This recipe is delicious, and while the wings didn't have the crispy crunchy outside of a fried wing they (and especially the sauce) were delicious.
I bought a 10 lb bag of pre-separated frozen wings from Costco and used 4 different kinds of sauce (3 bottled + this honey sriracha sauce)-- this homemade sauce was the favorite by far.
yield: ~30 wing pieces
~30 chicken wing pieces, thawed if frozen
¼ C extra virgin olive oil
for honey sriracha sauce
½ C sriracha
½ C honey (I used raw buckwheat honey)
1 tbs olive oil
3 tbs molasses
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 tbs onion flakes (I used Tastefully Simple Onion Onion)
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- Put the wings in a bowl, season liberally with salt and pepper.
- Drizzle with olive oil, mix around to make sure all wings are coated.
- In a large rectangle baking dish (I used my pyrex), add enough aluminum foil to completely cover the wings (you are going to make an aluminum foil pouch of wings). Use more than one dish if you need to.
- Add the wings in a single layer to the prepared dish.
- Close and seal all sides of the aluminum foil around the wings.
- Bake for 50 minutes.
- for honey sriracha sauce: Combine all ingredients into a large bowl, whisk well to combine.
- Cover sauce and place in the refrigerator until the wings are done cooking.
- When the wings are done cooking, remove from the oven and carefully open the foil pouch.
- Carefully pour off the juices.
- Place wings into sauce bowl (I used tongs to pick them up and put them in there).
- Make sure all of the wings are coated.
- Place wings back into the aluminum foil lined baking dish, but don't close the pouch.
- Turn the broiler on low.
- Place wings under the broiler for 4 minutes.
- Remove the baking dish from the oven and carefully flip each wing.
- Place wings back under the broiler for 4 minutes.
- Toss wings in any remaining sauce before serving.