDEA where to buy MSG so I just left it out, dont know what it would of done for them but it was GREAT without it!! It was a messy prep, but so worth it in the end!
This title seems misleading. I was looking for baked wings and these you have to fry then bake? Too time consuming to be labeled easy.
Very tasty and easy. We reduce sugar and it still tastes great.
These were really great. I was worried about them being soggy because of reading another review but after baking for an hour they kindof carmalize and they are soft yet crunchy...my kids loved them and they are picky. Kinda sweet I will use less sugar next time and I totally skipped the MSG. Enjoy.
I threw a party this past weekend and decided to include these wings as one of the appetizers and they were GREAT! I only used about 1/2 tablespoon of MSG and it turned out fine. Everyone commented on how good they were, but even if they hadn't I could tell because they FLEW off of the plate! My husband is probably the biggest fan, as he has been begging me to make them again this week. I guess I'll be making these more often!
The taste of the wings was excellent. However about 10 minutes into baking them it seemed like there was way too much sauce and I was afraid they would turn out soggy, so I took them out of the oven, took the wings out of the pan and continued baking them without the sauce. They turned out great this way. I had to change the recipe to fit the amount of chicken I had, so this could very well be the reason I had the problem. Either way I will definatly make these again, I took them to a party and they were a big hit!
I made this for a church potluck, not quite sure how it would turn out. Frying the wings took awhile. I added dried (jarred) ginger and a little black pepper to the flour and more ginger to the "sauce" - I'd add even more next time. The wings disappeared at the potluck and I thought they were tasty. Just not sure I'd spend the time to make them often, because it was time-consuming to cut apart whole wings and then fry them (my frying pan would only hold 4 comfortably at a time). But for special occasions or potlucks when I'm not pressed for time, I'll keep them in mind.
My nephew found this recipe as part of his weekly, learn to cook, responsibility. It was so good and easy I just made it again. Served with soy sauce rice and fresh avocado salad. Everyone was very happy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Baked Chicken Wings
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 207
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