December 31, 2016
Snacks, Poultry, Chicken,
Easy/Beginner Cooking, Entertaining, Game/Sports Day, Picnic, Potluck, Broil, Grill (Electric), Grilling (Outdoor), Oven Bake, Wings, Spicy more
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"From our Saturday newspaper The Weekend West. Times are estimated but cooking time is based on cooking in the oven."
To prepare the wings, chop off the tips and pop these into the freezer to add to your stock pot and then cut each wing into two sections.
Combine the marinade ingredients and add the wings and leave to marinate for at least an hour, longer if possible.
Grill, barbecue or roast the wings.
Watch them carefully as the honey will allow them to burn easily before they are cooked through and succulent.
Serve with aioli (garlic mayonnaise) or a sweet chilli sauce.
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Lots of flavor in these. Easy recipe to put together. I used "party wings" which are already prepped as far as cutting the tips and cutting in half at the joint. I did mine in the oven at 450F for 20 minutes.
Made for the FYC Tag Game - I did cut off the wing tips, but left the other 2 pieces connected & otherwise made the recipe as written using a Thai sweet chili sauce. Despite the word "spicy" in the title, I found these wings very mild. Maybe my palate is less sensitive than it used to be. I took your caution to heart & tented the wings until basically cooked & then removed it so they would brown. If not for some serious willpower, I could've eaten the whole batch. I was in the mood for some good wings & your recipe made it happen for me. Thx for sharing it, Pat. :-)