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The Best Chicken Wing Recipes

How do you love your wings? Deep-fried, grilled, or oven-baked? Chicken wings are highly versatile, meaning you can have them in more than one way. But, do you have enough chicken wing recipes to last you a week without repeating? If not, don’t worry; I’ve got you covered. 

I love assorted flavors and textures, so I’m always looking for different ways to make wings. Also, amazing recipes don’t have to be complicated. This post is a collection of simple yet magical chicken wing dishes you can try. They include grilled, oven-baked, air-fried options, and much more.

Black People’s Recipes’ Top Chicken Wing Recipes:

Chicken Wings Recipes For The Grill or Smoker

Learn how to make the best chicken wings on the grill or in your smoker with these easy recipes!

Baked Chicken Wings Recipes

Baked wings are delicious when done right! This collection includes so many delicious sauces and crispy oven fried wings!

Air Fryer Chicken Wings Recipes

Put your air fryer to work with these chicken wing recipes. This list even includes a few options to make frozen wings.

Crockpot and Slow Cooker Chicken Wings Recipes

Cook your chicken wings low and slow with these Crockpot and Slow Cooker Wing recipes.

Vegan Wing Recipes

Want the flavors of chicken wings without the wings? These vegan options are a nice way to switch up the menu sometimes!

FAQs

What is the best cooking method for wings?

It depends on your preferences and goals. For example, if you want to cut back on fat, then use an air fryer or the crispy baking methods above. If you want to have breaded crunch, then you can cook your wings in a deep fryer with flour.

What is the secret to crispy chicken wings?

Patting your wings dry before adding flour and seasoning is the first step. If you are baking or air frying your wings, then the key to getting them crispy is adding baking powder. If you are deep frying your wings, then making sure that the oil temperature is above 350 degrees is key.

How do you get sauce to stick to chicken wings?

Adding the sauce or dry rub to your wings immediately helps it to stick to your wings.