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Unread 06-16-2010, 05:20 AM   #1
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Default Brothers need wing help

I've been trying everything to make some decent wings. I don't mean buffalo wings cause most anyone can do them. I tryed everything to come up with something different and still not happy. Got any ideas for a brother? Thanks for any help.
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Unread 06-16-2010, 06:04 AM   #2
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Look... to be honest what the fark is a decent wing? Really.

How do you wanna do them. What spices do you like... What spices do you not like...

Do you like to brine, or not to brine. Do you cut them into the smaller parts and chuck the tip, or do you cook whole. What BBQ do you have.. are you wishing to grill, or slow BBQ indirect with smoke and fragrant wood...

So.. what have you been trying to make decent chicken wings with bro.

Glad to assist when you know what your askin for..

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Smoked Chicken Wings (also works good on Turkey Wings!)

Cut wings into separate pieces throwing away the tip.

Rub evenly with your favorite rub recipe for chicken, I like Simply Marvelous Sweet and Spicy.


Marinate in the refrigerator in a zip lock bag for 24 hours


Smoke on you smoker using the in-direct method, around 225 to 250 for 2 to 2 1/2 hours, or until done to your liking..


Take them off the grill and put them in a bowl and coat with any kind of sauce you like, bar b que sauce, wing sauce, honey, whatever and then seal the bowl and let them rest and absorb the flavor for about 1/2 hour.


These are my go to for taking to parties, always the first thing to be gone!


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I had good luck with the directions on Dizzy pigs site. Breaded on the grill.
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Unread 06-16-2010, 08:02 AM   #5
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I do almost exactly what aquablue22 does with their wings and they are always awesome. I toss them on the grill after smoking to crisp up the skin a bit tho.
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I'll often marinade them in teriyaki or soy sauce overnight, then sprinkle on some rub and do the 220 for a few hours cook. Depending on the sauce, I may sauce and rest or sauce and grill onthe gasser to finish.
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Aquablue + Zinner and they will fly out of the bowl at the party! (Fly....wings....get it!? Bwhaha...sorry, couldnt resist)

I did some a couple of weeks ago marinated in Buffalo Wild Wings Carribean Jerk sauce, they were awesome.
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What is wrong with said wings? Taste or texture? How are you preparing your wings? IMO, I use Yardbird on the wings and cook them indirect with what ever I have on hand for wood. I do cook them on my Weber.
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Probably gonna make some wings tonight...sometimes I marinate them overnight but in this case I'm just gonna coat them with a thin layer of olive oil and some dry rub.
Don't know what rub I'm gonna use (probably Dizzy Pigsz) but all the rubs will just do Phine.
Gonna smoke them in the UDS at 225 for a short while and then crank it up to 350 somewhere.
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You could wrap them in bacon, I just had some like this at a local BBQ place (Phat Matt's in Oakland) and they are good. Of course, since they are wrapped in bacon and smoked, they have to be good.
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You could wrap them in bacon, I just had some like this at a local BBQ place (Phat Matt's in Oakland) and they are good. Of course, since they are wrapped in bacon and smoked, they have to be good.
I second the slow smoked bacon-wrapped wings. I'm dreaming of those for lunch. They had the skin-off didn't they landarc?
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landarc now we're talking. I guess I'm looking for something really different. I love buffalo wings but thats not what I'm looking for. To tell the truth I don't now what flavor profile I'm looking for I'm just up for something different like landarc posted. I've done brined with bbq sauce,evoo with Todds Dirt (very good) and a hot duck sauce but not quite what I want. Sorry it's hard to explain but keep throwing out recipes and I'll keep trying them. Thanks all for your posts.
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If you want to do something different and want to incorporate bacon, try these:
Bacon & Bleu Inside-out Buffalo Wings
First, I took some wings and Frenched the flapper section, turnign the meat and skin inside out on the end of the larger of the two bones creating a "pocket" of meat like a "meat pop".


Then stuffed the cavity with a mixture of bacon crumbles, Bleu Cheese crumbles and my home-made chipotle Buffalo sauce.


Threw them on the smoker for about an hour and a half along with a spatchcocked chicken and the drummies.


Once they were done, I dipped them in additional Buffalo sauce et voila.

Neither my plating nor photography skills do them justice, but they were INCREDIBLE. And not as hard to make as it might seem. Once you do the first couple, you really get the feel for how to French them and it goes pretty quickly. Each wing holds about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the stuffing mix.
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Dang it's getting better and better. Keep em coming this is what I mean. Yes I knew the brothers would come through for me. Thanks but don't stop.
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I second the slow smoked bacon-wrapped wings. I'm dreaming of those for lunch. They had the skin-off didn't they landarc?
To be honest, I do not know, I did not stop long enough to notice.
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