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Smoking chicken Wings

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I have a Big Chief electric smoker (first one) have been smoking cheeses for about a year with great success. I want to make the jump to meats. I want to smoke chicken wings. My smoker only gets up to 150 degrees Farenheit. Any advice on how to still get that smoky taste while getting them fully cooked? I was thinking maybe bake at 350 for a bit..any ideas thanks !
Edited by giordanom2 - 10/17/15 at 9:43am
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Or even grill them before or after smoking. Any hep appreciated ! Thanks
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Smoke them for a hour or two then finish in your oven or on the grill.
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Smoke them for a hour or two then finish in your oven or on the grill.

Thanks ! I actually smoked them for the last 3 hours now in the oven hope they turn out well!
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They will be fine , you'll be looking for more recipies for them .

A Wing done on the smoker ( one that can get hotter than your Chief ) , then finished over hot coals for crispiness , is hard to beat ! drool.gif

Have fun and . . .
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