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Spicy BBQ chicken wings

eggstracooleggstracool Posts: 1
edited November -1 in Poultry
<h4>Ingredients</h4>Garlic powder to taste<BR>Soul seasoning to taste<BR>Accent to taste<BR>chili powder to taste<BR>Cayenne to taste<BR>Sriracha hot chili sauce (sold at most good grocery stores)<BR>Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce<BR>Worstershire sauce<h4>Instructions</h4><P>Depending on how many wings your cooking, put the appropriate amount of BBQ sauce in a bowl with a lid to toss and coat the wings. </P>
<P>Add the above ingredients to taste (I don't use measuring spoons). Mix together. </P>
<P>Add wings and toss to well covered. I put my wings in a Food Saver canister and vaccuum, but you could let set for a couple of hours. </P>
<P>Set Egg at 280 degrees for indirect cooking (legs up). Cook for around 2 hours, turning about every twenty minutes. When you think there about done, mix up some more sauce, and coat both sides again, and heat until done.  <BR></P><h4>Notes</h4>Make plenty cause you can't stop eating, and heaven forbid you have company!<p><b>Number of Servings:</b> </p><p><b>Time to Prepare:</b> </p>
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