39 Hot Wing Recipes to Try

Chicken Wings are one of my favorite guilty pleasures. They are a great dish to make, no matter if you like them sweet or spicy I have you covered.

39 Hot Wing Recipes to Try

Here are my CopyKat favorite recipes. I have several places that you know and love. Some of the new additions are the two Wingstop copycat recipes. My personal favorite is the honey habanero chicken wings, so crispy, they just can’t be beaten.

CopyKat.com’s Favorite Wing Recipes

Hooters Hot Wings
Honey Habenero Hot Wings
Wingstop Lemon Pepper Wings
Wingstop Garlic Parmesan Wings
Wings and Things Garlic Buffalo Wings
Garlic Buffalo Air Fryer Chicken Wings
Players Sports Bar Boneless Buffalo Wings
Wings and Things 3# Chicken Tenders and Hot Sauce
Junior’s Buffalo Wings
Oven Baked Sriracha Honey Wings

I have a lot of food blogger friends, and we just love our wings. Check out some of these recipes, you are bound to find some new favorites in here.

Favorite Blogger Recipes

Beer Braised Szechuan Chicken Wings
Thai Chicken Wings
Chinese Barbeque Wings
Sticky Sweet Caribbean Wings
Dragon Chicken Wings
Restaurant Style Wings
No Mess Hot Wings
Sticky Chicken Wings
Buttermilk Southwestern Wings
Sesame Honey Wings
Thai Chili Sesame Wings
Ritz Spicy Asian Wings

Did you know wings are less expensive during the summer? Grill up some wings during the hotter months, it makes a nice change over steaks and chicken breasts.

Grilled Wings

Grilled Honey Hot Wings
Maple Mustard Grilled Chicken Wings
Hot Mustard Wings
Honey Turmeric Wings

You don’t always have to fry wings, you can bake them, and you can put them in a slow cooker for great results when making chicken wings.

Baked Style Wings

Crazy Good Caribbean Baked Wings
Lana’s Baked Buffalo Wings
Slow Cooker Sriracha Teriyaki Wings
Baked Garlic Buffalo Wings
Peanut Butter and Jelly Wings
Thai Curry Wings
Slow Cooker Buffalo Wings
Beer Braised Honey Sriarcha Wings
Honey Garlic Baked Wings
Slow Cooker Apricot BBQ Chicken Wings
Slow Cooker Asian Wings
Thai Chicken Wings
Honey Rum Sriracha Wings
Pineapple Chili Lime Wings

Did you know the prices of chicken wings are often very seasonal? They are most expensive during January through March, as the Super Bowl and March Madness drive up the desire for chicken wings. So during the summer, they are often much less expensive. You can have wings any time of the year!!

About Stephanie

I recreate your favorite restaurant recipes, so you can prepare these dishes at home. I help you cook dinner, and serve up dishes you know your family will love. You can find most of the ingredients for all of the recipes in your local grocery store.

Stephanie is the author of CopyKat.com's Dining Out in the Home, and CopyKat.com's Dining Out in the Home 2.

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Reader Interactions


  1. Heather Jacoway

    I’d love t see a recipe that mimics Lindy’s Fried chicken hot wing sauce!!! We absolutely love this place and would very much enjoy being able to make this from home 🙂

  2. Emily

    Stephanie!!! The Wingstop Parmesan wings were PERFECT!! Can you do a CopyKat of the Brazillian Citrus Pepper wings from Wingstop?! They’re sooooo good!


  3. Nonie B

    Thanks for the variety of flavors! I would love to see a recipe for Wing Stop’s Hawaiian sauce! I LOVE this sauce and always ask for extra for dipping!

      • Larisa Williams

        San-J Sweet and Tangy Polynesian Glazing and Dipping Sauce comes close. I found mine at Fresh Thyme, but it’s also sold at Wal-Mart Online at a minimum. I also used hickory in a smoke box while cooking the chicken, added a Habanero pepper and pineapple paste blended in a wet/dry spice blender to the sauce…used half to glaze while cooking, and half as a finishing sauce.

    • Brenda

      I’d also LOVE a Copykat recipe for Ale Emporium’s Hermanaki wings! I spend part of the year in Indianapolis and part of the year in Florida, and in Florida I always go through withdrawal! (I swear I could live on the Hermanaki boneless chicken fingers!)

  4. Heather Adams

    I’m looking for T.K.s six pack, zesty Italian wing sauce. It’s not a bottle of the dressing it’s something different it’s dark in color and has a kick. If you could help I’d appreciate it. It’s located in Altoona and Hollidaysburg, Pa.

  5. Sally

    Hi we like this place called Wing Nutz they have a parmesan curry wing sauce. I would love to find a recipe for it.

  6. bastisraul

    Reguardless of what your favorite baked wings are, steam them first for 13 min then proceed with the rest of the recipe. Steaming cuts the oven time by 20 % and insures an extremely moist result. 5-6 min under the broiler and you are back to crispy wings or you can finish them off on the grill.

  7. Heather @ Sugar Dish Me

    My boys were just asking me for wings last night! We love ’em. Thanks for including a couple of mine in this awesome round up! There are so many good ones to try!

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