This addictive and easy to make teriyaki chicken wings recipe is perfect as an appetizer for a party, picnic or just at home for an easy snack! (Jump directly to the recipe.)
It’s been five days of chicken wings here at Eat the Love and today, the last day of chicken wings week, had me trying to figure out what I should make. I had a million ideas for recipe but in the end, I decided to make one of my all time favorite wings, teriyaki chicken wings! Sweet and sticky, these wings are the classic party wings for pretty much any occasion.
Now, when I think chicken wings, even though I clearly make and like a wide range of wings, I usually think of teriyaki chicken wings. Maybe it’s that sort of nostalgia I have from when I would order them by the pound at the grocery store deli case in college. Maybe it’s because my friend Ben used to bring them to any and every picnic we had here in San Francisco when I first moved here. Or maybe because they’re just so darn good.
Sweet and sticky, these are the sort of wings that are tasty in any condition, piping hot from the oven, sitting out at room temperature or even cold from the fridge. And they are dead easy to make. Teriyaki sauce itself is pretty easy to make on your own but if you want to cheat, you can always just buy a teriyaki glaze at the store and use that. But I love the clean sharp punchy flavor of the homemade stuff myself. It’s not as sickeningly sweet at the bottled stuff. And in the end, I’m pretty happy that I ended this year’s chicken wings week on my teriyaki chicken wings.
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