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I took this recipe a step further by adding a teaspoon of cayenne powder and a dash of garlic powder. Also I found that the heat from the wings alone is sufficient and no simmering is needed if you apply the sauce immediately.
Thank You for the great reviews and I am glad to see that others are playing around wth this yummy easy glaze. I tried it on a whole baked chicken and it came out great but you have to watch it because it will burn very easy.
I used blsl chicken breasts cubed & doubled the "glaze" so I could serve it over rice. That being said it was REALLY orange-y. Maybe I should've expected that since it IS "orange glazed chicken..." but I was hoping the other ingredients would all blend together to make something flavorful & phenomenal...nope....just orange. I threw in some ginger & more soy sauce to tone it down a bit. It was decent but I won't make it again. Thank you!
Done it 10 times and still have high demand. I added some dry pepper flakes to make it spicy hot and I do also one without for kids. Not only with chicken wings also with chicken breast strips thights and even with hearts & guizzards.... which did not have a very nice presentation but were a big success as well. Thank you for sharing this wonderful delicious cheap and easy recipe!!!
Rating: 2 stars
I didn't like the taste of these very strange mix to me. Won't be making these again.