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No game day party spread is complete without a selection of salsas, dips, nachos and … of course, chicken wings. Whether you’re watching the game on your couch or at a friend’s house this year, we’ve got you covered with these 35 amazing wing recipes that are perfect for football season.
These South African-inspired peri peri chicken wings are coated with apricot preserves and served with a yogurt and cilantro dipping sauce. And if you like these, you’re sure to love more of our foods from around the world that you can make at home.
If you’re not too familiar with grilling chicken, opt for an Instant Pot instead. These glazed chicken wings take only 10 minutes to prepare and the glaze on them is an absolute delight.
The secret to this dish is being generous with your seasonings — a hack every home cook should know. The grated Parmesan cheese and delicate garlic butter elevate the flavor of classic chicken wings.
These gluten-free grilled taco wings are coated with taco seasoning, oil, lime juice and white vinegar. And whether you choose to serve them with ranch or blue cheese, these wings are perfect for everything from simple weeknight dinners to game day parties.
These glazed grilled chicken wings are coated in apricot preserves, soy sauce and red pepper flakes. The combination of sweet, savory and hot flavors makes this an easy grilled chicken recipe that's great for any season.
The sauce on these grilled chicken wings takes this staple poultry cut to the next level. While the wings are grilling, prep the plum coulis sauce by blending plums, vinegar, hoisin sauce, ginger, soy and scallions.
This spicy Japanese izakaya style wing recipe takes less than an hour to prepare and is guaranteed to impress. After marinating the wings in brown sugar, mirin, sake, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and garlic powder, they’re grilled for about 25 minutes and served with a homemade sauce.
Wings are a food you can spot at any Super Bowl party, but these five-spice chicken wings take the game day staple up a notch. The seasoning consists of a fragrant combination of cinnamon, star anise, cloves, fennel and pepper.
There is nothing boring about this grilled chicken recipe. Two pounds of chicken wing drumettes are tossed in tomatoes, green chiles and honey to cut the spicy flavors with some sweetness.
Turn a classic dish into a restaurant copycat recipe with P.F. Chang’s classic kung pao sauce. After the wings bake for about 35 minutes, coat them in the sauce as well as honey, ginger and garlic.
There are endless recipes you can make in an Instant Pot, but these simple crispy coated chicken wings are one of the best.
Add this Instant Pot meal to your collection of chicken recipes for busy weeknights. This six-ingredient dish is ready in just 25 minutes.
These Vietnamese-inspired chicken wings are roasted instead of fried and coated in soy glaze and Worcestershire sauce. Turn this delicious appetizer into a hearty dinner dish by serving it with a side of brown rice and romaine lettuce.
There are plenty of retro appetizers no one makes anymore, but wings certainly aren’t one of them, and this spicy Korean-inspired recipe proves why.
Not only are these barbecue chicken wings incredible, but they’re also served with a cold side dish perfect for hot days: sweet potato salad.
This freezer meal recipe is perfect for a quick and easy dinner. Once the wings are cooked and cooled, transfer them to a larger freezer bag, removing as much air as possible. They’ll stay safe in the freezer for up to three months.
These baked chicken wings are made with a cool meat marinade: rhubarb thyme sauce. But that’s not it — they’re also cooked in ketchup, soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce.
If you’re not too sure how to fry your own food, fortunately, these wings can be baked in the oven. The pesto-and-garlic-flavored chicken wings might bump buffalo from your favorite sauce.
These crispy chicken wings are dry-rubbed and dipped in a hot honey dipping sauce, made with honey, water and red pepper flakes. If you have any extra wings, use the meat in one of these innovative leftover chicken recipes.
These Asian-style chicken wings are ready in just 16 minutes and are tossed in soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil and sriracha sauce. But if you have leftovers, make sure you eat them fast. Chicken can only last in the fridge for about four days.
A popular kitchen tool that rose to stardom recently is the air fryer, which is used in this easy chicken wings recipe. Just season the chicken wings with salt, pepper and garlic and place the wings in the air fryer basket.
Sweet and spicy flavors are key when it comes to preparing wings, and these pineapple habanero wings do it right. And now that you have enough wing recipes to last you all of football season, make sure your table is also stacked with Buffalo chicken dip, nachos and more game day snacks.
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