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Unread 04-10-2011, 09:18 PM   #1
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at 250° on the top rack of a 22.5" WSM? They've been on for an hour now...

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We normally smoke then for 1 hour(we cook at 225) and then flip them for another hour. Flip once more to sauce and once it sets your good.
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Thanks, I'm going with that.

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Try marinating them in a spicy vinegar sauce first if your making spicy wings. I started doing this and OH man... love it.
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Finish them off with some high heat (350+) to render down and crisp the skin
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The best wings I ever did were on my UDS. I coated them with olive oil and creole seasoning, then let them go on the top rack with no diffuser at a 225 lid temp for about three hours. They were not overcooked and the skin was nice and crispy. For whatever reason when I cook them this way the skin stays crispy even after saucing them.
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