We love chicken wings. They are one of our go to game day foods along with some of our other favorite appetizers like our Easy Guacamole. Now, game day might mean the Super Bowl, but it could also mean girls night or Real Housewives viewing party night. “Game day” just means there’s some sort of social gathering or event and you’re going to splurge and have some of your favorite food on hand. For us that means chicken wings. So we have a few chicken wing recipes that we really like. Today we’ll teach you how we make our Slow Bake Soy-Glazed Wings. Perfect for Game Day. Or game night!
We do often make these wings for the Super Bowl which most consider to be the game day of all game days, but it’s fine if you want to eat these wings in your pjs while you’re watching the Bachelor. We get it. I can’t believe crazy-eyes just got a rose!
If you do make these wings, just remember they take a few hours so plan ahead. I remember making these one time for the Super Bowl and I made the mistake of going to the store the day of the game at peak shopping hours. Doh! I knew we were in trouble when we couldn’t find a parking space or cart. Fortunately another family was leaving as we were entering and we were able to snag one of the huge truck carts. Not the easiest thing to maneuver to begin with, add in a packed store teeming with grumpy last minute big game shoppers and it was less than ideal. But, we got it done! Sometimes it’s just about getting it done. But, general speaking, I try to avoid the store at peak times or before snowstorms. My shopping nightmare is shopping with all 3 kids on Super Bowl weekend with a big snowstorm in the forecast. And I just know I’d get the shopping cart with the squeaky wheel and cashier who’s grumpy and squashes all my produce.
But with a little planning ahead you can enjoy these slow baked soy glazed wings without the above nightmare. And despite the long bake time, these wings are actually super simple to make. And the slow baking ensures you end up with really crispy wings which we all love. Right?
First, you mix up the wing glaze which is just soy sauce, garlic powder, and sugar. Then after you’ve spread the wings on a foil lined baking sheet or pan you brush on a coating of the glaze. Next you’ll just bake and repeat the glazing step every 30 minutes. 2 hours later and “BAM!”, awesome crispy slow baked soy glazed chicken wings. Game time!
Enough salivating, here’s our Soy Glazed Wing Recipe:
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