15 Great Game Day Wing Recipes Slideshow
Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook and creator of this addictive recipe, suggests serving "an aggressive, hoppy beer like an IPA" with these wings.
Try these easy-to-make wings from Tosca Reno, author of the Eat-Clean Diet series of cookbooks.
Floyd Cardoz of Top Chef Masters fame broke away from tradition and created these wings using Tabasco hot sauce.
It's amazing how a simple marinade of store-bought teriyaki sauce and honey can transform simple chicken wings into something truly special.
Namiko Chen, author of the blog Just One Cookbook, specializes in Japanese cuisine, and created these wings using a simple mixture of garlic, miso, soy sauce, and mirin.
These irresistible wings are coated with a blend of creamy ripe avocado, chipotle pepper sauce, lime juice, garlic, and spices before being fried to crisp perfection.
Big on flavor, the secret to these delicious hot wings is in the rub. Try them for yourself.
Looking for an exotic twist? A blend of turmeric and coriander gives these baked wings a distinctive Indonesian-inspired flair.
Sweet and spicy, this Asian-inspired hot wing recipe would make a fantastic addition to any party snack spread.
Looking for an alternative to blue cheese sauce? Then, make sure to try these wings, which are perfect together with a tangy sauce made with sour cream, mayonnaise, feta, and lemon juice.
Even though they're baked instead of fried, these wings get a nice crisp exterior thanks to the use of panko breadcrumbs, and coated with, a sweet, tangy, spicy glaze, we bet you can't eat just one.
These are blackened — in a good way. The complex flavors of the blackened New Orleans-style seasoning on these wings are meant to be savored slowly together with your favorite brew to cool things down.
Honey-mustard isn't just for salad dressing anymore. These are perfect for people who just don't do spicy but still want to join in on the party.
These are great for hungry, ravenous crowds, when measly chicken wings just don't seem big enough.
Chipotles en adobo add a smoky, spicy flavor to the sauce for these wings, which also get a nice crispy exterior thanks to a quick trip to the broiler at the very end.