Adam Richman: Adam Richman shares 3 of his go-to chicken wing recipes for game day

This flavor-packed trio of chicken wings will take your game day to the next level.

What would game day be without wings?! Host of the History Channel’s “The Food That Built America” Adam Richman is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to dish about the history of chicken wings and share a few of his favorite recipes inspired by flavors from around the world. He shows us how to make shawarma-spiced wings with garlic dipping sauce, sticky and sweet Polynesian-inspired wings and Kentucky pepper-peach glazed wings.

Shawarma-Spiced Chicken Wings with Smoky-Sweet Toum

A shawarma meal can present a wonderful array of textures, flavors, sauces and accompaniments. Think: za’atar, Aleppo pepper and hawaij, an awesome mixture of cinnamon, cardamom, allspice and turmeric. I’ve tried to bring some of those wonderful combinations to the universally beloved chicken wing. In keeping with the theme, I created a dipping sauce to serve on the side, which is reminiscent of the toum (garlic sauce) found at many amazing shawarma restaurants. This one gets a bit of sweetness from dates and smoky heat from Aleppo pepper.