Baked Chicken Wings – 2 kinds…Hot & Sweet

This post is originally from February 2018… but I am making these wings for dinner tonight & will serve them with a platter of cut up veggies

Here is a recipe for 2 types of chicken hot, not too hot, & one sweet…not too sweet…so easy for anyone to enjoy!

The recipe for the hot wings is from epicurious & the sweet wings is a recipe from my  my aunt….though I remember hers tasting differently…but Seth says they are good so I decided to share the recipe with you even though they are different!!!

I do not usually make wings…but I know Murray enjoys wings so I gave it a go. He can munch on them tomorrow while he watches the football game…

Note that the original recipe for the hot sauce called for butter, but I used Becel Vegan Margarine

Here is the recipe


14 whole wings / 28 halves ***but you can make as much as you like of course   just adjust the sauce.etc…

1/4 cup flour

salt & pepper

For the Sweet sauce 

1 egg yolk

1 tsp salt

1/4 tsp pepper

1/4 c honey

1/2 tsp paprika

2 tbsp soya souce

2 tbsp lemon juice

2 tbsp oil

For the Hot sauce

6 tbsp vegan margarine

1/2 cup Sriracha sauce

2 tbsp white vinegar


Line a large baking sheet with foil so that the baking sheet is completely covered..this saves your sheet from getting really dirty!

  1. Season the wings with salt & pepper & put them into a large bowl
  2. Toss the wings with the flour, making sure to coat all of the wings
  3. Place the wings beside each other in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet
  4. Cook in a 400f oven for 45-50 minutes until they are crispy & cooked
  5. While the wings are cooking make the sauces
  6. Mix the ingredients for the sweet sauce in a bowl & set aside
  7. In a small saucepan heat the margarine, sriracha sauce & vinegar & bring to a boil & set aside
  8. Check on the wings & if they are finished cooking take them out of the oven.
  9. Now, divide the wings & put the sweet sauce on some & pop them back in the oven at 400f for 30 min
  10. Put the hot sauce on the other wings & put them back in the oven as well
  11. Watch that they don’t burn but they needed the 30 minutes…
  12. Take them out of the oven when completely cooked….







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