Chicken Wings

Discussion in 'Grilling Tips' started by goat4444, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. goat4444

    goat4444 Fire Starter

    i smoked chicken wing till they where done tasted good and juicy than i put bbq sauce on em and threw em on the grill just for like 10 min to cook the bbq sauce on well it dryed em out a lil is there a way i can add bbq sauce on the smoker well i now i can but can i add it the last 10 min or last hour or when?
  2. whirlybirds

    whirlybirds Newbie

    I like to fry my wings for 3-4 minutes after I smoke them. when you fry the wings, it gives it the “crispiness” a wing must have. If your not willing to fry them, best advice I can give you is microwave your sauce instead of grilling the wings with the sauce.
  3. jmantbbq

    jmantbbq Newbie

    The way your doing it is fine, just grill them indirect. The smoker will leave them rubbery unless you smoke em hot.

  4. ellymae

    ellymae Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I like to do my wings either raised direct, or indirect but I run my cooker a little hotter. If you do that, put your sauce on in the last 1/2 hour or so. What kind of sauce are you using? I made some wings Sunday that didn't need any - I just gave them a little dusting of rub and let them rip...
    I was running out of fuel so I did crisp them up on the gasser, bit none of them were dry -

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