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 While wings are baking, in a small bowl, make the sauce, mixing together honey, soy sauce, red pepper paste, sake, garlic, ginger, sesame oil and sesame seed.  Remove wings from oven.

Is the Korean red pepper paste what makes this spicy? I want to make these for dinner this weekend but with 3 young kids, don't know if they'll be able to enjoy this. Was thinking I could maybe opt out on the paste to make this not so spicy. Any suggestions?
because of the honey - it isn't super spicy but it does have kick. I'm thinking that leaving out the red pepper paste sort of defeats the whole purpose. I am going to post later (tonight/soon/now) another wing recipe that doesn't use hot pepper paste, but is asian in flavor. Perhaps that would be better. :)
Thanks! Can't wait to see it
here it is - a non spicy wings recipe.<br><br>http://www.instructables.com/id/Sweet-and-Sour-Glazed-Wings/
Should I use sweet or salty soy sauce
I use Kikoman low sodium (with the green cap.) Salty soy.
Oooh, a new alternative to my usual Buffalo wings. These will go really well with my Oriental mussels recipe as part of a finger buffet. Thanks for sharing.
We have all sauce above. I will try. Do you have other recommended recipes?
These look fantastic!
WOW these look wonderful....Can't wait to try them
Oh, those look so yummy. Now I'm starving! <br /><br />The sauce and marinade sound amazing.

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