Recipe by Luv2bake
"Everybody loves this tangy Hawaiian-style chicken."
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canola oil for deep frying
chicken wings, tips removed and wings cut in half at joint
toasted sesame seeds
green onions, thinly sliced
These were really yummy, but kinda messy. The sauce is really sweet and gooey! I skipped the green onions. Also used flour when I ran out of cornstarch, and it was fine. Made these as part of our "fun and tasty finger foods" that we have every year while decorating our Christmas tree. Thanks for sharing, I'm going to make these for my next get-together.
On the fussy side. These came out surprisingly crunchy (a plus), but killer sweet (a minus). Additionally, the honey sauce made for an awfully thick, sticky, dental filling-removing glaze once baked. I *might* try these again with significant changes: use drumsticks for a better meat-to-glaze ratio, don't bother double-dredging in cornstarch (one coat will likely do), halve the honey to make a less sweet, less sticky glaze. I was hoping to have a change-up from the hot wings my husband likes, and we both really enjoyed how crunchy these came out, but it was a little sweet for us.
This was a hit, followed the recipe, served with brown rice (which is yummy with the sauce poured on top) and pineapple and steamed broccoli and carrots. Forgot to add that we didn't fry just made the sauce as recipe indicates and baked. Very good
these really turned out good they taste like the Hawaiian wings you get from wing stop, they take an effort to make but they are worth it
I'm giving this a 4 because of the difficulty with preparation and my opinion of taste. I thought they were okay in taste but everyone else at the party thought they were fantastic. One person took them home to her son who said "I want to shake the hand of the person who made these." Won't make again for myself but will recommend to others. Made receipe exactly as directed except I had to double the corn starch and eggs.
These took a lot of time to prepare, and I thought at first it wasn't going to taste very good. But in the end they turned out very yummie. I used reg. sized legs and wings and added a diced jalapenos to the sauce for some kick!
A lot of work, but a very tasty result.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hawaiian Chicken Wings
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 208
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