I did this last night and they were FABULOUS if I do say so myself. First ingredient is patience because they are baked, not fried.
Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
In sauce pan combine:
1 Bottle World Harbor Teriyaki
1/2 cup honey
1/4 brown sugar
Heat until bubbly.
Wash one pound (or more if you like) package of chicken "winglets" (whole wings would work but the winglets are the generally the drumlet portion only)
Layer in a shallow cooking dish.
Pour bubbly sauce over winglets slightly covering about 1/3 of the bottom.
Bake for 10 minutes, turn. Bake 10 minutes, turn. Repeat a couple of times so that wings get glossy. When internal temp reaches 170, pull from oven and place wings in remaining sauce. Place wire cooling rack in cookie sheet and place wings on top of cooling rack. Place wings back in oven 5-7 minutes depending on desired crispiness of outside.
Cool and eat.
It was a great change from spicy wings. Only problem, I forgot to take pictures so I'll need
to be doing this again tomorrow. Even my daughter loved these and she's picky.