This delicious recipe for chicken wings is one of my family's favorites. They request it often, and I am always happy to oblige, since it is so very quick and easy to prepare! The sauce requires only two simple ingredients ... and the recipe takes only 30 minutes to prepare from prep to finish!
Preheat broiler with rack positioned 4 to 5 inches from source of heat.
Rinse wings and pat dry. Cut off tips.
In measuring cup, combine Hoisin Sauce and Soy Sauce.
Arrange wings in a single layer on a large boiling pan. It will be a tight fit ... try to arrange them so they do not overlap each other or hang off edges of the broiling pan.
Broil wings for 10 minutes.
Turn wings over and broil for 10-12 minutes longer, or until golden and chicken loses its pink color throughout.
Brush wings all over with half of the Hoisin Sauce mixture.
Broil wings 1 to 2 minutes, or until glaze bubbles and browns.
Turn wings over. Brush with remaining Hoisin Sauce mixture. Broil 1 to 2 minutes longer.
NOTE: You'll probably need to open your oven door slightly off and on during the broiling, as there tends to be a lot of smoking. If you have a smoke alarm in your kitchen, it will most definitely go off! But these wings are so delicious that it is definitely worth the smoke ... and the noise!