10 Awesome Grilled Chicken Wings for a Fourth of July Party
From spicy-sweet apricot wings to fantastic Vietnamese-inspired ones, here are seven of the best grilled chicken wings to make for a Fourth of July bash.
For extra-juicy chicken, these wings are brined for three hours before they’re tossed in spice rub.
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What's the secret to these extra-juicy wings? Chef Timothy Hollingsworth brines them for three hours.
These spicy-sweet wings are perfect with a citrusy wheat beer.
These super-crispy wings are the perfect balance of sweet and salty.
Adam Perry Lang, author of Charred & Scruffed, makes these amazing wings with a rich molasses sauce.
Cherry preserves and habanero chile make a terrific, sticky, sweet and spicy glaze.
Sheldon Simeon uses fresh ginger and pineapple juice to add bright heat and tang to the sweet, teriyaki-like homemade huli huli sauce that coats the chicken wings and pineapple slices in this recipe. The marinade helps the wings get smoky-sweet on the grill and retain a delicious juicy bite.
Marinating chicken wings in a mix of coconut milk, curry paste and lime lends them an alluring sweet-spicy flavor.
Rubbing chicken wings with a variety of sweet and spicy seasonings before smoking gives them a double dose of delicious flavor.
These Indian-spiced chicken wings from chef Ben Ford are superb on their own with a squeeze of lemon, but they're even better dipped in the thick and tangy minty yogurt sauce that's made with cream cheese.
These wings are sauced with a vinaigrette made from fish sauce and coconut water and served on top of a refreshing noodle salad that’s packed with herbs.