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Smoked Chicken Wings

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I had a package of whole wings in the back of the freezer and decided to go ahead and try to smoke them. I separated the wings and thighs and did a real quick rub. I smoked them for about 3 hours, turning them once about half way through. When they came off the smoker I tossed them in a hot sauce and butter combo. They tasted really good and the smokey flavor was very different from your typical buffalo wing. Do you guys have any tips or sauce/rub recipes to make my next batch even better? I was thinking about smoking and then frying them real quick for a few minutes after to get a nice crispy skin. Does anyone have experience with that?



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What kind of smoker do you have? If you can get the temp up to 300-325 the wings will get crispy. If not you can put them on a gas  grill on high for a couple of minutes on each side just before they are done on the smoker. Or you can deep fry them after an hour or so in the smoker.

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What Al said...Works everytime...JJ

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I did 20 lbs of smo / fry wings this am.

 Brined for 3 hours last night, Bagged up and in the fridge overnight. Smoked for 3 hrs @235 in MES 40 using AMNS and apple dust (lit both ends)

  Straight from the smoker to a dusting of seasoned corn starch. Into the fryer @ 380 - 400 for 3-4 min to crisp the skin.

  tossed in a souped up honey bbq sauce right before serving.

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Now both of theses wings sound good about now. I'm hungery. Maybe Vaders for the heat and Emans for the flavor. I do love me some wingsand I haven't had any in quite sometime either.

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