"Chicken wings in a slightly sweet sauce. Good as an appetizer, or when paired with a side dish and salad. These make a fun meal!" — Janet Schaufele
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chicken wings, tips discarded
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
cola-flavored carbonated beverage
packed light brown sugar
This recipe is also very good with ribs. A few people have complained about them taking to long to cook. Here's a tip, throw it all in the crockpot in the morning on low. This eliminates the having to turn every 30 mins. and I think they are a lot more tender this way. Our family loves them.
this was the most nasty, nasty, nasty tasting mess my stomach has ever encounter in my 29 years of life. :( I would not recommend this to a dog!!!!
Was great with a side of rice, did it in the slowcooker than placed in oven for 20 mins just to get skin more crispy.
I made this for the first time with Dr. Pepper as the cola for an open house and it was a huge success. The true test is that my husband loved it and asked me to make another batch just for him!
This was just so good!!! And hardly any work at all. The meat was falling off the bone, and very sticky sweet. Hubby loved it, and I had to stop him from eating them all (4 lbs.!!) Thank you very much for recipe. Note: I lined my pan with foil to save on clean up. However, I let the pan cool and the sauce remaining hardened on the pan. You need to remove everything from the pan while it is still warm, otherwise clean up is very difficult.
My brother wanted wings for his graduation party so we sampled many recipies to determine which ones to make. We all loved these wings and got rave reviews at his party.
I made this with chicken thighs instead of wings and it turned out INCREDIBLE. I got rave reviews. I was even told I could make this daily. Give it a try!
Used all the ingrediants but kinda made up my own measurements- less brown sugar more soy sauce-
all in all good recipe tp throw in the rotation.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Wings In Cola
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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