If you like wings, chances are you like big, bold flavors. But how much heat can you handle? If it’s zero, that’s okay. If it’s a fiery inferno, we have a recipe for that too.
Mild: Sunny Anderson’s Pesto Chicken Wings
Watching the game with spice-phobes? These wings are short on heat but BIG on flavor, coated in a brightly flavorful homemade pesto.
A Pinch of Heat: Jeanette’s Strawberry Balsamic BBQ Sauce Glazed Chicken Wings
These sticky sweet BBQ wings are just a tad spicy from a pinch of red pepper flakes. But you can eliminate that… if you can’t take the heat.
Medium: Lemongrass and Lime Chicken Wings
Now we’re getting somewhere with these Thai-inspired wings. A red chile gives these babies their burn, but leaving out the seeds will take the edge off.
Spicy: Emeril Lagasse's Chicken Wings
Emeril’s recipe results in a classic hot wings flavor, with just the amount of heat we’ve grown to love from this favorite game-day dish.
Spicy: Super Sriracha Wings with Pickled Carrot and Celery Sticks
These Sriracha wings are brined ahead of time for extra tenderness, and a multi-layered sauce packs a punch but won’t leave you guzzling water with tears streaming down your face.
Spicy: Curtis Stone’s 2-Ingredient Hot Maple Wings
These super-simple wings are made with a sauce that includes equal parts hot sauce and maple syrup. They deliver on heat without without melting your face off.
Spicy Spicy: Piri Piri Wings
And finally, we have these burn-your-mouth-off Piri Piri Wings. Rach says, “If you want to know what Piri Piri is, just think ‘Spicy, Spicy!” ‘Nuff said.