Getting ready to throw a big Super Bowl bash at home this year? Don't make a run for the store without first taking a look at these six crowd-pleasing wing recipes.
Can't get enough Sriracha? If you've been hoarding bottles of Sriracha in your pantry because the predictions of impending "Srirachapocalypse" had you sweating bullets late last year, now's the perfect time to use them up to make some deliciously hot, er, hot wings. Huy Fong Foods, makers of the infamous rooster sauce, should be resuming shipments right about now. And we have the perfect recipe for you to celebrate, courtesy of The Windsor in New York City: honey-Sriracha chicken wings.
If a no-frills recipe seems more appealing, definitely try Vic Rallo, Jr.'s Super Bowl hot wings. The wings are coated in seasoned flour, deep-fried, and tossed in a delicious mixture of melted butter, Worcestershire, garlic powder, and of course, Frank's RedHot. What else could anyone ask for?
Kristine Mana-Ay, executive chef at The Windsor, a gastropub with two locations in New York City, shares her recipe for honey-Sriracha chicken wings, a very popular item on the menu.
Spicy tomato sauce chicken wings
A touch of harissa in the tomato sauce for these spicy chicken wings from Denise Woodward of Chez Us gives them a North African flair. Harissa is a Tunisian chile paste made from dried hot red peppers, caraway seeds, cumin seeds, and coriander seeds and can be found in most well stocked supermarkets and grocery stores.
Looking for something a bit milder in flavor? These baked wings from Denise Woodward, author of Chez Us, use a mixture of soy sauce, aged black garlic, mirin, and sesame seeds to give that Asian-inspired flavor profile without the heat.