These little babies are always a huge hit. It’s a variation of Maximized Living’s version. The slight changes I’ve made to the recipe put this one over the top.
Each time I make these wings, the store-bought one’s friends and family bring end up not being touched! That’s how good these are. Most wings are fried using damaged oils, use ingredients filled with MSG, sugar, and gluten. This makes typical wings far from nutritious.
Not the case with these teriyaki wings. Eat them as an appetizer, a snack or even for an entire meal. Dial the heat up or down to your taste. It is up to you! That’s one of the best parts of this recipe, not to mention, it is gluten-free!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Grab a medium saucepan and melt butter over medium heat. Once melted add all ingredients but the chicken wings to the pan and stir until ingredients are mixed well.
In a large mixing bowl, add the sauce and the chicken wings and mix them until wings are coated well.
Cover a large baking sheet or pan with parchment paper and spread wings out making sure to leave space between each wing. This allows them to cook through evenly.
Place the pan in the oven at 350 degrees for 30-45 or until wings are cooked enough. You can stop here or continue for more tender wings continue cooking for 3-4 more hours, turning the wings every 30 minutes.
To guarantee this recipe remains gluten free for you, make sure you use organic ingredients and a quality hot sauce. Too many hot sauces are full of additives, preservatives and are not gluten-free.