Glazed Chicken Wings

Glazed Chicken Wings

"'I received the recipe for these yummy wings from a cousin on Vancouver Island during a visit there a few years ago,' relates Joan Airey of Rivers, Manitoba. 'They're an appealing appetizer, but also a favorite for Sunday lunch with rice and a salad.'"
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1 h 5 m servings
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  1. Cut chicken wings into three sections; discard wing tip section. Place in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Combine barbecue sauce, honey and soy sauce; pour over wings. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 50-60 minutes or until chicken juices run clear.

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  • *Editor's Note: 2-1/2 pounds of uncooked chicken wing sections may be substituted for the whole chicken wings. Omit the first step of the recipe.

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I love this recipe. 1) I seasoned my wings with garlic powder, onion powder and a little seasoning salt. 2) I baked the wings at 400 degrees for 45 minutes on one side and then turned them over ...

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These were okay but they were way too salty. I will try them again with less soy sauce.

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I love this recipe. 1) I seasoned my wings with garlic powder, onion powder and a little seasoning salt. 2) I baked the wings at 400 degrees for 45 minutes on one side and then turned them over ...

Absolutely delicious. My son who doesn't like anything bbq'd devoured them. I used 22 frozen bagged wings and had enough sauce for at least double that. I ended up not using all the sauce. I tra...

Excellent recipe, I just tried and my family loved it. It will become part of our normal meal rotation. I took the advice of other reviewers and seasoned the wings with seasoning salt, garlic ...

These are fantastic! I buy fresh drummettes. I find they don't have a lot of fat or an excess of skin on them. I season them lightly with kosher salt, pepper, and garlic salt. Next, I pop them...

I didn't change a thing for the recipe. I do recommend lining the pan with foil though, as it helps make clean up easier (also, clean the pan while it is still warm). My husband's response to th...

These wings are unbelievably good and so easy to make. I did't even bother to measure the ingredients--I just eyeballed it and they came out amazingly tasty. I also cooked them at 375 (to speed...

These were okay but they were way too salty. I will try them again with less soy sauce.

These were AWESOME. I usually make something similar with teriyaki, Frank's Red Hot and honey but my little one didn't like them because they were too hot. These were perfect. Saw that anothe...

Wow these were excellent. My husband went on and on about them. They just fell off the bone and were so gooey. I am adding them to my regular meal rotation.

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