We are on the cusp of football season and you know what that means – tailgate party time! Polynesian chicken wings are full of flavor, are easy to keep warm and make delicious game day food. Plus, who doesn’t love a good wing recipe?
I found a version of this recipe in an old cookbook of mine. The sauce ingredients weren’t really what suited our tastes so I set out to alter them. At first I had called them Hawaiian chicken wings but after we tasted them we decided the flavors were more Polynesian. I made them for my husband and me, although my son did taste one and wished he had a plate full. Next time, because there will be a next time they were so yummy! It’s also an easy recipe to increase the number of servings and double the sauce ingredients. If you’re serving them for game day at home, keep them warm in a slow cooker with some extra sauce in it.
Pineapple juice is something we always have in the house. My oldest son loves to drink it and I like it in mixed drinks. Since I’ve also been trying to recreate some of our favorite Chinese take-out meals, I now always have teriyaki on hand. The combination seemed like a match made in heaven and, honestly, it did not disappoint.
Thank you to Anne from Simple and Savory for hosting this fun tailgate party event.
- Polynesian Chicken Wings by Family Around the Table
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- Pastrami Reuben Sliders by Palatable Pastime
- Buffalo Chicken Flatbread by Simple and Savory
- Chicago- Style Hot Dog Cups by Amy’s Cooking Adventures