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Save about 1/3 or 1/2 the marinade and use corn starch to thicken on the stove. Then brush the sauce over wings during last 15 minutes of bake time. Extra delicious!! (Using all the marinade I ended up with 4 C. left over sauce--too much!!)
You cannot go wrong with this recipe. Although I love deep fried wings and drumettes I try to stay away not being that healthy and all. This recipe rocked! Easy and unbelievable flavor. I followed the same process of cutting the water and using more pineapple juice. I am not a fan of using marinade that has had raw chicken soaking in it so I just made some more to sauce the chicken when done cooking and wowza. Really great.
Followed suggestions and upped the pineapple juice and lowered the water. Didn't have fresh ginger or garlic so substituted dry. Reduced it on the stove to coat wings with after cooking and it was incredibly salty and bordered on inedible. Probably would not make again.
These were great! Next time I'm going to let them marinate for 3-4 hours to absorb more of the flavor I marinated them for a little over an hour and they were real good but would be much better stronger
Half the wings water soy sugar (used brown). Used whole amt of pineapple juice and added in a hand full of titbits. Heaping on the garlic forgot the oil. Ran it thru the blender. Marinated 2.5 hours. Boiled the leftover marinade dumped half (salty) added back some water and brown sugar. Reduced then thickened with cornstarch slurry for dipping sauce. Good! Gotta watch these towards the end of bake time or they will burn. Used non stick foil.