Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Honey Lemon Chicken Wings

It is a long school holiday break right now, and my sister and nieces came over to stay at my place for the holidays. We were out on most days. Yesterday I was feeling lazy and decided to stay home with the younger kids, while my sister and my other older nieces  went shopping.  We ordered home delivery pizzas and I made this Honey Lemon Chicken Wings. 


These are fairly easy, simply bake the chicken wings in the oven for half an hour. Meanwhile, make the sauce, with only three ingredients, honey, lemon juice and garlic. Mix them all together. According to the recipe, remove the pan from the oven, pour the sauce and continue baking for another 20 minutes. I have however, pour half the sauce over the wings, bake for 10 minutes, remove the pan, turn over the wings, pour the remaining half of the sauce over the wings, and bake for another 10 minutes. Place tray on the upper level for about 3-5 minutes more to get them all really brown and nice.

Advise to go easy on the lemon juice, start with a few tablespoons, taste and add more if needed. 



Chicken wings, either roasted, fried, or baked would make a great party food, especially if you are hosting one this coming Christmas.

December is a busy month for most of us, there are Christmas shopping to do, presents to wrap, menus to plan, and despite all that, it is a fun busy month, especially when we have families from out of town stayed over for the holidays. Before you know it, holidays will be over soon, the new school term starts, and life gets back to daily routine! Enjoy this month while it lasts, with only less than three more weeks to go, before the New Year sets in!  


Honey Lemon Chicken Wings
(source from : lifestyle.com, Bill Granger)
16 chicken wings
1-1/2 tsp salt
125ml lemon juice
5 garlic clove (if you are serving it to children, use 1 garlic clove)
90gm honey
lemon wedges

Preheat oven to 200C (400F/Gas6)
Place chicken wings in baking dish. Sprinkle with salt, roast for 30 minutes.
Place lemon juice, garlic and honey in small bowl and stir until honey has dissolved.
Pour over wings and stir till well coated.
Bake for another 20 minutes.
Serve with lemon wedges.


I'm linking this post to Cook Like A Star : Nov/Dec featuring Bill Granger, hosted by Zoe of Bake For Happy Kids, Yen of Eat Your Heart Out and Mich of Piece of Cake.




 

and 

"Baby Sumo's Christmas Recipe Collection 2013" event hosted by Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out


20 comments:

  1. I'm sure the children will love this finger licking good food. Yes, December is truly a busy month for most people and before you knew it, CNY is just round the corner!

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  2. Joyce, this dish is a perfect simple dish to make that will delight all. I'm already imagining sinking my teeth into these chicken wings. Yummilicious!!

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  3. Joyce, Chinese New Year is just around the corner too and these chicken wings would also be perfect for the reunion dinner!

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  4. Hi Joyce, easy and yummylicious. Bookmarked.

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  5. Hi Joyce, my whole family loved these! Yours looks finger licking good!

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  6. Joyce , pizza and honey-lemon chicken wings sounds fantastic ! I just can imagine several sticky fingers reaching out for more of these chicken wings :D

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  7. Gotta love those Chicken wings, Joyce! Turning them over and adding the sauce sounds like a better idea too. So simple and yes, so finger licking good, I'm sure! Enjoy your visitors Joyce!!! And, thank you so much for sharing...

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  8. Excellent! Stupendous! lavish! Running out of adjective. Excellent honey chicken preparation.
    Deepa

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  9. gosh,this post made me misssing home for christnmas even more!
    even this chicken wing is nothing to do with christmas, but since it a staple snack in my home, i guess this comforting dish drive my mood into mellow now……

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  10. Hi Joyce,

    I hear you... all that you said about December is so true! I feel that I'm trapped too in my kind of matrix... Every year and month seems to be a repeating cycle. Strange, isn't it???

    Ai ya... stop thinking too much. Enjoy these delicious chicken wings lah!

    Zoe

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  11. Hi Joyce , love chicken wings and yours are so yummy , thanks for sharing :)

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  12. I love chicken wings and usually buy as a side order if we eat out at the restaurants and I see them being grilled, irresistible! These looks just as yummy!

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  13. I love this Honey lemon chicken wings and i want to grab one first lah!

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  14. Hi Joyce! I may have told you that I have a bit of an addiction to lemon when used in savory foods. So I like the looks of these sweet yet lemony wings. You are right...good for parties. Or anytime! Thank you for sharing.

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  15. Se ve muy sabroso me encantan las alitas de pollo,abrazos.

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  16. they really look brown and nice..and sticky too! yeah, dec seems to be a busy month for many and holidays mean busy eating! haha

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  17. A lot to catch up after back from holidays. Love this easy to prepare chicken wings.

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