The Best PEOPLE Chicken Wing Recipes for Super Bowl Sunday

It's not game day without chicken wings and these recipes are finger-lickin' good

01 of 09

Honey Pepper Glazed Chicken Wings

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Antonis Achilleos

"This recipe takes wings beyond Buffalo or barbecue flavors," says Dale Talde, chef-owner of Goosefeather restaurant in Tarrytown, N.Y., who combines fish sauce, honey, lime juice and more to make his Super Bowl dish.

Get the recipe HERE.

02 of 09

Grilled Sweet-Chili Chicken Wings

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Victor Protasio

"I love this recipe for its simplicity. It's easy to get the ingredients and turn them into total deliciousness," says Bryce Shuman, the executive chef at Sweetbriar restaurant in New York City. "The wings are smoky, sweet and tangy with a slight heat that disappears quickly. They're meaty little devils that are super fun to eat!"

Get the recipe HERE.

03 of 09

Honey-Garlic Chicken Wings

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Caitlin Bensel

Singer Kelis' recipe takes less than an hour from start to finish, making them simple to whip up before tailgates and viewing parties. "This sweet and spicy combo is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser," adds Kelis, who founded the Bounty & Full sauce line.

Get the recipe HERE.

04 of 09

Greek-Style Chicken Wings With Feta

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Jennifer Causey

"The combination of the crispy skin and herby coating makes them perfect to enjoy while rooting for your team," says James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey.

Get the recipe HERE.

05 of 09

Lime Brined Wings With Chipotle-Pineapple Sauce

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Greg DuPree

Brining is the secret to making moist, juicy and perfectly seasoned chicken wings every time—and what you add to the brine can make all the difference in flavor. Steve McHugh, the chef-owner of Cured in San Antonio, uses a mixture of cilantro, jalapeño, garlic and lime juice for a bright taste that works perfectly with his tangy chipotle dipping sauce.

Get the recipe HERE.

06 of 09

Balsamic BBQ Chicken Wings

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Jennifer Causey

The chef of L.A.'s Love & Salt restaurant, Michael Fiorelli, puts a tangy twist on the game-day favorite by adding balsamic to his sauce. But don't shell out a lot dough for an expensive vinegar. "Go for the basic stuff," he says. "A high-end vinegar will be too mellow and get lost in the sauce."

Get the recipe HERE.

07 of 09

Sticky Thai Wings With Toasted Coconut

Victor Protasio

No game day is complete without wings! Kevin Rathbun, who represented Atlanta at the 2019 Taste of the NFL party, shares a flavorful version with a green curry sauce. The flaked coconut sprinkled on top adds a nice crunch.

Get the recipe HERE.

08 of 09

Honey-Soy Chicken Wings With Yogurt Dipping Sauce

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Amy Schumer and her husband, chef Chris Fischer, share a recipe for their easy baked wings coated in a "sweet and succulent glaze," and served with tangy parsley-and-shallot yogurt sauce.

Get the recipe HERE.

09 of 09

Pineapple Juice & Brown Sugar Wings

David Tsay

Offering a sweet take on the classic, sportscaster Erin Andrew's favorite wings are simmered in brown sugar and pineapple juice and can be served with a healthy side of brown rice.

Get the recipe HERE.

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