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
Korean-style cooking has become a popular trend in the U.S. and these wings are prepared in the classic Korean style.
It's easy enough to double or triple this recipe. Just be sure to do the same with the accompanying sauce.
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A spicy marinade and a blue cheese dip make these buffalo chicken wings a standout snack.
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.
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.
These chicken wings, sweetly glazed with pineapple juice, ketchup and soy sauce, are fun appetizers to serve at tailgate parties and potlucks.
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.
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.
Smokin' hot chicken wings are the only thing we can think of to cheer us up after the long Fourth of July holiday. Let's face it folks, the re-entry to work on Monday was one of the worst days of the year. What's there to look forward to now ...
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.
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.