Thanks to my father, I'm a big foodie who's been cooking since I was a young girl. Cooking is a passion that brings me joy and relaxation.
Teriyaki Chicken Wings
Teriyaki Party Wings
Who doesn't love a good chicken wing recipe. This is the only one I make for parties because it's the best. If you serve these amazing teriyaki chicken wings, your guests will always come back. Please, try it once and you'll never make another chicken wing recipe again. The other great thing about serving chicken at parties, is the health benefits of this particular protein. Go ahead; indulge on the chicken wings.
Ingredients for Baked Chicken Wings
|Prep time||Cook time||Ready in||Yields|
1 hour 15 min
Serves 6-8 people
Health Benefits of Chicken
When you find yourself enjoying a delicious appetizer of chicken wings, you don't have to feel guilt. Here are some health benefits of chicken:
- Chicken is known be aid in cardiovascular health as opposed to other meats or proteins.
- Chicken helps to balance cortisol hormone levels
- Chicken helps boost our immune system
- Chicken helps support psychological health
- Chicken helps aid/protecting eyesight
- Chicken helps support body tissues and cells
- Chicken aids in nail health and support
- Chicken helps prevent the seasonal cold
- Chicken can support us in weight loss
- Chicken helps support oral health
- Chicken helps treat anemia
Delicious Chicken Wings
Marinade Chicken 2-4 Hours
Instructions for Teriyaki Chicken Wings
- Mix together all sauce ingredients with a whisk.
- Add thoroughly washed and patted chicken pieces to sauce bowl.
- Marinade chicken in refrigerator 2-4 hours before baking.
- Place chicken in baking dish or on baking pan.
- Pour 3/4 of sauce mixture on top of chicken pieces.
- Bake chicken at 350 degree's for approximately one hour.
- Take them out of oven and cool before eating to prevent burning your mouth.
- Serve with celery sticks and Ranch dressing.
Ingredients for Teriyaki Chicken Wings
- 1 Bag Chicken Wings and Drummies, Pieces
- 3 Tablespoons White Vinegar
- 3 Tablespoons Soy Sauce
- 3 Tablespoons Brown and White Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Teriyaki Sauce
- 1 Tablespoon Ginger
- 2 Teaspoons or 2 Cloves Garlic, Minced or Shredded
Baked Chicken Wings
Home-Made Teriyaki Sauce
If you have the time and energy, you can choose to make your own teriyaki sauce
1 cup low-sodium soy sauce
1 cup grapefruit juice
1/4 cup hoisin sauce
1/4 cup ketchup
3 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 fresh, hot red chile, halved
5 garlic cloves, halved
2 -inch piece fresh ginger, smashed with the side of a large knife
Teriyaki Chicken Wings
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Baked Chicken Wings
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© 2010 Linda Rogers
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on May 20, 2012:
Trust me, you can easily make these wings. Thanks for checking it out.
Steve Wright from Norwich, England on May 16, 2012:
These look absolutely yum, I am going to give them a go myself, it's about time I tried to make things myself as opposed to cheating by ordering in! Thanks for sharing!
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on March 19, 2012:
Thanks 'the girls'. They are easy to make and everyone will go bananna's for them.
Theresa Ventu from Los Angeles, California on March 19, 2012:
Looks so delicious and easy to follow! Thanks for sharing your family secret :-)
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 14, 2011:
It is really nummy. We make these a lot for Vikings Games when we pull out appetizers.
Betty Bolden from Bucyrus Ohio on November 14, 2011:
sounds so yummy
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on December 12, 2010:
breathe2travel-I usually use ginger powder because it's on hand. You can use the real thing as I'm sure it would be awesome. I just keep it simple. So glad your gonna try it out. By the way, thanks a lot for voting up and useful:)
Heidi from Gulf Coast, USA on December 06, 2010:
I love good wings... my dad made some on his visit here over the Thanksgiving weekend -- however his recipe is time consuming & requires nursing/detail. Your recipe sounds simple -- and less time consuming... I think I shall try it! :) Voted up & useful.
quick question - is the ginger freshly graded, or dried/powder? I'm guessing the latter bc you specify "fresh" garlic.
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 13, 2010:
What a great compliment WeNdY-They are super delectable. I make them a lot when we watch football over here and everyone goes nuts for them. I actually made them last Sunday and they were gone within the hour of the football game starting. I made a triple batch too. Have a great weekend:)
WeNdYpOoPoO from Hudson Valley NY on November 12, 2010:
I have to admit I am sitting here starving at 12 am in the morning lol and I think I just licked my computer screen hehe they look good.
Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on August 15, 2010:
Hi Bobbi and cvanthul-My friends and family swear by this marinade. You will be a hero in their eyes. Hee hee. Thanks for reading my recipe. I love cooking and love trying out new recipes and that includes marinades. Send any my way if you have any.
Cristina Vanthul from Florida on August 15, 2010:
Sounds delicious! We grill our wings over charcoal but this marinade is one we're going to have try soon.
BobbiRant from New York on August 15, 2010:
I'm going to try this recipe. I book marked it. Thanks for a recipe that looks so tasty.