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<p />GrillMeister’s Chicken Wings[p]5 lbs of Chicken Wings (these big packages can be found at Sam’s, Costco or most grocery stores.
16 oz. bottle of GrillMeister’s Special Egg’n Seasoning[p]Wash the wings and cut off the little winglet part. These can be saved and used later for making chicken stock or simply discarded.[p]Get a good clean fire going in the egg with the temp between 325 & 350. I like to pull the grid out before it gets too hot and spray it with PAM.[p]Put the entire package of wings on the grid direct over the fire and arrange so they all are the same side up.[p]Shake up the bottle of GrillMeister’s Special Egg’n Seasoning and pour out some into small bowl. Give each wing a nice coating of the seasoning. Repeat this one more time during the cook so that each side receives two coatings. I recommend using a silicone basting brush because it works the best and is the easiest to clean. Always remember to shake the bottle before using it to baste.[p]The wings should take 45 minutes to an hour depending on how crunchy you like the outside. You need to be careful and watch for hot spots as you can burn them if you don’t pay attention.[p]