13 Super Bowl Chicken Wing Recipes That Give Buffalo And Mild A Much-Needed Timeout
It's been decided: It'll be the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks going head-to-head in Super Bowl XLIX, taking over your TV on Sunday, Feb. 1. So that means you can finally focus on what really matters — the Super Bowl wings you'll be chowing down on as the two teams battle it out. I have to admit, I mostly focus on a big ol' bucket of wings rather than the game itself.
And the great thing about chicken wings is that they come in so many different flavor varieties. Check out our winning team of recipes that'll have you craving more than just the regular ol' buffalo, BBQ, hot, and mild chicken wings during the game.
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Baked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings with Roasted Red Pepper Cream Sauce
If you’re not into setting your tongue aflame during the game, these wings have a yummy touch of sweetness to them. Damn Delicious also includes a creamy sauce that’ll kick it up a notch, if you need.
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Crispy Baked Peanut Sweet Chili Chicken Wings
For some finger-licking good drumsticks with an Asian flavor, look no further. Closet Cooking has this quick and easy recipe that blends sweet, spicy, tart, and salty.
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Crispy Honey Garlic Soy Baked Chicken Wing Recipe
These wings only have six ingredients, but lots of sweet, garlicky flavor. I Am A Food Blog’s recipe promises light and crispy baked chicken with an amazing glaze.
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Crispy Baked Chicken Wings with Tomato Chutney
These wings are paired with a sweet-and-sour chutney — yes, chutney. Big Girls Small Kitchen’s recipe uses sweet onions, spicy ginger, and tangy tomatoes for an irresistible sauce.
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Lyon-Style Chicken Wings with Vinegar Sauce
Add some French flair to your Super Bowl viewing with these delectable wings from Crepes of Wrath, inspired by the renowned foodie city of Lyon, France.
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A unique take on chicken wings, Apron and Sneakers’ “lollipops” are fried up with peanut oil with the meat pushed to one side of the bone — hence the appearance of your favorite candy (but not the flavor).
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Messy Moroccan Chicken Wings
What do you get when you put sour orange juice, pureed mango, and brown sugar in a pan? A saucy glaze for drumettes that delivers quite a kick thanks to this delectable recipe from The Kitchn.
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Cola-Glazed Baked Wings
Yeah, you read that right — cola, as in soda. Steamy Kitchen tells you how to take Coke, Pepsi, or even Dr. Pepper, and make it into a yummy wing sauce with minced jalapenos, lime juice, and brown sugar.
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