Sriracha Chicken Wings

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With football season swinging into high gear, party foods are in high demand. Needless to say, chicken wings are the best snacks for any football game! You can make them in any flavor, but of course… Sriracha makes everything kick butt. Instead of making ordinary Buffalo wings, grab that Rooster sauce and make these incredible Sriracha-waitin’-for Chicken Wings.

Click here for the recipe for ‘Sriracha Chicken Wings’

Usually Buffalo wings are made by tossing fried chicken wings in bottled red hot pepper sauce. My chicken wings kick it up a notch by using the ever-so-famous Sriracha sauce, melted butter, sweet honey, and a little bit of salty soy sauce. Green onions add a little zesty zing. Oh, and they’re baked instead of fried just to make them a little healthier, too. These are no boring wings. If you make these just one time, expect to make them again — everybody else will be counting on you. Watch out. They’re that good.

Here’s what you need:

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Party wings (chicken drummettes and wings), olive oil, Sriracha sauce, low-sodium soy sauce, unsalted butter, honey, and green onions. Pre-heat that oven to 375 degrees F.

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Make sure you’ve washed the wings under water and patted them dry with paper towels. Transfer them to a foil-lined baking sheet.

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Let’s coat them in a little oil before we put them in the oven.

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Coat everything well with oil to achieve a crispy chicken wing!

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Spread them out on one layer to ensure even baking. Bake for 40-50 minutes.

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As the wings are about to finish up, throw all the other ingredients into a saucepan over medium-high heat: soy sauce, honey, butter, and Sriracha.

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Everything will come together with heat!

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Now that’s infinitely better than bottled Buffalo wing sauce. You must taste this.

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Pour the sauce into a large bowl and add half of the chopped green onions.

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The chicken wings will look golden brown and crisp like this when they’re ready to leave the oven. It’ll really take at least 40 minutes!

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Leave behind the grease in the baking sheet and transfer the wings to the bowl of sauce.

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Toss toss toss.

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And serve immediately.

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Don’t forget to garnish with chopped green onions. These don’t even need a dipping sauce. They’re SO DELICIOUS by themselves. Make these for game day! Or any day!

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