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Dagobaker 09-21-2009 12:01 PM

chicken wings
 
ok i want to do some chicken wings for monday night football........(ok its just me and the HD tv lol)
bought 10 pounds and going to freeze what i dont eat
going to season them with poultry rub and some garlic and wondering what temp to smoke at and how long
i like them crispy

Niek 09-21-2009 12:04 PM

I also like crispy wings!

I first smoke them on 300 - 350 F for a while, than grill over high heat to perfection!

ddoggdapimp 09-21-2009 01:56 PM

300- 350 is perfect

BBQ Grail 09-21-2009 02:05 PM

I season my wings, smoke them at 225 degrees until the juices run clear. They are then deep fried (some times breaded lightly, sometimes not) until golden brown. Tossed in sauce of choice and devoured...

Smoke Samurai 09-21-2009 02:08 PM

Wings
 
I would do the same... I would then throw them in a pan, sauce them and put them in the oven on high heat to bake on the sauce. If you have time, I have put them in the smoker on 350 for a few hours adding sauce each hour. Then thrown them on the grill to firm them up...personally, I like them saucy...crispy or not.

Ron_L 09-21-2009 02:31 PM

The wings that i cooked yesterday were at 350 for an hour then glazed and cooked for another 15 minutes then glazed again and another 15. A quick trip to a hot grill would certainly make them crispier.

aquablue22 09-21-2009 03:24 PM

Here a recipe i use all the time, easy and they are usually pretty crisp (not greasy)



Smoked Chicken Wings

Cut wings into separate pieces throwing away the tip.

Rub evenly with your favorite rub recipe for chicken.

Marinate in the refrigerator in a zip lock bag for 24 hours, make sure they are sealed or everything in your frig will smell and taste like garlic!

Smoke on you smoker using the in-direct method, If you cook using the direct method you have to watch them all the time to keep from burning because the skin has a lot of grease,

I have a Weber so I build a fire as: (This make a constant fire of 250 to 275 degrees, low and slow for smoking)

10 - 15 briquettes on each side of the grill, after they are ready (white ash),
hand full of hickory chips, that have been soaked in water for at least 30 minutes, on each set of coals (they will smoke about 30 - 40 minutes)
3 - 4 briquettes added to each side along with more hickory chips every 30 to 40 minutes,
(I usually wait until the smoke from above pretty much stops, it will depend on weather, wind, etc. may be 30 minutes)

2 to 2 1/2 hours or until they are not "greasy" anymore........Only open the grill to add coals or hickory! No peeking!!!!

Remove from grill and baste in your favorite Wing sauce, I use Franks Buffalo Wing Sauce!

Dagobaker 09-21-2009 03:56 PM

they are going to be marinated with garlic and poultry seasonings for a few hours and then ill smoke them at 300 for an hour and then ill see where they are
i might sauce have of them with 50% butter 50% red hot and the rest plain

Dagobaker 09-21-2009 04:47 PM

ok some pics right now
 
4 Attachment(s)
here they are
kobassi and super thick bacon and my wings

Dagobaker 09-21-2009 04:48 PM

u think 2 hours at 300?

aquablue22 09-21-2009 04:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Dagobaker (Post 1032393)
u think 2 hours at 300?

I'd smoke them until they are not greasy......2 -2 1/2 hrs

Dagobaker 09-21-2009 05:55 PM

nice
they are about 1.5 hours into it i think
im not sure if ill baste any or not
the bacon looks killer

Dagobaker 09-21-2009 07:47 PM

Update
 
here they are.......
i didnt sauce them.....too lazy lol
they are amazing
great taste.......maybe more seasoning next time
why are wings 60 cents more than boneless breasts?

82muchhomework 09-21-2009 10:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dagobaker (Post 1032521)
here they are.......
i didnt sauce them.....too lazy lol
they are amazing
great taste.......maybe more seasoning next time
why are wings 60 cents more than boneless breasts?

Did you eat the picture too?:eusa_clap

ABQ 09-22-2009 01:17 AM

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Originally Posted by 82muchhomework (Post 1032682)
Did you eat the picture too?:eusa_clap

Must have been as good as the game! I'm dying to know your final cooking times and to see the final pics.

Weren't wings once a throw away item?....like lobster.


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