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These were excellent. I got rave reviews from my guests. Very easy to make. I marinated overnight as others suggested and baked in the oven the next day at 350 for 1 hour and 400 for 1/2 hour. I put everything into a crockpot to keep warm to serve later in the afternoon. This is a keeper!
Both excellent and tasty. I used the recipe for wings & thighs. I put all ingredients together plus a splash of hot sauce and one tablespoon of minced garlic brought to a low boil. I ten poured the sauce over the chicken and baked @ 350 for 60 minutes then @400 for an additional 20 minutes to brown. YUMMY!!!! I only used HALF of the dressing
I've never posted a review before on All Recipes but I have to say this recipe warrants it! My family and I just finished devouring these wings and the only words that were said during and directly after were "These are the best wings I've ever had." I used the advice of mixing the marinade sauce ingredients before pouring it over the wings. The only addition I made was one and a half teaspoons of cayenne pepper to give it some kick. This will be the only way we have wings from now on! I wish I had more RIGHT NOW!:)
Another "good" recipe. I've had better wings found from this site but I wouldn't classify this as bad either. I'm pretty particular about my wings I guess. Although the recipe doesn't state to thaw the wings...are you suppossed to cook them in the oven frozen? I don't know but I choose to thaw them and then I quick-fried them in a pan (maybe 5 minutes) so that they wouldn't be mushy (texture issue for me). I took another's advice by mixing the dressing/onion mix & preserves together before pouring overall for an even distribution of taste. A little sweet but good.
These really are verrry tasty Cindy! We loved the flavor of these.I didn't have apricot preserves so I used Peach. Yum. If you're tired of the same old Soy Sauce/Teriyaki flavored wings try these! They are unique tasting easy to make and make a great presentation. They are a rosey brown color rather than the dark brown we so often see.This will be a keeper for many years to come at our house! Thanks Cindy.
Some modifications: used about 5lbs unfrozen wings 1 jar of apricot preserves 1 full bottle of Catalina Free Salad Dressing 1 package of Lipton Onion Soup Mix baked at 375 sprinkled with paprika and then covered with Frank's Hot Sauce (about 1/2 cup). Tender juicy and nice flavors!
Good easy recipe although I used fresh wings which was alot of work...I wouldn't recommend it if you're in a hurry! I mixed all sauce ingredients in a bowl then tossed in the wings to coat. Thanks for sharing Cindy!