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Unread 01-25-2013, 09:09 PM   #1
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Default Kamado Joe, Big Green Egg or ceramic grill owners. Chicken Wing help

How would you go about cooking chicken wings on a ceramic grill?

I was thinking indirect at 325 for 1-2 hours. Basting in wing sauce the last 15 minutes.

Thoughts?
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Yes, that will work. I usually get mine up to about 190*F before I take them off. This gives the skin time to render and become crisp. Be sure to put a pan under them. They will lose quite a bit of fat.
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Figure pretty close to 1:45 or so.
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I go raised grid direct.....up in the dome with 375-425 dome temp for about 60 to 75 minutes.



One trick with wings is to start them all sitting on the grid same side up. This way ya know what you've turned over during the cook.

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Works fine for me. Cook them at a higher temp 350-375 to help crisps the skin.
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Drop it like it's Hot, bro. Chicken is NOT a BBQ meat. Cook your wings at least at 350F. Less than an hour. Low and slow chicken gives you rubber skin. I deep fry wings in 15 minutes and it is way better than smoking.

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I have made these a few times and they are the best wings I have ever had. They come out crispy and are awesome.

Light coat of olive oil

Coat in Monterey steak seasoning for non sauced wings

All cooking indirect.
Cook 20 min at 250
Increase temp to 375 for 25 minutes (at the 20 min mark open up a few vents)
Flip wings
15 more min at 375

Toss in your favorite sauce, or leave naked with the steak seasoning (my kids love the wings with no sauce and just the steak seasoning, I kinda like em to).

Optional, for a dry buffalo wing (this is where these wings separate themselves from the rest)
Coat in wing sauce
Char on high on gasser for about 2 minutes per side
You will get a crispy, slightly charred buffalo tasting wing.
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Why the big production?

Throw em on the grill for about 30-40 min.

Sauce with Franks

Back on for about 10

190 temp

Or deep fry for about 12-15 min

Wings float when done

Sauce

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I like to toss them with some rub and corn starch before I throw them on the Egg. Cook them at about 400 for 45 minutes or so.
Love, love to glaze them with a mixture of honey, brown sugar, marmalade, sriracha, and peach habanero bbq sauce.
Toss them in the same sauce after I pull them.
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I have an XL BGE and I do my wings direct at about 275° grate level for about an hour for small wings and maybe plus 15-20 minutes for large wings.

Cooked perfectly with cripy skin.

I did these last week: Sesame Ginger Wings with a splash of cilantro and green onion
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I did these last week: Sesame Ginger Wings with a splash of cilantro and green onion
Those are some great looking wings.
Can you post up a recipe for the sauce?
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Those are some great looking wings.
Can you post up a recipe for the sauce?
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For prep I usually just hit them with garlic salt and pepper and then put them on the egg. We have a family of 7 and everyone likes different sauces, so everyone sauces or not to their liking when I pull them off.

For my plate in the picture I did a quick toss in a bowl and then added some more greens for the garnish after I plated.

Sesame Ginger:
1/2 cup Ponzu
1/2 cup Rice wine vinegar
3 Cloves minced garlic
1/2 cup Ginger jam
2 tsp Sesame oil
2 tsp Sesame seeds
1/2 cup Cilantro
1/2 cup Green onions

If you don't have ponzu you can substitute soy sauce and lime, and if you don't have ginger jam you can substitute with fresh ginger and honey.

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I go raised grid direct.....up in the dome with 375-425 dome temp for about 60 to 75 minutes.



One trick with wings is to start them all sitting on the grid same side up. This way ya know what you've turned over during the cook.

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Why the big production?

Throw em on the grill for about 30-40 min.

Sauce with Franks

Back on for about 10

190 temp

Or deep fry for about 12-15 min

Wings float when done

Sauce

I better not even start talking about my wing process, it might make your head explode
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