This sauce has become my favorite of any homemade or chain restaurant and is super easy to make with only 4 ingredients. Toss cooked wings and sauce together while wings are still hot. This makes enough for 20 wings.
Chicken deep-fried and then poached in gravy. Maybe it's not the healthiest, but great comfort food for troops on the march (or just a guy back from work). Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Fried meat and gravy. What could be better? Born (probably) in Germany, imported to America, this dish is so popular in the Southwest it's been named part of Oklahoma's official state meal.
Leftover rice becomes the filling for this easy omelet with Asian flavors.
Go big or go home: smother your fries in BBQ-laced gravy and cheese.
Craving chicken? This easy weeknight dinner is the cure. Flavor from classic guy favorites like Parmesan cheese and garlic.
I made these wings for the Super Bowl, and they were gone in five minutes. Good thing they were super easy to make!
An out-of-this-world alfredo that won't sit too heavy in your stomach.
These deep fried chicken wings have been coated with a slightly spicy Cajun concoction for the best hot wing flavor!
Easy to cook and tasty to eat... just try and feel the taste of this dish...
Make this restaurant classic without heating up the house. Chicken Marsala is just as good--maybe better--when it cooks on your grill in a little foil envelope.
Chicken flavored with familiar hot wing fixins is the making for this easy pizza.
The classic hot wing flavors of blue cheese and hot sauce come together in this creamy, delicious chicken sandwich.
Guys have figured out a shortcut to delicious lemon chicken...packaged hollandaise sauce, with just a dash of lemon juice.
Amazing chicken--don't let all the ingredients scare you away. This recipe isn't that hard, and doesn't take as long as you'd think. You make the sauce while the chicken is baking, so you're eating as soon as it comes out of the oven. You won't often find a dinner this amazing that you can make in less than an hour.
Simple and tasty chicken breasts--you just saute them, then pour over this simple lime butter with fresh herbs.
This is a sweet and hot variation of traditional buffalo sauce. It can be used as a dipping sauce or to coat your wings.
A surf-and-turf version of Mexico, made in Oregon by a guy who knows nothing about Mexican culture!
Fall-off-the-bone Garlic Teriyaki Wings with a hint of heat - awesome!! Less cooking time after dipping makes wings saucier.
This simple recipe gives you wings without all the hassle of deep-frying. You won't have that crispy crust, but all the taste is there.