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Discussion in 'Poultry' started by foozer, Apr 13, 2008.
Approximately how long will it take to smoke some hot wings at 230 degrees?
Here we go again.......DUDE!!! LOLOL
Try a higher temp for some crispness and probably an hour.
Can't go higher. Got ribs and beans on there. Just trying to get an idea when to put the wings on. I will finish in the oven for the crisp skin.
Let me know what ya did.. and a q-view would be nice.
I LOVE chicken wings.
Time! ! ! ! ! Time! ! ! ! ! ! !
all kidding aside.......there some things that you just can't cook to temp
time IS a issue then........like abts........wings.........ribs..........garlic.... ........and cold smoking.........
is this a FULL wing? with tips?
cause they will burn quicker, unwrapped........
Don't worry about the temp so much if your going to blast them to crisp anyway, just get the smoke to em for a couple of hours, but, if your worried about safety, you could probe the biggest one with your instant read.
I marinate them in Itilian dressing, leave them in some marinad and then smoke in the broiler pan. After smoked, drop them in a deep fryer to crisp, coat with sauce by shaking them in a closed container.
I like the sound of that. Smoked then Fried. Yum!
We smoke them around 1 1/2 hours, then on the grill to finish them to a crispy skin.
Wings and Legs
Those look delicious. I might have to give that a try. What did you use for marinade, rub, or sauce?
At 230, Flash is right on, 1 1/2 hours should be just right before your crisp em---whether your use the grill, oven or deep fryer after smoking
Don't forget, you can smoke one day, then crisp the next;-)