Welcome to my just like M&S crockpot sticky chicken wings recipe.
Growing up in England it would be wrong if I didn’t have a Marks & Spencers inspired recipe on my food blog. Well the blog is in its 8th month and I am finally typing up one of my childhood foodie memories.
If any of you don’t know what Marks & Spencers is well it is the crème de la crème of British staples. It should be defined as the English department store that has been around forever. In fact I can’t remember a time when Marks & Spencers was not among one of my trips into town.
My Grandma would tell me that in her day she would leave my mum and her twin sister outside in the pram because the doorway was not big enough for it. Though unlike in the mid-50’s I doubt we would feel safe doing this with our kids now?
Most of the clothes I own come from Marks & Spencers and even now living in Portugal I have their goods shipped to my new home address. They offer quality food like no other and the customer service is always amazing.
I even remember having my first bra fitting in M&S. And I can tell you that does feel like a lifetime ago!!!
Well the TV advert for the food was always the same “its not just food, it is M&S food”. The advert always seemed like the original in describing food porn and it was also very true. One of those staples we would used to go to M&S for was the sticky chicken.
You could get this Chinese chicken that was already cooked and it was perfect for breaking open and having as finger food. You would serve it at family gatherings or just enjoy it with your girlfriends. I haven’t seen it on the shelves for about 20 years but it was the best and this has inspired me to make some sticky chicken wings in the crockpot for summer suppers.
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Start by putting your crockpot/slow cooker on high and adding your chicken wings.
Place all your ingredients in the crockpot and mix the chicken in your hands in the seasonings.
Leave to cook on high for 3 hours and then serve with a nice sweet chilli dip. Or leave to cool down and take out as party food or picnic food.
This is just as nice with chicken drumsticks but I am always one for frugal living so this is a cheap economising version!