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Marinade for Wings

Whats the best over night marinade for chicken wings?


  • CigarCityEggerCigarCityEgger Posts: 1,303
    Depends on how you like them, if you’re going teriyaki I usually use soy vey marinade. I’ve also used an Italian dressing marinade and they turned out very good as well if you’re not looking to sauce them. 
  • JohnInCarolinaJohnInCarolina Posts: 14,698
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  • zahuliozahulio Posts: 109
    If you like lemon-garlic flavor, I made some yesterday based on this recipe. It was outstanding!! 
  • Doc_EggertonDoc_Eggerton Posts: 5,225
    Dichicko's Garlic or Hot Peri Peri.  Allegro for legs.

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  • drumdudeguydrumdudeguy Posts: 126
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  • SloppyJoeSloppyJoe Posts: 406
    Mmmmm.  All of these sound good.  I might have to do some experimenting this weekend.  
  • etherdomeetherdome Posts: 339
    I rarely try true marinades with chicken wings . Some olive oil and dry spices such as lemon pepper are about it for me.  Definitely curious about some of these. 
    Upstate SC
    Large BGE
  • SloppyJoeSloppyJoe Posts: 406
    I’ve used Allegro Hot & Spicy in the past and they turned out awesome.  
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