Fried Chicken Wings

If you want crispy-crunchy fried chicken wings, fry them in small batches. From peppery to Cajun spiced, these easy recipes for fried chicken wings are top-of-the-line. Serve with a selection of your favorite sauces for quick-fix, fast-disappearing finger foods.

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Soul Korean Chicken Wings

The Food Channel

Korean-style cooking has become a popular trend in the U.S. and these wings are prepared in the classic Korean style.

Total: 50 mins
Total: 1 hr

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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.

Fiery Thai Chicken Wings

Better Homes and Gardens

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.

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.

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.

Oven Fried Chicken

It's possible - crunchy, flavorful fried chicken can be healthy. Eating well does not mean having to sacrifice full flavor with this oven fried chicken recipe.

Hot and Spicy Wings

Better Homes and Gardens

Whew! These wings are really hot, but the cool sour cream-basil dipping sauce helps tame the flame.

How to Make Fried Chicken

Few dishes have a claim on comfort food like fried chicken. The perfect fried chicken is golden and crispy on the outside and full of juicy goodness on the inside. Sharing a meal of perfectly cooked fried chicken is a little slice of paradise. Learn how to cook fried chicken and you'll have a crowd-pleasing meal for any day of the week. But be warned: people might start finding all sorts of reasons to stop by your house at dinnertime.

Picnic-Perfect Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Whether served fresh from the skillet or cold and crisp the day after, this buttermilk fried chicken is perfect for dinner, a potluck, or a picnic.

Our Best Fried Chicken Recipes

Get instant access to our best easy fried chicken recipes. From oven baked to deep fried, we've got the fried chicken recipes you're looking for.

How to Tailgate: The Best Chicken Wing Recipes

Chicken wings are the soul of a great tailgating party. They're great with beer, require no cutlery, and, if things go poorly for the home team, they provide all the comfort traditionally associated with chicken itself -- everything short of chicken soup! Whatever the actual reason that chicken wings have become a tailgating staple, there's no doubt these bite-size pieces of poultry are a must at any self-respecting gathering of tailgaters.

How to Make Hot Wings

Make hot wings for a great appetizer or dish to watch when a game is on. These spicy wings can be toned down to please your guests' taste buds.

Fried Chicken: Make the Takeout

With all due respect to a certain goateed colonel, as well as a nod to Olive Oyl's better half, fried chicken is just better when you fry it up yourself. The breading piled on at your favorite takeout fried-chicken joint is just too much of a good thing, and also too much of things you'd probably like to cut down on, namely salt and fat. OK, we admit to having a soft spot for the occasional bucket of the stuff, but the money we save by firing up our own fryer is all the incentive we need to opt for home cooking.

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