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First time wings. Suggestions?
It is 8:45 AM (West coast... USA time.)
I'm about a month in with the BGE.... still a newbie compared to most here.
I bought 10 (full) chicken wings yesterday and would like to try them on the BGE.
I usually broil them in the stove (pretty close to the flame) after brushing on a mixture of Worcestershire sause and a few drops of tabasco and then sprinkling with kosher salt, garlic salt, pepper and paprika for color. I cook for about 30 mins, turning twice.
How do I do wings? Direct? Raised direct? Platesetter-indirect? For how long? What temp?
What is a good (EASY!) coating or marinate or brush-on? I won't cook until 5 PM so I have some time. Like in the past, I know I can count on some of you experienced cooks to help me.