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Honey Glazed Chicken Wings

Honey Glazed Chicken Wings
Honey Glazed Chicken Wings

My annual super bowl party is almost here and I’m always trying to up my game when it comes to wing recipes.  For me to consider them for this party, they have to taste really good, not require much prep time, and be cooked in the oven (I have no time to be running out to the grill on this day!).  This recipe for honey glazed chicken wings fits the bill for all 3 criteria!  It’s about as easy as they get, doesn’t even require marinating, and everyone loves them!

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Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Cooking Time:  60 minutes

Total Time: 65 minutes

What You Need


3 pounds of chicken wings, separated at the joint
½ cup oyster sauce
¼ cup liquid honey
4 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon sesame oil
¼ teaspoon pepper

Pots and Utensils

Cookie sheet
Mixing bowl

How To Put Them Together

1. Pre-heat the oven to 375° F.

2. Spread the wings out on the cookie sheet, skin side up.  I usually put down some foil first to make clean up a little easier.

3. Mix the remaining ingredients in the mixing bowl.

4. Pour or brush the sauce over the wings on the cookie sheet.

5. Bake for an hour.  Be careful not to leave them in too much longer than this…the honey will start to burn!  …that’s me speaking from experience

Serve hot for everyone to enjoy!

2 Responses

  1. These look delicious! Love the idea of using oyster sauce, bet it gives you that “hmm what is that unique flavor” feeling! Also like wings that are baked not fried.

    • Wanda

      Thanks, Krystle! Hard to believe but…I live in the south and have never learned how to properly fry chicken…so I have a whole lot of baked chicken recipes 🙂 And I do think the oyster sauce adds a little extra zing to these wings. Thanks for stopping by!

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