I am a glutton. I mean, what should I call myself after eating more than half of what was meant to be my children’s meal I fixed from a recipe in a kid friendly cookbook? But how could I resist? Those chicken wings were so grownup-friendly, too, I just couldn’t help but slyly devour them while they were still hot, just out of the oven. They were good—pleasantly crispy on the outside, surprisingly succulent on the inside, and utterly delicious.
How do you make chicken wings taste so good? Simple. You marinate them in nothing more than honey-ketchup-mayonnaise mixture, dredge them in bread crumbs, then bake in the oven until golden all over. Simple and delicious. Try and see for yourself. And it’s OK if you become a glutton, too. We’ll be a team.
Baked Honey Chicken Wings
Adapted from “Anne, Ben Aciktim,” by Sahrap Soysal
16 chicken wings
2 tablespoons ketchup
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 tablespoons honey
Ground black pepper
Bread crumbs (I used Panko)
1. Cut off and discard the wing tips. In a mixing bowl, combine the chicken wings, ketchup, mayonnaise, honey, salt and pepper (both to taste). Toss to coat the wings well with the marinade. Leave in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight.
2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Put the bread crumbs on a flat plate.
3. Remove the wings from the marinade. Dredge them in the bread crumbs all over, then transfer onto the baking sheet.
4. Bake in the 400ºF (180ºC) oven for about 40 minutes, or until the wings are cooked inside (juices should run clean) and are golden brown.
the wings looks delicious, I prepare a similar recipe and add little soya sauce and hot sauce and also bake them like yours….
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I would be a glutton too for these.
Farida, I am sure your kids forgive you! 🙂 These really look delicious, so I can understand you 🙂
Your photos look great. I almost want to make these now…but it’s 10:30 at night!!!! Yum, Yum!
Those look delightfully crispy!
They look so yummy I can only understand you… 🙂
MMMMMMMMMM,….your baked honey chiciken wings look so lovely & delicious!
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Oh baby, this is totally bookmarked! You self-described glutton (lol)
Sounds super yummy! I love it – and I bet I will try it!
Ooohhhh…those look too good to be true!
My friend, I get the feeling my dear little monkey will love them too. But not before I ‘taste test’ them (once or twice) to make sure they’re up to par, you understand.
interesting combo with the ketchup on there. love the look. great crispy factor!
nyaaaaaammm…. I should have buy wings when shopping for this week. Easy to fix it. The convenience store is just accross the street.
Wow, these look great!
I would do the same! These look so mouth watering. I’ve never used honey with chicken wings before, must try this.
This looks easy and yummy Farida!
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COMMENTS! Glad you like the recipe.
It looks great, thanks for sharing.
Congratulations Farida! You have a gorgeous site! Wonderful recipes, great writing with a great sense of humor 🙂 and beautiful photography! All by you!! Simply amazing! I can’t wait to come back again and again! 🙂 I don’t blame you for devouring those wings. Ha! xo ~ Calle
This is heaven! I love honey in savory dishes!
oh i just love the recipe. its mouth-watering, Alhamdullillah
I made them today .And me and my hubby loved them and started to chew our fingers. Never assumed it would be this delicious.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENTS
Absolutely stunning. Always nice to have a new “wing” recipe as we’re a family of wingaholics.
Ooh Yum! My husband and I absolutely love chicken wings, and we don’t have to worry cause there’s no oil to fry it in. Perfect!!! I will definitely be making it soon! Thanks Farida 🙂
Hello Farida. I made this today without marinating it and it was ok.. i could kind of taste honey but not really.I ll try to marinate next time. What if I add a bit of lemon as well?
DIANA – Sorry somehow missed your comment…Better late than never though. Yes, marinating will make a difference. Lemon should work too.
Good information. Lucky me I came across your blog by chance (stumbleupon). I have saved it for later!