Saturday, February 1, 2014

The Food Wishes' Chicken Wing Collection

Just in case you haven't decided on a chicken wing for tomorrow's Super Bowl party, maybe this will help. Here, for the first time, we've pulled together every single Food Wishes' chicken wing recipe into one, convenient post. Enjoy!


Jerk Chicken Wings

In the spirit of full disclosure, these will be the wings I'll be enjoying for the game.

Garlic Parm Hot Wings

If casual dinning restuarants have taught us anything, it's that people love garlic-parm whatever.

Original Buffalo Chicken Wings

There's no way to prove this is the original recipe, which is a probably good thing.

Clifton Springs Chicken Wings

By far, our most popular and highest-rated chicken wing recipe.

Pastrami Chicken Wings

Sure, pastrami sandwiches are awesome, but they don't have any bones! Now, these on the other hand. 

Spicy Orange Chicken Wings

I can't say who I stole this spicy orange glaze from, but it rhymes with "Panda Express." 

Peanut Butter & Pepper Jelly Chicken Wings

This is no gimmick! Okay, it is, but it's an incredibly delicious gimmick.

Sweet and Hot Mustard-Glazed Chicken Wings

Hey, there's a reason honey-mustard is the second most popular chicken nugget sauce in the world.

9 comments:

Scott Barber said...

You forgot Paul McCartney and Wings.

Jason Smith said...

I believe an Angel just received his/her wings:'):'):')

philogaia said...

Did someone ring a bell? Oh right. "Someone's knockin' at the door, somebody ringin' a bell."

Chef John, I made decent roasted hot wings before I found your technique. Now they are awesome. I learned to roast longer and to put part of the sauce on hot and let them sit for five before I finish saucing. Often that is a LONG five minutes. I play around with the spicing and sauces but not the basic technique.

cookinmom said...

Ok...which one is YOUR favorite??

Chef John said...

That's like picking a favorite kid! ;)

Mette said...

Dear John

I couldn't find anywhere else to post this, so... any chance you could give some love to us metric gals and start operate with grams and milliliters?

Best, Mette in Norway

Chef John said...

No chance. ;)

Mette said...

/sigh ;D

Anton said...

Don't sigh Mette, just use one of the hundreds of conversion calculators available on the Internet!

https://www.google.com/#q=food+conversion+calculators&safe=active