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Smoked Stuffed Wings

post #1 of 15
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Yesterday, I decided to have a little fun with some chicken wings, here's what came of it:

 

 

Two different typed of smoked chicken wings

 

Both had my special house blend of spices

 

Both smoked on some cherry wood

 

The first was stuffed with my home made sour cream and chive sauce (it's good for dipping why not right)

 

The second had my home made sharp cheddar cheese sauce with sauteed sweet onions and jalapenos.

 

Personally, I didn't like the texture of the sour cream after it was cooked, but my designated testers seemed to like them.  I loved the cheese version.  I'll have to come up with some more stuffing mixtures to keep this one going.

post #2 of 15

Tasty looking wings! I've injected but never stuffed. I'll have to give it a try!

post #3 of 15

Okay....curiosity sufficiently piqued.  How did you stuff those wings? Not much room in there ya' know.

post #4 of 15

Such intricate work and great result! Fun to see! Cheers! - Leah

post #5 of 15
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Makes for something interesting.  

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Originally Posted by smokesurfer View Post
 

Okay....curiosity sufficiently piqued.  How did you stuff those wings? Not much room in there ya' know.

The skin of any animal is made to stretch to many times its original size.  ;)

post #6 of 15
Those look tasty! I'll have to be giving this a try.
post #7 of 15

Did you make the cheese sauce before hand and refridgerate it or just shove some cheddar cheese chunks under the skin with sauteed onions and peppers? Sounds like a heck of a good surprise eating wings!

post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by thoseguys26 View Post
 

Did you make the cheese sauce before hand and refridgerate it or just shove some cheddar cheese chunks under the skin with sauteed onions and peppers? Sounds like a heck of a good surprise eating wings!

Made the cheese sauce before hand and added the sauteed peppers and onions to it.  When stuffing the wings, works best if the sauce is room temperature.  Too hot and it will run back out.  Too cold and you will have trouble getting it in.

post #9 of 15

FB013, those are some good looking wings.  What did you use to stuff them?  I wouldn't think a meat injector would work.  I would like to try that. Gread idea to stuff them with cheese.

post #10 of 15

Nice ,13 . I will keep an eye out for more ideas , way to go. Thumbs Up:drool

 

:popcorn

 

Have fun and . . .

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Fished View Post
 

FB013, those are some good looking wings.  What did you use to stuff them?  I wouldn't think a meat injector would work.  I would like to try that. Gread idea to stuff them with cheese.

Meat injector is a little small, the point won't be wide enough to handle the thick cheese sauce or the chives in the sour cream mix.  

 

I used a medical syringe (without the needle) 60cc capacity.  The plastic point is a little over a quarter inch wide so you can get some thickened filling into the wing.  You can slide it under the skin from the base of the wing and work it to the sweet spot to get the goodness in where it will stay.  

 

Oh and if you don't want a real messy smoker, put a drip pan or a sheet of aluminium foil under the wings because trust me, you don't want to have to clean up the cheese after it had time to harden.

post #12 of 15
Nice work...
Now I gotta find a 60cc injector needle?!?! Lol
post #13 of 15

That is wild, I am smoking wings tomorrow for the first time. Thanks it will give me more ways if they like the ones I do.

post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by the1pearson View Post

Nice work...
Now I gotta find a 60cc injector needle?!?! Lol

Just the syringe, not the needle.  People seem to frown when you ask for the needle for some reason.

 

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That is wild, I am smoking wings tomorrow for the first time. Thanks it will give me more ways if they like the ones I do.

Start simple, if you start with the big stuff, one of two things will happen:  You'll either scare people right off the bat, or people will expect things like this on a regular basis.  Either way, I'm not sure if it's a bad thing.

post #15 of 15

Wow those look awesome, will have to give it a try. 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker

 

DS

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