Whether these are the appetizer, main course, or just an addition to a finger-food buffet, these creative chicken wing recipes are a must-try.
The mix of sweet strawberries and even sweeter cooked-down balsamic vinegar creates a tangy sauce for seasoned chicken wings. Make extra and refrigerate, as this is a great glaze for grilled pork and chicken breast as well.
If you’re still reminiscing about Thanksgiving dinner and counting down the days until it comes around again, then these wings are for you. Turkey wings are marinated in tangy cranberry and plum sauce overnight and then the sauce is used again to baste the wings while they cook for optimum flavor.
There is not much that cheese doesn’t make better. Consider this dish the marriage of chicken and the most delicious garlic bread you’ve ever eaten. An extra session in the broiler ensures wings with a crispy and crunchy bite.
These wings nod to the traditional Indonesian fried chicken, ayam goreng. Instead of deep-frying the wings, though, pan-roast these in the oven so they have a depth of flavor without all the extra fat.
If you like spice, you will love these sriracha-sauced chicken wings. First, wings are covered in a hot sauce coating. Next, they are baked and glazed with sriracha a second time for maximum flavor. Heat is tamed by sweet honey and apricot jam.
Chef Dale Talde coats chicken wings in a thick batter before deep-frying and tossing them with a sweet and spicy kung pao-inspired sauce, topping them with chopped peanuts, cilantro, and scallions, and serving them with a buttermilk ranch sauce.
Aarti Sequeira went from blogger to Food Network star thanks to her inventive and spiced-up recipes for everyday foods like chicken wings. This one for pomegranate-, sriracha-, and mint-coated wings delivers powerful tart, spicy, and fresh flavors all at once.
The idea of cooking Thai-inspired food may seem daunting at first, but this five-ingredient recipe and a slow cooker will change all of that. Sure, you could make your own peanut sauce, but how far did extra credit get you in high school?
Chef Doug Psaltis created a Greek-centric take on classic chicken wings by cooking them with fresh rosemary and lemon. Instead of a slow cooker or frying pan, he recommends smoking them on the grill for an added flavor boost. Dip them in creamy yogurt spiked with lemon and rosemary if you want to keep the flavor train moving.
In the summertime, you would want to use fresh sweet peaches, but since we are in the midst of winter, canned peaches will do you just fine. If you’ve got a gourmet market nearby, check out the condiment aisle. Peach salsa is the new mango chutney, so your prep might be made even easier.