All the Wing Recipes You Could Ever Want for Super Bowl Sunday
During Super Bowl 50, viewers reportedly consumed about 1.3 billion chicken wings tossed with Buffalo, barbecue, Korean, jerk, and every other sauce imaginable. We’re here to tell you how to get ready for a repeat for Super Bowl LI!
If you’re watching at home, there’s no need to miss out on restaurant- or stadium-quality chicken wings; all you need is the right recipe.
This collection of wing recipes has options to not only fry the wings but also grill, smoke, slow-cook, and bake wings to suit your location, time frame, and preference; the only important thing is that you serve up some big-time flavor.
We are kicking off this roundup with a recipe for the ultimate classic: Buffalo wings. The original version of Buffalo wings was first served at Anchor Bar restaurant in Buffalo, New York (although some people credit John Young, a restaurant owner in the area, for serving the fried wings first). You can actually buy Anchor Bar’s signature sauce online, but fun fact: The not-so-secret ingredient in great Buffalo sauce is Frank’s RedHot hot sauce.