Friday, September 7, 2012

Brown Sugar BBQ Wings - Football Friday


I think wings are the perfect football food.  We usually do Buffalo Wings, but this time we made these Brown Sugar BBQ Wings.  This recipe is a great alternative for those people that don't like hot and spicy wings.  The wings are coated with a simple sweet and tangy homemade BBQ sauce.  They are easy to make and taste absolutely delicious!  It only took a few minutes to mix up the BBQ sauce and pop the wings in the oven.  We dipped the wings in some ranch and bleu cheese.  Next time I am going to double the recipe because these didn't last long!





Brown Sugar BBQ Wings
(Printable Recipe)

1 cup ketchup
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 Tbsp yellow mustard
1 Tbsp cider vinegar
1/2 tsp black pepper
3 lb chicken drumettes

Preheat oven to 450.  Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and set aside.

In a bowl, whisk together ketchup, brown sugar, Worcestershire, mustard, vinegar and pepper.  Toss chicken drumettes in half of the BBQ sauce.  Set aside remaining half of the bbq sauce for tossing cooked chicken.

Place chicken on foil lined pan and bake for 35 minutes, turning halfway though the cooking time.  Toss baked drumettes in remaining BBQ sauce and serve with ranch or bleu cheese, if desired.



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16 comments:

  1. This barbeque wings sure looks delicious! Our mouths are watering by simply looking at them. Thanks for sharing Steph

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  2. My husband is going to LOVE these.

    Happy Football Friday and War Eagle :)

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  4. Sounds delicious! I'm going to try it with drumsticks instead of wings tonight!

    Just a safety point: the BBQ should be divided in half into SEPARATE dishes BEFORE tossing the raw chicken in it. Whatever is left over from the first half (that the raw chicken is tossed in) should be thrown away. Then toss the baked chicken in the other half of the sauce. You don't want to cross contaminate the BBQ sauce and toss the baked chicken in the same sauce you tossed the raw chicken. :-)

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  5. These look delicious, but they also look super sweet, too. I'd prefer a smoky and spicy BBQ to a sweet one, but I sure can't deny how good these look and I know I'd have to have one if they were in front of me.

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  6. These wings sound good. I made a Chris Lilly recipe last week that uses a simple caramelized soy sauce on peppered wings - heaven! So yea, spicy is good but sometimes you want a sweet wing.

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  7. These look like the kinda wings my family would love!

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  8. I cooked these yesterday afternoon with the small drumsticks. My husband loved them. My question is: is 450 degrees the correct temp? The BBQ sauce burned and the wings were done well before 35 minutes.

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  9. lisamaesc - I did cook them at 450 and didn't have any issues. I cooked them on a rack so they were directly on the pan - maybe that made a difference. You can lower the temperature if you oven cooks hotter.

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  10. Made these to day for football today... They were AMAZING. i doctored my sauce with some hot sauce and It was amazing. Good snack for the game... Will surely be making this again. I am thinking about usin this sauce for some ribs. =)

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  11. This is such a mouthwatering treat, it'd be a great beer match. Every time we go clubbing, we usually order Buffalo chicken wings, but this would be a nice alternative too.

    -Gwyn Stiles

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  12. I am in the progress of making these! The house smell so good! Can't wait

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