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Wings: What is your preferred cooking technique?
Let me hear what your preferred technique is for cooking chicken wings on the egg.
Direct/Indirect, with/without smoke, various temps, on grate or raised etc...
As always pictures are welcomed!
low and slow direct on a raised grill
This is my personal favorite for now....I change things up a pretty good bit.
Recipe & technique...these always get rave reviews
Didn't you go to the game? Boy am I glad I didn't... :blink:
I keep it simple. Sprinkled with Dizzy Dust or similar rub, cooked direct around 375-400 degrees, no smoke. Takes about 45 minutes or so depending on how diligent I am with the fire. Be careful to keep turning frequently so you don't burn them. Take off and shake with Franks Red Hot Sauce. Thats it!
I'm sure you will get all kinds of very different, but very tasty techniques for wings. I like them raised, indirect at 350°F:
Grilled Buffalo Wings
I let them go for 45 minutes to an hour, flipping and saucing every 15 minutes or so.
Food & Fire
- The carnivorous ramblings of a gluten-free grill geek.
AZRP's "the chicken" method is pretty good too
I've had my best results with indirect high heat. Platesetter, feet up, with grate on top. Temp at 400* with the wings seasoned my favorite rub. They cook for about 45 min to an hour and are normally very crispy, almost as if they were deep fryed.
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