When my husband and I visited Gram, she always had Chicken Wings and legs cooking on the stove.
We never got to leave without a taste and I do have to say, they are great!
My husband, prefers his chicken without the bone, but with or without the bone, these are excellent for game day or any other day for that matter!
Serve them up with a side of Hot Sauce or Hot Butter & Garlic but the sweetest way is to prepare and use the recommended sauce.
Either way, the meat is tender and will pull off the bone quite easily.
Sprinkle chicken with garlic powder and let set for 2-3 hours or overnight(better).
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Heat oil in pan.
Wash chicken then roll in corn starch.
Dip chicken in the egg, and fry until lightly brown.
Heat to a boil the sauce ingredients.
Mix 2 Tsp. corn starch and cook until sauce thickens.
Dip wings in the sauce, and place on a well greased foil cookie sheet.
Bake for 1 hour.
If you like them hot, add your favorite hot sauce either to the sauce ingredients or omitting the soy sauce then let it bake with the wings.
Strain extra sauce for dipping and keep warm when serving.
John's Honey Mustard Chicken Roll-Ups
Now, you know how good chicken wings can be, but when you combine our version of Honey Mustard Chicken and cook it in a crockpot or roaster oven and serve it up with Grams Chicken Wings, you will please those who like bone in chicken and those who don't.
Try this on for size and serve both. You will have nothing but smiling faces and maybe a few left-overs for lunch the next day.
By the way, you will want to cook this one in a roaster oven.
Preheat your roaster oven to 450 degrees F.
Mix the cup of honey, mustard, teriyaki sauce, ground ginger, Lemon pepper together in a bowl and let stand.
Pound the chicken breasts to about 1/4 inch thickness and lay flat.
Brush the honey mustard mixture on each breast.
Place 1 slice of cheese on each piece.
Top with the chopped pepper and onion
Roll each piece of chicken and secure with either cotton string or tooth picks.
Brush with remaining mixture.
Arrange the pieces on the rack then place in the preheated Nesco cooker.
Cover and plug in the air fan.
Cook for about 18 minutes or until internal temperature is 170 degrees F. using a meat thermometer.
Serve with some extra Honey Mustard mixture for those who like extra sauce.
Adding a quarter cup of water to the bottom of the cooker when cooking will create some moisture for the roll-ups.