Winning Wing Recipes for Football Season and Beyond
Chicken wings have become as important to a super bowl party as cold beer and peanuts. Food historians agree that the first plate of wings was served in 1964 at a family-owned establishment in Buffalo called the Anchor Bar. The wings were the brainchild of Teressa Bellissimo, who covered them in her own special sauce and served them with a side of blue cheese and celery because that’s what she had available. These days, we take our super bowl food, including chicken wings, very seriously, planning and picking out our best Super Bowl recipes far in advance of the game. We have assembled a selection of our best chicken wing recipes to help you feed the crowd on game day. You can choose the fried chicken wing recipe, using the classic “dip and dredge” method to prepare the poultry, and, for the purists, we offer the traditional spicy buffalo wings with a cool ranch sauce. There is more than one way to prepare a chicken wing, and you are sure to find a new favorite in this all-star lineup for your super bowl party spread.
Wonder Chicken Wings
Fried Chicken Wings
Angela's Spicy Buffalo Wings
Sweet-and-Spicy Chipotle Chicken Wings
This chicken wing recipe features a great combination of sweet and spicy.
Thai Wings and Ribs
Recipe: Thai Wings and Ribs
Try this twist for both chicken wings and ribs at your Super Bowl party.
Sticky Chicken Wings
Recipe: Sticky Chicken Wings
Sticky Chicken Wings are sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any party.
Honey Chicken Wings
Recipe: Honey Chicken Wings
This easy chicken wing recipe is great for any party.
Crispy Baked Chicken Wings with Pepper Jelly Glaze
These wings use Southern-favorite pepper jelly for a glaze that has more flavor than your go-to hot sauce.
Dry-Rubbed Smoked Chicken Wings
Recipe: Dry-Rubbed Smoked Chicken Wings
A homemade rub and low-and-slow cooking method make these tender chicken wings some of the best you’ll ever have.
Slow Cooker Asian-Ginger Wings
Recipe: Slow Cooker Asian-Ginger Wings
With this hands-off recipe, you can still enjoy crispy wings at your at-home tailgate without firing up the grill when it’s too chilly out.
Brined Grilled Chicken with Dipping Sauces
Tailgaters will love the homemade dipping sauce options that are so much better than something out of a bottle.