Why pay a bundle for someone else to cook the chicken wings? From spicy buffalo wings to crispy teriyaki to BBQ wings, these easy recipes fly off the plate.
Chicken wings were once an overlooked, often discarded, part of the bird. But as the popularity of Buffalo wings has surged, so has a whole host of ideas for how to make chicken wings. These days, casual restaurant menus often feature full sections devoted exclusively to chicken wings. You can get them flavored any number of ways including with barbecue, honey mustard or teriyaki sauces.
Next time you throw that game-day party, learn how to bake chicken wings and your guests will feel like they've scored seats in their own private sports bar.
Low-calorie wings? Yes! And they're easy because they are made in a slow cooker. Serve with crisp celery sticks and a stack of napkins.
Purchased hoisin sauce and canned plums make this Asian appetizer extra easy.
A ginger, garlic and soy glaze gives these chicken wings their sticky, irresistible coating. Try these as an appetizer for an Asian meal or for your next game-day party.
The slow cooker makes these Thai style appetizers easy to make at home.
These baked chicken wings are an appetizer with attitude. Toasting the spices that are used in the marinade intensifies their flavor so don't skip that step.
These chicken wings, sweetly glazed with pineapple juice, ketchup and soy sauce, are fun appetizers to serve at tailgate parties and potlucks.
A spicy marinade and a blue cheese dip make these buffalo chicken wings a standout snack.
Everything you love about buffalo chicken wings, including the chicken, blue cheese dressing, hot sauce and vegetable sticks, make an appearance in these sliders.
Bottled hot-pepper sauce and bubbling cola give the chicken wings a sweet hotness in this appetizer.
Five-spice powder is often used in Chinese-inspired dishes such as these tantalizing appetizer wings.
Serve these appetizer wings for a party. The recipe is quick: It calls for frozen chicken wing drummettes so there's less prep than having to split the wings yourself.