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First wings on BGE

NessmuckNessmuck Posts: 66
edited 7:06AM in EggHead Forum
Best wings I have ever had.
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  • StanleyStanley Posts: 623
    How did you do them?
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  • Cover with cayenne pepper to taste, followed by a gernerous coat of Head Country dry rub. Place in large storage bag, add Franks Red Hot and shake. On egg for about 2 hours at 225-250, increase heat to 325-350 for aout 1/2 hour to crisp them up.
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  • those look good. Man look at that brand spankin new BGE too... So you sauced them first then slow cooked?
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  • Mostly dry seasoning. Just enough Red Hot to give them some heat. Not enough to make them sloppy.
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  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,168
    They look nice - great color.
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  • Dang Wayne. You need to cook a little more. That egg looks to new. Another great day in KC, excpet for the Chefs. :(

    Mike
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  • Same egg the next afternoon. Since then I have done another round of burgers, more wings, two chickens, a brisket, three butts and I seared two home grown ribeyes this afternoon. It's almost broke in.
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  • GREAT JOB!
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  • BoogieBoogie Posts: 137
    Good pics. Wings are about my favorite thing to cook on the egg.
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  • I think you have it down B)
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