Last night my son Joe came for dinner and said, “You should put your party wings on the blog. You always make them for parties, everyone really likes them.”
I hadn’t thought of that, but he was right. They are good, and I do make them frequently for gatherings. They are so very good!
This recipe makes a lot of wings. But that’s ok. If you do happen to have any left, you can take them home and eat them yourself!
Take 6 pounds of chicken wings, split them in two and discard the tips. Now you have an equal number of drums and flats.
In a large bowl, mix together well the following:
1C soy sauce, 1C honey, 1/2C molasses, 1/4C chili sauce, 2t ground ginger, and 4 cloves garlic, minced.
Divide the wings between 2- 1 gallon zippy bags. Pour the sauce over wings, divide evenly between the bags. Seal the bags, and turn them several times to totally coat the wings.
Refrigerate at least 1 hour, up to 12 hours. Turn the bags occasionally.
Preheat the oven to 375. Line 2 large rimmed baking sheets with foil and spray lightly with cooking spray. Arrange the wings on the baking sheets. Brush with reserved marinade.
Put the wings in the oven. Cook 50 to 60 minutes, brushing frequently with marinade and turning wings once. The wings are done when nicely browned and juices run clear.
Party on my friends. These wings are always a huge hit!