Three-ingredient Chicken Wing Recipe Perfect Kick-Off Snack
Have your pile of napkins ready for Lori's famous chicken wings. They're easy, no-fuss and kid friendly, too!
Two weeks ago I went to an end-of-season softball party for my daughter’s softball team. Everyone brought a little something, but the chicken wings really stuck out. Lori, the hostess with the mostest , made her famous wings. This year, I asked her for the recipe. When she told me the ingredients I almost fell off my stool! Chicken wings, teriyaki sauce and brown sugar. That’s it. How could three little ingredients make such a a tasty chicken wing?
You cook these wings for 3 hours, turn them once halfway through, and keep the oven at 350 degrees throughout the cooking time. At 350 degrees for 3 hours, you’d think they’d dry out, but instead they caramelize and become deliciously sweet and sticky. So, if you’re planning on watching the Pats game this Sunday grab a few bags of frozen wings and the other two ingredients and in 3 hours you’ll have yourself some great wings.
Lori's Famous Chicken Wings
Two 5 lb. bags frozen chicken wings
2 cups teriyaki sauce
2 cups brown sugar (light or dark)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place frozen chicken wings in baking dish (I used a large roasting pan with high sides because there is a lot of liquid). Whisk together the teriyaki sauce and brown sugar until sugar dissolves. Pour teriyaki-sugar mixture over chicken wings. Bake at 350 degrees for 1.5 hours. Turn wings. Continue baking for an additional 1.5 hours. I covered the wings for the first 1.5 hours and took the foil off for the last 1.5 hours and they came out perfect!