Sweet Soy Ginger Chicken Wings
If you are looking for easy party appetizers, these chicken wings made with molasses are simple to make. They come out a delicious looking brown color because of the molasses and you can serve them with a dipping sauce or alone because they have their own sweet and sour flavor because of the marinade. If you are going to serve a fish, beef, or pork main course, you might like to serve these delicious marinated chicken wings first. They are also nice at a buffet.
Chicken wings are always popular hot appetizer recipes but they are often served plain or with a basic rub on them or a sauce with them. Spicing them up with a delicious soy and molasses sauce makes them sticky, sweet and really, really flavorful. Adults and kids alike will love this juicy chicken appetizer recipe and, served warm from the oven, they are irresistible.
You need to throw the marinade away after using it for the chicken wings. These oven baked chicken wings are sweet and sticky and have a fusion flavor because of the Asian ingredients and the western ones. For a wonderful party appetizer that will be incredibly popular, why not make these delicious chicken wings with molasses?
- 3 lbs chicken wings
- 2 tablespoons chili sauce
- 2 garlic cloves
- ½ cup honey
- ¼ cup molasses
- 1 teaspoon ground ginger
- ½ cup soy sauce
- Finely chop the garlic cloves and rinse the chicken under running cold water.
- Mix the molasses and honey together, then add the soy sauce and stir.
- Sprinkle in the garlic and ginger, then add the chili sauce and mix well.
- Pour this mixture over the chicken, coating the wings well.
- Cover the bowl tightly and let the chicken wings marinate for an hour or more.
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and line the broiler pan with aluminum foil.
- Take the chicken wings out of the marinade and lay them on the pan in a single layer.
- Brush the marinade over the chicken and bake for 30 minutes.
- Brush them again with more marinade and bake for 20 minutes longer.
- Pierce the chicken with a fork. If the juice runs clear, they are done.
- If not, give them another 5 minutes and try again.
Chicken wings are always good whether you fry or roast them, but cooking them in the oven frees up the stove so you can make something else on there. The wings are marinated in a rich Asian marinade first of all, and then they are allowed to cook in the oven until they are done. The finished wings will have a distinctive Asian flavor and you will find them very juicy. Wings are naturally juicier than chicken breast meat, for example, but adding a marinade just increases the juiciness factor, which everyone will find very appealing.
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