Chinese Chicken Wings

What makes Chinese chicken wings so flavorful? An Asian flavor-infused marinade! Varying amounts of ginger, garlic, and Asian ingredients keep these easy recipes for Chinese chicken wings authentic.

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5 Spice Chicken Wings

The Food Channel

This tasty chicken wings recipe has a mildly spicy Asian accent. Serve them at your game-time gathering and there will be high fives all around.

Total: 1 hr 5 mins

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

Pace Salsa & Picante

Sweet honey and spicy picante sauce combine to make an irresistible glaze for the crispy chicken wings in this easy to make appetizer. Make plenty...these won't last long!

Total: 1 hr 5 mins

Caramelized Onions and Potatoes

Better Homes and Gardens

How to Make Chicken Wings

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.

Five-Spice Chicken Wings

Better Homes and Gardens

Five-spice powder is often used in Chinese-inspired dishes such as these tantalizing appetizer wings.

Teriyaki Chicken Wings With Hot Mango Dipping Sauce

Stevia In The Raw®

Brushing several times with an all-natural sauce gives these baked wings intense flavor and crunchy skin. The chile-spiked fruit dipping sauce makes the perfect partner.

Chinese Coca-Cola Wings

Better Homes and Gardens

Spicy Asian Wings

Family Circle

Serve these delicious grilled chicken wings to start your backyard cookout. These peppery wings soak in a ginger-soy marinade for 2 to 24 hours.

Grilled Sesame Chicken Wings

Fine Cooking Magazine

The wings can be roasted in a 400 degrees F oven on a broiler pan on the center rack. They take about the same amount of time to cook as on a gas grill or charcoal fire, but won't get quite as crisp.

Crunchy Chicken Drumettes

Fine Cooking Magazine

Water chestnut powder gives the chicken a crunchy coating; it can be found in Asian food markets and sometimes in supermarkets' international sections, but you can use cornstarch instead.

March Madness Chow: Chicken Wings

Basketball fans, it's down to the March Madness Sweet 16! And whether you're a Syracuse Orange fan (like one of our editors) or a Louisville Cardinals lover, you need sustenance to get through the games (all eight of 'em). In our world that means plates piled high with chicken wings, meaty, spicy bites that satisfy and add a little heat to the madness.

How to Bake Chicken Wings

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.

Chicken Wings Put the Super in Super Bowl Party

There's less than a week 'til the Super Bowl. Do you have your Super Bowl menu planned? Because, really, the two teams facing off (that would be the Ravens and 49ers, and yes, we Googled that) aren't nearly as important as the food you serve at the party.

McDonald's Tests New Chicken Wings--But Will They Take Off?

Welcome to McDonald's. Want a wet nap with that? That could become a new greeting at the mega fast-food chain if folks flock to the chicken wings being tested in some 500 Chicago-area restaurants.

How to Make Sweet-and- Sour Chicken Wings

For your next party make these sweet and sour chicken wings to impress your guests. Pineapple juice, ketchup and soy sauce make up the delicious glaze your friends won't be able to get enough of!

Wing It! Super Chicken Wings for the Super Bowl

Any Super Bowl party worth its salt had better include a platter piled high with chicken wings. Whether you prefer them blazing hot or sweet and sour, there's something addictive about each juicy little bite of meat on the bone. Best of all, there's nothing fussy about them--everyone can eat with their hands and revel in the finger-lickin'-good mess.

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