Hello, spice. Hello, blue cheese dip. Hello, wing perfection.
Heat scaredy-cats, be warned. Two ounces of hot pepper sauce leaves a lip-tingling heat after a bite of these chicken wings. Relief, however, is offered in the form of a sour cream dipping sauce.
Purchased five-spice powder is the secret ingredient to these incredibly easy slow cooker chicken wings. What's in the powder? Cloves, cinnamon, fennel seed, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorns.
This is a great way to use up that bottle of plum sauce you tried in a past Chinese dinner recipe. Fresh ginger and Asian chili-garlic sauce also add to the layered flavors here.
The "sweet" of the name is honey; the "spicy" is green hot pepper sauce and jalapeno peppers. Combined, they create an oven-baked wing that most party guests can agree on.
Fizzy soda packs the sweetness in these chicken wings, which also feature salty soy sauce. The finish? Toasted sesame seeds.
You'll need a blender or food processor for this recipe (to puree a mango), but it's worth every extra dirty dish. These tropical, tangy chicken wings also benefit from coconut milk.
More than 1,000 of our readers have shared this recipe, and here's why: Red curry paste brings enough spice for these wings to stand out at a buffet, but even young guests can enjoy a bite without bailing on the heat.
Perfect for transporting! These amazing sweet wings are made in a slow cooker so you can travel with them and still ensure they're hot.
Lots of Asian inspiration here: Chinese five-spice powder, ginger, soy sauce, and hoisin sauce make these wings familiar to anyone who loves ordering Hoisin Chicken at a Chinese restaurant.
Pineapple juice and soy sauce just go together. Mix them with honey, ginger, garlic, and sake for a tangy, easy-to-love chicken wing.
Pick up tamarind paste in the Indian or Asian specialty section of your grocery store. It's worth it: It tastes like a mash-up of dates, apricots, and lemons.
Did you know that you can grill chicken wings? You save on fat by not frying, and you still get crisp, flavorful skin. These wings also feature a lighter yogurt dipping sauce.
We adore the spice combination in these Indian-style wings. Don't skimp on the marinating time; these chicken wings are best at full potency.
There are a few teaspoons of a handful of spices in this chicken wing recipe, but you likely have most on hand already. That heat, though? Well, it comes from three kinds of hot sauce, plus liquid from a jar of jalapenos. The weak-hearted need not apply.
Here's an easy new-to-wings recipe to try. Eight ingredients (all basic) and easy prep in your slow cooker ensure you'll have success with these classic appetizers.