Honey Garlic Wings

20 Oct

My husband’s a fan of wings. Every time we do order an appetizer, most likely than not, it’s wings. What boggles my mind is why we always order wings when they’re actually pretty easy to make and relatively cheap to buy at Costco. I’ve had my adventures with all sorts of wings, but out of everything I’ve experimented with, I think this one is one of my better crowd pleasers.

I didn’t get the exact color I liked this time, but it still tasted good. I actually got this recipe off allrecipes and tweaked it to my liking.

Add 1 cup of honey (melted) along with 4 tablespoons of soy sauce (low sodium soy sauce won’t work for this). Mix it and taste, if it’s too sweet, add more soy sauce to it. (Honey wings are NOT good, trust me…) Mince 3 cloves of garlic and add a package of Costco red pepper flakes and sprinkle Korean red pepper flakes to your liking. Once again, do a taste test and when you like the flavor of it, throw it on the wings in a baking pan.

I like to marinate this overnight so all the flavors soak in. When you wake up the next morning, turn the wings over so the other side of the wings gets soaked in the wonderful juices as well. Bake at 375 for an hour, turning once with aluminum foil. Add an extra 15 minutes, foil off and voila!


One Response to “Honey Garlic Wings”

  1. clieu October 20, 2010 at 6:42 pm #

    what is it with boys and wings? re: color, maybe next time use dark soy sauce? looks awesomely yummy!

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