Chicken wings

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Source: CDKitchen

Rick’s friend Jon came down to visit over the weekend. While they were hanging out around the house, I wanted to make sure they had something to munch on all day. We can’t have our visitors getting hungry! 🙂 I thought these chicken wings would be a good bet. I cooked them on high for 4 hours, so they were ready when Jon got here, and just left them in the crockpot all day on warm, so they could grab some whenever they wanted. These were a hit, and great for the next time you’re having people over.

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Ingredients:

5 lb. bag frozen chicken wings (mine was 4 lbs., so I adjusted all other ingredients accordingly)
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup mustard
4 tbsp. soy sauce

Directions:
Place chicken wings in crockpot. In a large bowl, combine brown sugar, mustard and soy sauce, stirring until well combined. Dump over chicken wings, and toss to cover as much as you can. Cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours.

Note, this makes a lot of extra sauce — we ended up dumping a lot of it. So if you wanted to cut down on the measurements a little, that would probably work as well.

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4 Comments »

  1. mmmm…these sound yummy!! 🙂

  2. Mary said

    What a treat and they’re so easy to do. I’ll bet your husband was thrilled. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us. Have a great weekend.

  3. Sue said

    I like things that can just “hang out” in the crockpot.

  4. […] wings, that can be done as well! For directions on using chicken wings instead of legs, check out this post — just swap out the ingredients for the sauce and use the sauce from this recipe […]

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