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Sriracha Honey Chicken Wings

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Sriracha Honey Wings Hip2Save

Making chicken wings at home is easy and sure to please any crowd! Score extra points this year at your Super Bowl party with these flavorful Sriracha Honey Baked Wings! And shhh, here’s a secret for you —> if you coat chicken wings with baking powder, you’ll create an extra crispiness that makes them taste amazing!

Sriracha Honey Wings

Ingredients:

For the wings:

2 lbs. chicken wings, thawed
1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder
1 Tablespoon Paprika
salt & pepper to taste
2 Tablespoons baking powder

For the sauce:

1/3 cup Honey
1/3 cup Sriracha Sauce
1/4 teaspoon Sesame Oil
1/4 teaspoon Rice Vinegar
*optional sesame seeds for garnish

How to make crispy chicken wings Hip2Save

Directions: Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Make the rub for the chicken by combining garlic powder, paprika, salt, pepper, and baking powder. Coat wings evenly with rub and place on a foil-lined pan. As pictured above, I recommend using a cooling rack on top of a baking sheet for extra crispiness. Bake for 20 minutes and turn wings. Bake for another 20-30 minutes until desired crispiness. Combine ingredients for sauce and coat wings evenly. Serve wings as is or place wings back in oven so for an extra 10 minutes to allow sauce to caramelize. Top with sesame seeds if desired.

Sriracha Chicken Wings Recipe from Hip2Save

I am obsessed with both crispy chicken wings and Sriracha sauce so this is a big winner in my house! The honey balances the heat from the hot sauce to perfection. You can also substitute the Sriracha Sauce with BBQ sauce for Honey BBQ wings if spicy isn’t your thing. Enjoy!

[h2s_box]Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.[/h2s_box]

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Comments 27

  1. Beth

    So I have a diff recipe and now this that both call for sesame oil and I went to the grocery store looking for it and couldn’t find it. Where abouts is it typically located? Thank you!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      I find it most of the time by the Asian sauces and food in my store.

    • Annie

      Trader Joe’s has it

  2. Theismann

    Does anyone know what the Baking Powder does for the cooking process? Does it help the skin crisp up?

  3. Wanda

    from post – – you coat chicken wings with baking powder, you’ll create an extra crispiness that makes them taste amazing! – but I never had any experience with this; cant wait to find out if this works. i like the idea of not coating in flour

  4. jiya

    If you have high blood pressure issues you better skip the baking soda.

    • anonymous

      baking powder, not baking soda

  5. Tia

    These are also great in the crockpot if you don’t mind them being non-crispy.

  6. Joyce

    Haha, is this from Chef John?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes! He didnt use any specific measurements so I tried to estimate!
      Thanks! Have you made them?

      • Vicky

        You can go to his foodwishes website and get the measurements!

        • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

          Oh neat, I didnt realize he had one. thanks!

    • Amy

      I just watched his video the other day and thought the same thing when I saw this posted LoL

      • Yoli

        Rachael Ray just made this on her show this morning. So thanks to her and Chef John too 😉

  7. Jlove

    Speaking of the Super Bowl, I’m in a contest to win Super Bowl tickets and I’d love it if some hip2savers would help me out! Use my link to enter the contest yourself (one wins with most entries, one by random drawing) and it’ll help me earn bonus entries. My husband is a hard working special education teacher and lifelong Hawks fan, and I’d Love to win! If I don’t I’ll be bringing these wings to the party- they sound delicious!
    https://contest.io/c/lkbqmx4l

  8. Nora

    Hi Lina! Can I use olive oil instead? Thanks!

  9. Joanne Edmonds

    I use cornstarch for the same purpose of crispiness. If you use it on chicken breasts and do a shallow fry on cut up chicken breast, it is exactly like Chik-fil-A naked nuggets.

    • Maria

      What do you use aside from cornstarch? My kids love chickfila but it gets too expensive.

    • RB

      Corn starch is what the Asian recipes I have seen used for coating chicken or shrimp before dredging in batter . Baking powder is extremely salty.

      • Erin

        And bitter! Wish I had tried corn starch; I know it works great on chicken breasts. These are bitter with buffalo sauce and inedible without sauce, and bitterness usually doesn’t bother me at all. Bummer. Thought I found my silver bullet for crispy baked wings. 🙁

  10. amy

    I want some!!! Oh, these look so tasty!! Can’t wait to make ’em!!! 🙂

  11. Jeff

    Wowzaaaaaa! Those look and sound crazy good!

  12. Molly

    Wow! These sound so yummy! I love Sriracha sauce and combining it with honey sounds divine! The recipes posted on here always have my mouth watering!

  13. Susan

    I”ve never used my cooling rack in the oven bf. It won’t melt?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      I’ve never had an issue, but i would try not to go above 425 just in case. You could also look for another kind of baking rack like that one if uou’re worried, thanks

  14. Yvette

    Anyone know a good ranch dressing (restaurant style) to go with these bad boys? I am in search of a good recipe! Thanks

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