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quick hot wings

Tried this method using my new egg, used to use it all the time on the Weber before abandoning for this egg! any comments / variations / suggestions appreciated. Its a variation on a wing recipe found on by MattD73... Marge

olive oil
1/4 stick butter
1 cup favorite hot sauce (love Texas Pete's)
1/4 cup cola
cayenne pepper
white pepper
black pepper[p]Start on the stove in the kitchen. In a saucepan heat a little olive oil, melt the butter then pour in the sauce. Stir in the cola then season as you wish with the peppers for heat. When simmering put in your wings (washed, split, tips removed, etc) and heat on medium for about 10-15 minutes. Your egg should be heated & ready to go...[p]Oil the grill grate, pour the wings and sauce into a small pan that will fit on the grill-- use tongs and and cook direct at 400 (I kept the wings on the outer ring of the grate to avoid burning) I turned every 5 mins but before turning dumped them back into the sauce pan on the grill which will thicken as it stays hot. Coat each time and get back on the grill for another 5 mins.[p]After about 4 x 5min turns and sauces, the wings are fall off the bone perfect.[p]The 5min frequency is probably too much-- will try 10 mins at a lower temp. Also need a suggestion for keeping the saucepan hot but not over-boiling on the direct grate...a 1/2 stone perhaps?[p]Enjoy!

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