I ripped this recipe out of a magazine (I'm not sure which magazine it was - BonApetit? Cooking Light? Some other one? When? Where? I do this all the time so I apologize for not giving credit, but I did change the ingredients up quite a bit.
Honey Chicken Wings (Adapted from ???)
2lbs chicken wings
2T olive oil
2T toasted sesame oil
1/4 c rice wine vinegar
1/2 c honey
3T soy sauce
1t fresh ginger, grated
Preheat broiler. Cut wing tips off of chicken wings (save for stock). Place on foil lined baking sheet. Toss wings with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Place chicken under broiler for about 45 minutes tossing a few times until wings are almost done. While chicken is cooking, whisk remaining ingredients together. Brush wings with sauce and let slightly brown. Toss wings with remaining sauce and serve.
I don't really use my broiler to actually cook that often. Usually, I use it to just finish off dishes. I think this recipe has convinced me that I need to use it more often to cook. These wings came out as if they were grilled outside (except maybe without the smokey taste).