|The Great Wings Book (Great Series)|
|by Teri Sandison|
The perfect accompaniment for summer barbecues, sporting events, picnics, and parties, chicken wings have come a long way since the city of Buffal...
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Add All Ingredients in pan or pot and let cook until heated. Taste and adjust seasoning. Makes about 40-60 wings. Works best when grilling or baking them!!!
Pour liquid over wings. Cover. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour, uncovered. Pour off liquid, cook for 1/2 hour more.
Mix all together; pour over wings. Marinate several hours. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour. Then broil on both sides until browned and crispy looking.
Mix: 1/2 c. ... slightly lumpy. Marinate wings at least 1 ... oil. Drain. Mix sauce thoroughly; spread chicken ... and dip wings individually if desired.
Simmer soy sauce, sugar and ... Mean while, cut wings in half (throwing ... and then pour maple syrup over top. ... Mixture may be frozen and reused once more.
Pour all ingredients together over chicken wings. Marinate overnight. ... for 20 minutes. Turn wings over, bake 20 minutes longer. Serve hot. Delicious!
Mix together maple syrup, soy sauce and cranberry sauce. ... until tender. Drain and serve. (Easy to eat at picnics because chicken slides off the bone.)
Mix all ingredients together except meat. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush both sides of meat with mixture. Roast 1 1/2 hours. Basting is optional. ...
Mix all ingredients. Marinate chicken 4 hours or overnight for best flavor. Preheat oven at 350 degrees. Put almost drained chicken in baking pan. ...
Cut off wingtips and discard; cut wings in half at ... done, turning and basting occasionally with reserved 1 cup syrup mixture. Yields 8 appetizer servings.
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