Chicken Wing Sauce
Here are the best recipes for chicken wing dipping sauce. Whether buffalo sauce or hot sauce, make double batches of these easy chicken-wing sauce recipes. Guests are so dazzled by the dips, they never seem to have enough.See Popular Chicken Wing Sauce Recipes
A spicy marinade and a blue cheese dip make these buffalo chicken wings a standout snack.
These chicken wings, sweetly glazed with pineapple juice, ketchup and soy sauce, are fun appetizers to serve at tailgate parties and potlucks.
Because honey often clings to the measuring cup, spritz the cup with nonstick cooking spray before adding the honey. This quick sauce is delicious slathered on chicken or pork.
Five-spice powder is often used in Chinese-inspired dishes such as these tantalizing appetizer wings.
Bottled hot-pepper sauce and bubbling cola give the chicken wings a sweet hotness in this appetizer.
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.
Summer isn't really summer without tackling a few recipes for how to barbecue chicken. With minimal prep time and the grill itself doing most of the heavy lifting, hosts preparing barbecue chicken can mingle with guests--and still end up with a fabulous meal.
If you, your family, or guests have taste buds for heat, use the full 3 tablespoons of bottled hot pepper sauce. Otherwise, tame this snack recipe with less sauce. And serve cool beverages.
The name "Wings of Fire" is no understatement, as a quick read of this chicken-wings recipe will tell you. Two hot pepper sauces and two forms of dried chiles make sure that these wings are hot, hot hot. Treat a few wings to the rub -- but spare them from the sauce -- for guests that prefer milder foods.
Make this game-day snack in a slow cooker. When the wings are cooked, place the cooker for guests to fill their plates.
Recipes for how to make oven-barbecued chicken can use just about any combination of chicken pieces imaginable. This makes oven-barbecued chicken perfect for weeks when the family budget is tight and chicken leg quarters go on sale at the market. Knowing how to barbecue chicken in the oven means no more standing over a hot grill continually basting the meat. And making your own sauce with a non-MSG soy sauce ensures a more healthful result.
Once you know how to poach chicken, the possibilities are endless. Poaching (a moist-heat cooking method) means to cook something in barely simmering liquid (perfect for delicate foods, like eggs and fish), and it is, sadly, almost a forgotten way of cooking -- sad because it's an incredibly simple technique, it can yield the most tender, juicy meat without the fat and calories from frying or sauteing, and keeps your kitchen cooler than baking or roasting. Some poaching recipes, like the one below, use the poaching liquid itself as a sauce; it only needs only be reduced and thickened to provide the perfect accompaniment for your poached chicken dish.
Everyone should learn how to make chicken Alfredo. Why? It's a classic Italian recipe, its creamy richness is irresistible, and even the picky eaters in your family (you know, the ones who are in the phase of only eating "white" food?) will love it. In fact, that's sort of how Alfredo sauce was invented: Italian chef Alfredo di Lelio created the sauce to appeal to his pregnant wife who had lost her appetite for most foods. It soon became a top seller at his restaurant, Alfredo alla Scrofa. The restaurant, located in Rome, is still doing business today, and still serves their signature Alfredo sauce over chicken and pasta.
It's almost impossible to think of a Thanksgiving feast without cranberry sauce. The turkey, potatoes, gravy and all the other side dishes are important, but cranberry sauce is the finishing touch. Sure, the kind from a can will do in a pinch, but homemade is far better, and you don't have to be an expert chef to learn how to make cranberry sauce from scratch.