Finger Licking Chicken Wing Recipes
Wings aren't just bar food anymore! Whether you're putting together a game day party or looking for new ways to sauce your wings, we put together a list of our favorite finger licking chicken wing recipes.
If you want to make your next tailgate party a success, you've landed in the right place to find a recipe to make the wings you want. Not only are these cicken wing recipes delicious, but they also come from inspired home cooks with incredibly unique ideas for incredibly unique party food.
Slow Cooker Sticky Wings
Slow Cooker Sticky Wings by Tracey's Culinary Adventures
If you’re planning a tailgate party large enough to feed a football team, you’ll need to squeeze out every last minute you can. These spicy sticky wings can be prepared the day before in the slow cooker, then finished in the broiler just minutes before kick-off.
Baked Buffalo Wings
Baked Buffalo Wings by Six Sisters' Stuff
These baked chicken wings are so crispy, your guests will assume they had to be fried. Here's the secret to keeping them from getting soggy: First, dredge the wings in flour, cayenne, and garlic powder, then transfer them to the refrigerator. Finally, bake them at 400 degrees Fahrenheit and toss them in hot sauce for extra crispy wings with a kick.
Root Beer Wings
Root Beer Wings by Dishes and Dust Bunnies
This sweet, tangy wing recipe has a sauce made with your favorite root beer, brown sugar, and chili powder. Baking the wings at 350 degrees Fahrenheit first, then cranking up the broiler keeps the wings tender on the inside, with an extra-crispy outer skin.
Crispy Asian Chicken Wings
Crispy Asian Chicken Wings by What Should I Make For...
While Buffalo sauce tends to get all of the attention when it comes to wings, the marinade on these crispy Asian chicken wings might steal the spotlight. Packed with all your favorite Asian-inspired flavors — hoisin, soy sauce, sesame, garlic, and ginger —there’s no need for ranch dressing or blue cheese dressing over here, this sauce carries enough flavor for the entire dish.
Baked Margarita Chicken Wings
Baked Margarita Chicken Wings by Healthy. Delicious.
With a finger-licking sauce made from limes, honey, and tequila (they’re called margarita wings for a reason!), these are the best wings for when you're craving a bit of sunshine. Serve with a side of chips and guacamole or nacho cheese dip for the perfect Mexican-inspired spread.
Soy Free Teriyaki Chicken Wings
Soy Free Teriyaki Chicken Wings by OCD Kitchen
Without soy sauce, these teriyaki wings come with a secret ingredient: pomegranate juice. The pomegranate juice gives an extra layer of sweet-tartness that your guests will love but may not be able to pinpoint.
Honey Chipotle Wings
Honey Chipotle Wings by The Meatwave
If you’re a grill master, pay attention. These tasty honey chipotle wings are prepared on the grill, giving them that nice, sizzling char you take pride in. Prepared with chipotle in adobo sauce, lime juice, and soy sauce for the salty and spicy element while the honey cools these spicy wings down just enough so they can be enjoyed by any crowd.
Sriracha Honey Chicken Wings
Sriracha Honey Chicken Wings by Cooking and Beer
Roll-up your sleeves, because things are sure to get messy with a batch of these sriracha honey wings. Made with buttermilk, sriracha, and hot sauce, these wings are first refrigerated overnight before being baked. Serve with your favorite dunkable sauce for the ultimate game day appetizer.
Moroccan Chicken Wings with Sesame-Bok Choy Slaw & Cashews
Moroccan Chicken Wings with Sesame-Bok Choy Slaw & Cashews by Recipes to Nourish These gluten-free, health-conscious wings are made with coconut oil and Moroccan seasoning. For an Americanized version of the North African experience, pair them with a side of Moroccan slaw.
Tahini-Glazed Chicken Wings
Tahini-Glazed Chicken Wings by A Calculated Whisk
There’s no need to fry wings in oil to get the nice, crispy texture you’re looking for. These tahini-glazed wings are extra crispy because they are baked twice: first, you’ll bake them at 400 degrees Fahrenheit on a wire rack, then you’ll take them out to smother them in ghee, place them on a baking sheet, and finally return them to the oven. The result is a tender, crunchy wing to rival the traditional Buffalo wing.
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