Baked Chicken Wings
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Orange-Glazed Chicken Wings
Alton Brown's secret ingredient for these sweet wings is a can of frozen orange juice concentrate.
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Alton gets super-crispy skin on his chicken wings by cooking them twice.
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Teriyaki Chicken Wings
Roast chicken wings with just a little salt, pepper and olive oil before coating them in Tyler Florence's homemade teriyaki sauce.
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Baked Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese-Yogurt Dip
Make a lighter dip for these baked wings with a nonfat Greek yogurt and skim milk base.
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Ancho chile powder, cumin, coriander and cloves dress these spicy wings. The heat factor is up to you.
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Honey-Glazed Chicken Wings With Snow Peas
Make a dinner-sized portion of wings and toss them in sauce and honey.
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Chicken Parm Wings
Bored with your typical barbecue or buffalo sauces? These healthy baked wings mimic an Italian-American favorite — satisfyingly crunchy and cheesy.
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Honey Hoisin Glazed Wings
Kelsey Nixon are a perfect example of why we're all so addicted to a spicy-sweet combo. Top her wings with scallions (for extra freshness with bite) and sesame seeds (for crunch).
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Balsamic Glazed Chicken Wings
Robert Irvine adds balsamic vinegar to his soy-sauce-honey marinade for wings with extra tang.
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Moroccan Harissa Chicken Wings
You simply can't ignore the eye-catching deep red of harissa — especially when it's poured over wings. Tossing the wings with baking powder leads to extra-crispy skin without frying.