Super Bowl Party: Top 11 Wings Recipes

With the biggest game in football this weekend, what are you going to make? Whether you like them spicy or sweet, you'll find the perfect wings recipe for all of your guests with this ultimate wings guide. Fire up the grill, oven, or deep fryer for some of the best wings you've ever had.

Wangs N Heat

These wings are super-spicy, so have a tall glass of water or milk nearby. The blue cheese dipping sauce is the perfect way to cool off the wings.

Mario's Spicy Chicken Wings

Mario Batali's spicy wings are rubbed with a spice rub for four hours and then grilled. The dipping sauce is made with mayonnaise, white vinegar, sugar and horseradish.

Guy Fieri's Firecracker Wings

Toasted sesame seeds and soy sauce give these Asian-inspired wings a new twist. Put the wings on the grill and baste them with the extra sauce.

Oven-Roasted Chicken Wings

These wings use simple ingredients right out of your spice drawer. Serve with your favorite dressing or barbecue sauce.

Sara Moulton's Chorizo Chicken Wings

The secret ingredient in these wings? Rice Krispies cereal gives these wings a crunchy crust.

Martha Hall Foose's Ain't No Thing Chicken Wing

Honey, ginger and apple cider vinegar are the unique ingredients in this recipe. The honey gives the wings an extra sweet flavor.

'Hungry Girl' 200 Calorie or Less H-O-T Hot Boneless Buffalo Wings

For those football fans watching their waistlines, these wings are for you. Fiber cereal and low-fat potato crisps add crunchy texture without the guilt.

Emeril's Buffalo-Style Wings

Deep fried and delicious, these wings will be the hit of your party. Serve with carrots, celery and blue cheese for a traditional buffalo wing experience.

Hill Country Smoked Chicken Wings

The three chili chicken wing rub and buttermilk ranch dressing makes these wings spectacular. The smokiness from the grill add great depth of flavor.

Dwight Freeney's Lime Mojo Chicken Wings

Lime and red pepper flakes give these wings a big flavor boost. Reduce the marinade down to serve as an extra dipping sauce.

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