Grilled Cajun Chicken Wings
A heavily Cajun-seasoned skin gives an earthy and spicy coating to these chicken wings, while hot sauce adds another layer of flavor to create a complexity that goes beyond the standard Buffalo.
Baked Sweet and Spicy Ginger Wings
Along with fresh minced ginger, the ginger beer in this recipe adds a nice ginger spice to the sauce, as well as sweetness to help round out the heat from a single habanero chili pepper. The resultant dish offers a great balance of sweet and spicy.
Hoisin Glazed Chicken Wings
Tender grilled wings get their sweet and salty flavor from a glaze of soy sauce, honey, hoisin sauce, garlic, ginger, 5-spice powder, and sesame oil. Finish them off with a garnish of sesame seeds and scallions.
The Best Korean Fried Chicken
Ultra-crisp fried chicken wings with an eggshell-thin crust that crackles and crunches. The key ingredient is a bit of vodka mixed into the thin batter.
Grilled Sriracha Hot Wings
To double up the Sriracha awesomeness, these wings are first brushed with a rich and spicy Sriracha-based sauce on the grill and then tossed with the remaining sauce, for two layers of hot, garlicky intensity.
The Ultimate Extra-Crispy Double Fried Confit Buffalo Wings
if you want to go all-out, you definitely want to go with these double-fried confit Buffalo wings. They're slow-cooked in oil before the final fry, for crazy-tender meat and a shatteringly crisp crust. Finish 'em off with a toss in Frank's RedHot and butter, and you're good to go.
Chile Chicken Wings
For a total game-changer, try out these wings, doused in an unorthodox mixture of soy sauce, tahini, ginger, garlic, and Asian chile sauce.
Oven-Fried Old Bay Wings
At first glance, these aren't a far cry from your average hot wings—the only difference is a toss in Old Bay before heading into the oven. But that taste of the Maryland shore does wonders for the wings, which wind up crisp and satisfying, with only a passing resemblance to the classic.
Grilled Habanero Barbecue Wings
Rubbed wings stay juicy and get a nicely browned skin after about 30 minutes on the grill, at which point we throw on some barbecue sauce and they start to caramelize. Another coating of sauce and some time directly over the coals creates those layers of sauce that we love—a little sticky, a little charred, and just overall delicious.
Extra-Crispy Thai Sweet and Spicy Wings
Double battered and fried, these extra-crispy wings' initial crunch gives way to a sweetness, then tang, and ends with a punch of heat—a combination that ensures every last one of them will be devoured.
Oven-Fried Chicken Wings al Pastor
Al pastor on its own is pretty awesome, but on chicken wings—now that's something special. Guajillo and chipotle chiles give the baked wings an earthy heat, while pineapple, cilantro, and lime add freshness to create a combination that's hard to beat.
Momofuku-Style Chicken Wings
Grilled Honey Chipotle Wings
Honey-chipotle sauce caramelizes and chars slightly over the heat of the coals, bringing out the sweetness of the honey and mellowing the extreme heat. What starts as a sweet crisp bite into a wing ends up leaving a slight smoky burn in the back of your mouth, a taste transformation that we really enjoy.
Tea-Smoked Chicken Wings
Indoor smoking is a great (and simple) trick to have up your sleeve. Here, we use sugar, rice, green tea, star anise, and coriander seeds to smoke the wings in a wok. Then we pop them in the broiler to get that burnished mahogany finish before tossing them in a mixture of soy sauce and honey.
Really Good Oven-Fried Buffalo Wings
The secret ingredient to these oven-fried wings is baking powder, which delivers superior browning, bubbling, and crunch. They're finished in classic Buffalo fashion, with a sauce of Frank's RedHot and butter.
Grilled Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings
These wings are coated with a rub, cooked over indirect heat with the apple wood chunks for about 40 minutes, then finished with a sweet and spicy barbecue-honey glaze. There's a lot going on here: the succulent smoky meat, peppery rub, and a sticky sauce that starts sweet and leaves a pleasant lingering heat.