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10 Grilled Chicken Wing Recipes for your Super Bowl Party

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Grilled Wings

It's not a Super Bowl party without wings—well, no party is a party without wings in my opinion. My insatiable appetite for these tiny delectable pieces of poultry have led to a plethora of grilled wing recipes over the years and I've complied my ten favorites here. Spanning the standard Buffalo to Italian parmesan-garlic to sweet and spicy Korean, there's a wing here to suit just about every taste.



Ultimate Grilled Buffalo Wings

Grilled Wings

It's hard to beat the original. These crispy grilled wings get finished with the classic combo of Frank's Red Hot and butter, plus a few extra add-ins for extra depth. In terms of grilled Buffalo wings, you don't get much better than these.

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Honey Chipotle Wings

Honey Chipotle Wings

It's hard to believe the sauce for these wings is made of only a few ingredients. Earthy, smoky, and spicy chipotles are contrasted against sweet honey, a touch of lime, and a dash of soy sauce to make wings that taste more complex than the work actually required.

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Habanero Barbecue Wings

Habanero Barbecue Wings

When it comes to barbecue sauce, I love mine hot, and you don't get too much hotter than habanero. A sweet tomato base tempers the heat slightly, but allows for the fruitiness of the peppers to still shine through, making these a killer sticky barbecue hot wing.

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Sriracha Hot Wings

Sriracha Hot Wings

Switching from one popular hot sauce—Frank's—to another—sriracha—gives these wings a completely different flavor profile. Spicy and garlicky sriracha is mixed with butter, honey, soy sauce, lime, and cilantro to result in an Asian-influenced wing that creates a crowd-pleasing alternative to the standard Buffalo.

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Cajun Chicken Wings

Cajun Chicken Wings

Coating wings in a Cajun blackening seasoning instantly makes these wings deeply layered with spice. A finishing sauce of Louisiana hot sauce, butter, and Worcestershire ups the richness and heat to make them well rounded and a tough wing to beat thanks to their immense flavor.

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Hoisin Glazed Chicken Wings

Hoisin Glazed Chicken Wings

Hoisin—the sweet foundation of most Chinese barbecue sauces—forms the backbone of these wings. Honey, soy sauce, garlic, ginger, 5-spice powder, and sesame seeds take the Asian flavor even further, resulting in a sweet wing with an underlaying saltiness and earthiness that make them taste more complex than they look.

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Garlic and Parmesan Chicken Wings

Garlic and Parmesan Chicken Wings

Going with an Italian influence, crispy grilled wings are first coated in a mixture of olive oil, basil, thyme, garlic, and crushed red pepper. They're then tossed with parmesan to give them a nutty and sharp bite against the herbal base.

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Sweet and Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Sweet and Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Spicy and earthy gochujang—a fermented Korean chili paste—give these wings their unique flavor. Brown sugar adds some background sweetness, while vinegar gives them a little tang and garlic and ginger both add bite. They're my absolute favorite wings, and I can't imagine anyone not loving these.

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Filipino Chicken Adobo Wings

Filipino Chicken Adobo Wings

The required garlicky and sour components of Filipino chicken adobo define the flavor of these wings, but a little sugar and red pepper give them more depth than their influencing dish.

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Old Bay Wings

Old Bay Wings

Old Bay—the Maryland classic seasoning blend—give these wing their strong taste of the seashore. A finishing sauce of hot sauce, butter, and Worcestershire adds a nice spicy and tang that pairs well with the Old Bay.

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Comments

  • 01
  • plasterer bristol says
    Yum looks lovely, looking for some recipes for the summer...Thanks for sharing...

    Simon
    Posted Tue, Feb 11 2014 3:04am
  • 02
  • Derek says
    Which was your personal favorite?
    Posted Tue, Feb 11 2014 11:38am
  • 03
  • Josh says
    @Derek The Korean wings.
    Posted Tue, Feb 11 2014 10:11pm

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