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
“These wings are perfect for gatherings,” says June Eberhardt. Because they come with plenty of sauce, the Marysville, California reader also likes to serve them over rice as a main dish. Any way you do it, this sweet and tangy medley will be a hit!
Many hands helped make our wedding day perfect. My aunts and cousins prepared the wonderful food. My husband, Jeff, and I and our guests enjoyed these finger-licking-good chicken wings. The zesty sauce was inspired by my uncle, Bill Gingerich.
"These buttery wings, made with a bread crumb and sesame seed coating, 'fry' easily in the oven. I made a batch to serve at my sister's wedding. They're delicious hot or cold." —Patrice Ehrlich, Merced, California
Whether I use drumettes or chicken wings, these savory bites are always popular. I keep the pretty glazed appetizers warm during parties by serving them in my slow cooker. —Carole Nelson, Parkville, Missouri
These no-fuss wings are fall-off-the-bone tender. Chili sauce offers a bit of spice while molasses lends a hint sweetness. "They make a great meal with a side dish of rice," notes Sharon Morcilio of Joshua Tree, California.