It's a sure winner at our house and perfect for parties. The best part about it besides the incredible taste is that it's easy to make and inexpensive. You'll make it again and again.
Cut tips from wings and cut wings in half. This is easy if you locate the joint. You'll have about 50 pieces. Place wings in a large sturdy zip lock plastic bag or other similar container to marinate. Place all ingredients except chicken in a bowl and stir till garlic powder is dissolved, creating a marinade. Add marinade to chicken wings in the bag or container and turn so all wings are covered. Let marinate for at least 5 hours, turning occasionally.
Drain off liquid and arrange wings on a shallow pan lightly sprayed with cooking spray, being careful not to overlap wings (you may need two pans). Bake uncovered in preheated oven at 350 degrees F for 35 to 45 minutes or until wings are browned (they will not be crispy) and meat is cooked.
Sometimes I brush the wings with Chinese duck sauce the last 10 minutes of baking but mostly I serve it with the duck sauce on the side. Enjoy, they are really good. I got the recipe years ago from a good friend of mine. Her family owned a Chinese restaurant so you know the recipe is authentic!
By Janet from Long Island, NY
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