This baked honey mustard glazed chicken wings recipe is about as easy as it gets. With only 6 ingredients and no marinating required, it doesn’t take much time to prepare and they are so tasty.
These simple honey mustard chicken wings are one of my favorite recipes to bake when I’m having friends over to watch the game.
Made with only a few ingredients (like oyster or soy sauce, mustard and honey), they are so easy to make for a crowd. They don’t even require marinating.
And they aren’t too messy to eat. So they’re the perfect finger food to eat while sitting on the couch watching TV.
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Here is your shopping list:
- meat – 3 pounds chicken wings. For less work, buy wings that are already separated.
- honey – ¼ cup liquid honey
- mustard – 4 teaspoons Dijon mustard
- flavoring – ½ cup oyster sauce
- oil – 1 teaspoon sesame or vegetable oil. Sesame oil has a bit more flavor.
- seasoning – ¼ teaspoon black pepper. Salt isn’t needed since the oyster sauce provides enough.
- garnishes – chopped fresh parsley, sesame seeds
- Soy sauce can be used instead of oyster sauce, however the glaze will be a little thinner.
- For some extra flavor, add a few drops of hot sauce.
How to make honey mustard glazed chicken wings
Pre-heat the oven to 375℉.
Separate the wings at the joint and discard the tips.
Dry the wings with paper towel.
Line a baking sheet with foil. While this step is optional, it makes clean up much easier.
If you have a wire rack that fits on top of your baking sheet, put it in. This is also optional, but helps the honey glazed chicken wings to turn out crispier.
Spread the wings out, skin side up on the baking sheet or wire rack.
Make the honey mustard sauce
In a small bowl, mix ½ cup oyster sauce, ¼ cup liquid honey, 4 teaspoons Dijon mustard, 1 teaspoon oil and ¼ teaspoon black pepper.
Brush the glaze onto the wings.
Instead of this, you could mix the honey mustard glaze in a large bowl and then toss the wings in the sauce, if you prefer.
Bake at 375℉ for 50 to 55 minutes until golden brown and no longer pink inside.
Be careful not to leave them in too much longer than this. The honey will start to burn! (that’s me speaking from experience)
While most wings can be cooked at 400 F to decrease the cooking time and make the skin crispier, don’t try that with these wings. The higher temperature will cause the honey to burn.
If you want to dress the wings up a bit, sprinkle them with chopped fresh parsley and/or sesame seeds.
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Simple Baked Honey Mustard Glazed Chicken Wings
- knife (if wings need to be separated)
- foil (optional)
- baking rack (optional)
- Baking sheet
- measuring cups and spoons
- mixing bowl
- 3 pounds chicken wings separated at the joint and dried with paper towel
- ½ cup oyster sauce
- ¼ cup liquid honey
- 4 teaspoons Dijon mustard
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil or vegetable oil
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
- few drops hot sauce (optional)
- chopped fresh parsley or sesame seeds for garnish (optional)
- Pre-heat the oven to 375°F.
- (Optional) Line the baking sheet with foil and put a wire rack on top.
- Spread the wings out on the baking sheet (or wire rack), skin side up.
- Mix the remaining ingredients in the mixing bowl.
- Brush the sauce over the wings on the cookie sheet.
- Bake for 50 to 55 minutes. Be careful not to leave them in too much longer than this because the honey will start to burn.
- If desired, sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley and/or sesame seeds before serving.
- Lining the baking sheet with foil makes it easier to clean.
- Baking wings on a wire rack helps them to turn out crispier.
- If you prefer, mix the glaze in a large bowl and then toss the wings in the sauce rather than brushing it on.
- Be careful not to leave the wings in the oven much longer than 50 or 55 minutes…the honey will start to burn!
- While most wings can be cooked at 400°F to decrease the cooking time and make the skin crispier, don’t try that with these wings. The higher temperature will cause the honey to burn.