Wings are quintessential half-time finger food. No wonder! Wings are economical, easy to make appetizers that everyone enjoys. Find a recipe in this collection of our best wing recipes from About.com Food and Drink Guides.
When a recipe calls for soy sauce, be sure to use a gluten-free product. Same goes for hot sauce. I use Frank's Red Hot Original sauce in my wing recipes.
A fast, easy and out-of-the-ordinary wing recipe from John Mitzewich, About.com Guide to American Food. The sweet and spicy no-cook sauce is delicious and as John says, "is addictive."
Here's an easy buffalo wing recipe from Derrick Riches, About.com Guide to Barbecues and Grilling. If you avoid high fructose corn syrup for health reasons, use a cola product like Jones Cola- it's made with sugar (sucrose). Also, be sure to use gluten-free soy sauce in this recipe.
For smoky, grilled flavor try this wing recipe from Derrick Riches, About.com Guide to Barbecues and Grillings. Oriental 5 spice powder, garlic, ginger and soy sauce (be sure its gluten-free) layer wonderful Asian flavor to this unusual wing recipe!
A sweet pineapple marinade with balsamic vinegar, habanero chili and garlic add zing to this grilled wing recipe from Derrick Riches, About.com Guide to Barbecues and Grilling.Grilled Hot Wings Recipe
Simple and peppery, this recipe calls for just 6 ingredients incluing two kinds of pepper, olive oil and lemon juice. Easy and hot, this is another wing winner from Derrick.
Here's a crowd pleasing wing recipe from Peggy Trowbridge Filippone, About.com Guide to Home Cooking and it's easy. The wings are marinaded overnight and baked for one hour before serving. Be sure to use gluten-free soy sauce in the marinade and teriyaki dipping sauce.
---------------------------- Author Information: Teri Gruss, MS About.com Guide to Gluten-Free Cooking Teri was diagnosed with gluten intolerance after decades of symptoms that culminated in malabsorption syndrome. Teri has written numerous health and nutrition articles for the popular website naturalnews.com and was a founding member and moderator of nutritioncircle.org, a nutrition forum for healthcare professionals and students. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association and supports the non-profit organization Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) of North America as a member. Email Teri Gruss, MS here.