(super easy) Sweet and Spicy Gochujang glazed chicken drummies

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This is my first time ever writing out a recipe. I like to experiment a lot and am always making my own creations but I rarely ever write them down (or use measurements). I liked this one and so did my mom. So, I thought I should try and write down a recipe for it so I can share it with others :) . If it's hard to follow let me know. I kind of guessed on the measurements so if you try it out and you think it could use a little more or a little less of something please..let me know! ha ha.
So any way..the moment of truth!
oops..it looks like most people put the recipe in the post.. >.< sorry
3 frozen breaded chicken Drummies (I used Schwan's brand but any will do..do they have schwan's ins tates besides MN?)
21/2 Tbsp of Gochujang (korean hot pepper paste)
2 Tbsp of cooking rice wine
1 1/2 Tbsp real maple Syrup (not the maple flavored corn syrup)

Follow the directions on the package to cook your chicken.
Mix your sauce ingredients together thoroughly and add to frying pan or wok at medium heat.
Stir constantly so the sauce does not burn.
Once the sauce begins to bubble add your chicken and shake around until fully coated.
Keep chicken moving until sauce thickens slightly and becomes sticky.
Turn off heat and serve!

You can see images and an explanation of Gochujang at my blog

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Re: (super easy) Sweet and Spicy Gochujang glazed chicken ...

Thank you! I've been looking for something to use up that last bit of gochujang at the bottom of the jar, and this looks perfect!

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