7 Amazing Wing Recipes That Are Perfect for Football Season

These wing recipes are perfect for game night
Cheyanne Holzworth-Bany of No Spoon Necessary

Cheyanne Holzworth-Bany of No Spoon Necessary

Try Cheyanne Holzworth-Bany of No Spoon Necessary salt and vinegar chip- inspired chicken wings.

Football season is in full swing — every Monday, Thursday, and Sunday men and women huddle around the television with loads of food to watch their favorite teams compete in the NFL. No game-day viewing party is complete without a selection of chips, guacamole, fries, nachos, and, of course, wings to nosh on while watching the game. Dipped in ranch, blue cheese, or barbecue sauce, wings are a delicious and versatile crowd-pleasing treat. There are so many wing variations, which makes them perfect for any game night.That’s why we made wings the theme of this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme).

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We asked The Daily Meal’s Culinary Content members to share their best chicken wing recipes and the results will make you want to serve wings for every football viewing party. You can go with traditional fried wings, you can go with Buffalo wings, or  even salt and vinegar wings —which actually taste like Lay’s Salt and Vinegar potato chips.

Here are this week’s highlights:

Peanut Butter and Jelly Wings

Peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination that will never go out of style. Christine Ma of Cherry On My Sundae blog made an incredible peanut butter and jelly sauce to flavor her wings. We’re pretty sure all of your football-loving buddies will be intrigued by this.

Korean Fried Chicken

Dan Zehr of Platter Talk blog made Korean fried chicken wings. Korean fried chicken is made with spicy chile paste, blended with ginger, garlic, honey, and a few other flavors. It is known for is crackly exterior, brought about by double-frying. Try this amazing recipe for Sunday’s game night.

Salt and Vinegar (Chip Inspired) Chicken Wings

These chicken wings are roasted, tender, juicy meat, crisp skin, and robust flavor. Cheyanne Holzworth-Bany of No Spoon Necessary made a wing recipe that taste very similar to salt and vinegar chips. These wings have the perfect combination and balance of salty and sour flavor found in the chips, just transformed to coat finger lickin,’ delicious chicken wings that why Cheyanne’s the winner of this week’s SWAT.