Teriyaki Chicken Wings with Hot Mango Dipping Sauce

One of the things I love about Sunday’s during this time of the year is spending time with the family and watching all of the football games on TV. It’s fun to see my Dad cheer on the Washington Redskins, my mother cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers, my husband egging on the New York Giants and well, I love the Miami Dolphins! Sunday sure does get interesting around here.

When the family gets together for Football Sunday we all whip up a few foodie dishes and contribute to the party! You’ll always find barbecue chicken wings, homemade guacamole & chips, steak fries, potato salad and all sorts of yummy treats. The guys typically have a few beers, while us gals sip on our favorite white wine. I love Sundays!

Teriyaki Chicken Wings with Hot Mango Dipping Sauce

Today’s guest post recipe is courtesy of In The Raw.

Teriyaki Chicken Wings with Hot Mango Dipping Sauce

Wings Ingredients

16 wings, about 3 1/4 pounds
1/2 cup reduced sodium soy sauce
1/2 cup reduced sodium chicken broth
1/4 cup mirin
1/3 cup Stevia In The Raw® Bakers Bag
2 tablespoons defrosted orange juice concentrate
2 garlic cloves, sliced lengthwise
3/4 inch fresh ginger, in 3 slices

Sauce Ingredients

1 cup diced fresh mango
2 tablespoons brown mustard
2 tablespoons orange marmalade fruit spread
2 packets Stevia In The Raw®
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 freshly ground pepper
2 tablespoons chopped scallions


In small saucepan, combine all the sauce ingredients. Boil sauce over medium-high heat for 10 minutes. Cool sauce to room temperature. If desired, remove garlic and ginger, transfer sauce to tightly covered container, and refrigerate for up to 24 hours.

Preheat oven to 425° F. Line baking pan, 15” x 11” or larger, with foil. Coat 2 (10” x 10”) wire racks with cooking spray and set in the pan, overlapping them.

Cut off first joint of chicken wings and discard. Arrange wings in prepared baking pan in one layer, smooth side up. Bake wings for 10 minutes.

Brush wings on both sides with sauce and bake, smooth side up, for 5 minutes. Brush with sauce again and bake, underside up, for 5 minutes. Brush wings a third time and bake, smooth side up, for 5 minutes. Brush wings again, and bake, underside up, for 10 minutes. Reduce oven to 400° F. Brush tops of wings with sauce and bake, topside up, for 10 minutes.
Arrange wings on serving plate. Discard any remaining sauce.


In mini-food processor, whirl all sauce ingredients except scallions together until smooth. Transfer sauce to bowl and garnish with scallions.

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  1. Frozen orange juice concentrate is one of my kitchen secrets, but I guess the secret is out now! These wings sound great–a lot of steps, but nothing difficult. I’ve got it pinned for future reference. Thanks!

  2. ellen beck says:

    These look quite good. I have made teriyaki wings and they are a big hit. I have never combined it with mango, it does sound good. It may take some getting used to, we dont get many mangos in this area . I like the sweet flavor idea though.

  3. Cathy Jarolin says:

    My Children and Grandchildren just love the Spicy Sweet wings. Your recipe sounds Delicious and exactly what they Love.. I do have almost a whole Bag of Stevia Raw sugar in my Pantry. Its good to find recipes that use it. I am actually wondering if this same sauce could be used

  4. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I have all the ingredients for the marinade and for the dipping sauce in my house. Now I have to buy the wingsand make this recipe for my family.

  5. We love football season too here in our house. I am so going to make this recipe and soon. That mango dipping sauce sounds like heaven thanks for sharing this one.

  6. These wings look so amazing and flavorful! This would be great to serve when I have friends/family over to watch the football game.

  7. I took a look at their recipes and bookmarked the stevia versions. Glad to see it’s becoming more available in the stores. We all eat way too much regular sugar, contributing to all sorts of medical conditions. I’d love to give this recipe a try and maybe decrease the salt even more in the sauce.

  8. How marvelous, I love a mango sauce and tis one looks great.