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help with chicken wingettes

neweggnewegg Posts: 78
edited 3:20AM in EggHead Forum
chicken wingsettes. What temperature and how? We are doing them as I write.

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  • BajaTomBajaTom Posts: 1,269
    Go to the DizzyPig or the nakedwhiz site for the tutorials on wings. They are great sites for the eggers who are fairly new. good luck to ya. Tom
  • Done them a bunch of ways, but my favorite is simple:

    - clean wing(ettes)
    - place on grid in fridge for a couple hours - this helps dry the skin
    - sprinkle with your favorite rub (Bad Byron's Butt Rub is mine)
    - set up egg for a direct, but RAISED GRID, cook at 350. You can accompish this with a raised grid setup OR, but loading less lump. You want the grid a good 12-15 inces above the coals
    - Cook for about an hour to 1.25 hrs, flipping every 20 minutes

    I normally add a chunk of Pecan or Apple while the coals are heating up, adds a nice tough of smoke. Results in nicely crisp skin and very tender, fall off the bone meat. Good Luck!!
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