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Peachy Sriracha Sticky Wings

Peachy Sriracha Sticky Wings

From time to time, we feature guest blogs from friends and family of So it gives me great pleasure to introduce you to Stacie Billis, author of Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner. In her cookbook, Stacie introduces 50 winning ways to cook chicken from roasting and braising to — you guessed it — grilling.

This week, she shares her recipe for Peachy Sriracha Sticky Wings. Give the recipe a try and let us know what you think!

Peachy Sriracha Sticky Wings

If you ask me, wings are meant to be a simple pleasure. I’m happy as long as they taste good, are easy to make, and hit these three marks: Spicy. Sticky. Messy.

If that’s enough to satisfy you, too, you’ll also love this simple, sweet-and- just-a-little- spicy recipe. If you want more than just a little spicy, simply add more Sriracha. That’s what I do when my kids are not around.


  • 1 cup peach jam or Preserves
  • 2 tablespoons Sriracha, plus more for spicier wings (see headnote)
  • 1 tablespoon neutral oil, such as grapeseed, plus more for brushing the grill
  • 1 teaspoon fish sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons unseasoned rice wine vinegar
  • 3 pounds chicken wings, wing tips removed and remaining wings split in two at the joint
  • Freshly ground black pepper

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About the Book

Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner

Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner by Stacie Billis

With this cookbook on your kitchen counter, you’ll prepare delicious chicken suppers with confidence and ease. Author Stacie Billis’ light, funny, and instructional tone takes the intimidation factor out of working with chicken, whether you’re breaking down a bird or roasting it whole. Each chapter is chock-full of tips and tricks that use a wide range of techniques, from braising and roasting to grilling, slow cooking, and sheet-pan cooking, and all fifty recipes focus on tender meat infused with flavor.

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Excerpted from Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner © by Stacie Billis, used with permission from Storey Publishing.