honey garlic sauce for chicken wings

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    you can use this with cooked wings or pieces of chicken cut and friend in panko crumbs..


    now depending on how much chicken you have...is how much sauce you make...here is the basic recipe....you can just adapt it...

    equal parts of butter and honey.....

    3 smashed gloves of garlic or to taste...

    you can add chopped green onions just before you toss....

    put the honey and butter in a fry pan or wok....stir in the garlic......stir for a minute or two....toss in cooked chicken and stir till well coated....

    there you go
     
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    Sorry Bones but honey and garlic!!!!!!! eeeeewwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    try it ring...just try it
     
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    Looks like a good'n.

    I've hesitated cooking my wings with the panko for fear they brown too quickly. Is this your experience?

    Also - deep fry or pan fry?

    Inquiring minds want to know. :D
     
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    thank you
     
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    I'm not into sweets. I prefer my sauces, food, general oral intake (yeah I'm leaving myself wide open - in more ways than one) to be tart and or spicy.
     
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    I have a similar recipe which works well as a marinade or a sauce for baking chicken parts:

    1/2 cup soy sauce
    1/4 cup sugar
    2 cloves minced garlic
    1/4 tsp paprika

    Salty, sweet, garlicky is a good combo for chicken :)
     
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    o o dont do the wings in panko...sorry...i do panko when i do a breast and cut it into fingers.....dont do wings the panko will burn....


    another recipe: now this is for the hard core:

    1/2 butter
    1/2 tabasco


    the honey garlic

    it isnt an overly sweet sauce and you can adjust it
     
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    Thanks for heads up on the panko. It's something I'd considered.

    I do like to deep fry my chicky bits and usually dust them w/a corn meal and flour mixture lightly seasoned w/Mrs. Dash table blend. I'll try that sauce next time.
     
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    Yum! Very yum!
     

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