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Asian Style Baked Chicken Wings

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These baked wings are healthier than the standard and will be a definite hit at your next party!

Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce
  • ½ teaspoons Cayenne Pepper
  • ¼ teaspoons Black Pepper
  • ½ teaspoons Ginger Powder
  • 2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • 2 pounds Chicken Wings
  • Duck Sauce, For Brushing On Wings And For Dipping
  • Hot Mustard, For Dipping

Preparation

Mix together soy sauce, cayenne pepper, black pepper, ginger powder, brown sugar and garlic powder to make marinade. Marinate wings in this sauce overnight.

Preheat oven to 450ºF.

Cover a baking pan with foil and coat with cooking spray. Place wings skin side up on the baking pan and drizzle with the marinade. Cook at 450ºF for 10 minutes. Reduce temperature to 400ºF. Remove wings, flip them over and brush with duck sauce. Place wings back in the oven and cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Reduce temperature to 375ºF. Remove the wings, flip them over and brush with more duck sauce. Place wings back in oven and cook for 20 minutes.

While wings are cooking, mix 2 parts duck sauce to 1 part hot mustard for dipping sauce.

Serve wings with dipping sauce and enjoy!

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Shawna C. on 6.24.2014

Trying this recipe this weekend and will be back with a review….Just know I am going to love it.

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Maria on 3.22.2015

Made these last night. OMG!!!! The BEST wings I’ve ever had. I did tweak the recipe. We are not spicy food eaters in my house. I made 3 pounds of wings and multiplied all the ingredients by 1½, but I only put in ¼ teaspoon cayenne. My kids wouldn’t eat them because they were “too spicy”. My kids are big babies (they’re 17 and 31, not little kids!). That was ok though, because it means I had wings for breakfast, and will have them for lunch for the next few days! They were really really good. Next time I make them, I am going to make the same amount, but make 2 pounds without cayenne for the big babies, and then make 1 pound with just a pinch of cayenne for me!

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WestieMom on 8.2.2012

These were easy and flavor-packed (my two favorite requirements for a recipe) :) I took these to a picnic last weekend and they were gone in a minute! I used all of the duck sauce to baste the wings while baking; so instead of serving the duck sauce/mustard dipping sauce, I served them with a side of Asian Peanut sauce. Great recipe that I’ll definitely be making again & again!

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prairieprincess on 2.27.2012

My family loved these! Great flavor. Will definitely make again!

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eigoob85 on 1.14.2012

so delicious. i agree that the sauce wasn’t necessary but i love mustard and thought it was great when i decided or remembered to dip.

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Maria on 1.13.2012

I made these yesterday and they are DELICIOUS! They had so much flavor. I admit that I rarely follow recipes, so I eyeballed the amounts in the marinade and just tasted as I went.

The dipping sauce seems unnecessary. I made it, since it was part of the recipe, but we didn’t touch it. It wasn’t particularly tasty – sorry! Doesn’t matter though, because the wings were so flavorful, it wasn’t necessary to dip!

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