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Chicken Wings

Looking for chicken wings? Find recipes for chicken wings including bbq chicken wings, spicy chicken wings, and more chicken wings recipes.

Orange-Glazed Chicken Wings

Orange-Glazed Chicken Wings

Orange-Glazed Chicken Wings

"I normally don't care for wings, but after I tried this recipe that was shared by a coworker, it changed my mind," says Holly Mann of Temple, New Hampshire. A simple overnight marinade coats the wings to create a lovely glaze when baked.

Peachy Chicken Wings

Peachy Chicken Wings

Peachy Chicken Wings

"I've been making these slightly sweet wings for 25 years, and people always love them," says Linda Walker of Dumfries, Virginia. "The wings marinate overnight, then I bake them an hour before serving. The recipe is easy to double or triple for a crowd," she adds.

Sweet Heat Drumettes

Sweet Heat Drumettes

Sweet Heat Drumettes

Sweet maple syrup plays down the heat from the cayenne papper in these finger-lickin' good drummettes. Use a chafing dish to keep them warm at a party. —Deb Zurawski, Jamesport, New York
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Grilled Glazed Drummies

Grilled Glazed Drummies

Grilled Glazed Drummies

My family prefers these mild-tasting chicken wings more than the traditional hot wings. They are great for any gathering. —Laura Mahaffey, Annapolis, Maryland

Honey Barbecue Wings

Honey Barbecue Wings

Honey Barbecue Wings

These wings are mild enough to please even the kids at your table. The baked-on honey barbecue sauce is the only one you'll need.—Diane Acord, Savage, Minnesota

Favorite Hot Wings

Favorite Hot Wings

Favorite Hot Wings

For parties, I like to make these wings in advance and keep them warm in a slow cooker. The mild sauce is finger-licking good! —Tracie Calkin, Casper, Wyoming

Grilled Wing Zingers

Grilled Wing Zingers

Grilled Wing Zingers

My husband fine-tuned this recipe - and the results were spectacular! These spicy-hot grilled wings are true party pleasers. You can easily adjust the heat level by altering the amount of chili powder. The wings take a little time, but they're worth it. -Angela Roster, Greenbackville, Virginia

Kung Pao Wings

Kung Pao Wings

Kung Pao Wings

Served as an entree over hot cooked rice, these delicious drummettes have plenty of personality—with sweet red pepper for color, red pepper flakes for zip and peanuts for crunch. They're quick and easy to fix, too. -Kathleen Evans, Lacey, Washington

Mexican Chicken Wings

Mexican Chicken Wings

Mexican Chicken Wings

I make these spicy appetizers for parties and football games and never have any leftovers. The hot wings contrast nicely with the cool but zippy dip. When the wings run out, we use the extra cilantro dip on tortilla chips. -Barbara McConaughey, Houlton, Wisconsin

Crispy Onion Wings

Crispy Onion Wings

Crispy Onion Wings

My wife, daughters and I often enjoy these buttery wings while watching TV on Saturday nights. The crisp coating of french-fried potato chips is also great on the chicken tenders I make from cut-up boneless chicken breasts. -Jonathan Hershey, Akron, Ohio

Raspberry Barbecue Wings

Raspberry Barbecue Wings

Raspberry Barbecue Wings

I came up with this recipe when I got tired of the same old wings. These are baked with onion and garlic, then broiled and basted with a mixture of raspberry jam, barbecue sauce and jalapeno peppers. The sauce is also excellent on pork and is great for dipping. —Sandra Fisher, Missoula, Montana
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