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These wings have a citrus flavor that's slightly sweet with some heat.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, January 2009
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  • CKL20688719
    6 FEB, 2012
    I did not care for these at all. I thought the sweet and spicy both were too subtle. The spice level was ok, but the spice flavor wasn't very interesting. The wings didn't get at all crispy--not sure if they were supposed to or not, but either way the skin was just flabby and soggy. My husband thought they weren't bad (not exactly great but ok) and he's the bigger chicken wing fan, so it's a mixed review from me!
  • Luigipie
    22 JAN, 2012
    The recipe was really easy to make. I made if for game today and everyone liked them. But the 1/4 cup of siracha hot sauce just wasn't enough, so if you like spicy, add 1/2 cup. And i would cook the wings at 450 degrees for the last 20 minutes instead. It'll make them crispier! Enjoy!
  • ClaremontKim
    28 JAN, 2011
    very tasty! the tip to spread the wings between two trays was very helpful, the wings got nice and crispy!
  • rockidavidson
    10 DEC, 2010
    i added more spicy - cayenne and tapatillo. sooo delish! i love love love lucinda!
  • annapell
    1 NOV, 2010
    I didn't think this was spicy, but 2 of my guests did. In any case, it was a hit, and perfect to leave out for the guys watching a sports game. I will definitely make again. I used regular drumsticks instead of wings.
  • twostickbugs
    8 FEB, 2010
    I made this and found that it wasn't too spicy, but I like a lot of spice, so that may not apply to everyone. However, I found that it was kind of bland otherwise, and was a little dissapointed with overall flavor. I wouldn't make again, probably.
  • gitinoam
    16 JAN, 2010
    I made these last night and was a bit disapointed w/ them. The other reviews here were such raves that I was sure that they would be amazing. These came out good but no more and no less.
  • DenverGal
    20 FEB, 2009
    Great recipe. Have always been a fan of orange chicken. Agree that sauce is not needed. They are spicy. There is a definite orange taste. Now my favorite wings.
  • MS10701247
    2 FEB, 2009
    I made these for Super Bowl and they were delicicious. We marinated for a full 24 hours and followed the baking time to a tee. We didn't use the sauce because there was no need for it. The wings stood on their own. The only thing I would do differently is add less orange zest. I felt it was a bit too citrusy.
  • BBMapper
    2 FEB, 2009
    We made these for Superbowl and they came out GREAT! Both the wings and the sauce (I did simmer it for 10 mins, not 2) Not too hot at all, but we all have different palates.... Also, I watched the wings carefully. There was a point where they went from barely done to almost overcooked very quickly. Try them again.... I will.

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