Scarbelly Wings (Buffalo Style)

Discussion in 'Poultry' started by s2k9k, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    This is something you can find in the grocery store.

    http://www.cajuninjector.com/cajun-injector-marinades.html

     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2012
  2. OK . Cool. Thanks for the info. I will be trying this out for sure. They look great.
     
  3. sprky

    sprky Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    [​IMG]Nice looking wings, now in hungry for hot wings. I am going to try this sounds like a GREAT idea.
     
  4. Found the creole butter at Kroger today and it came with an injector. Going to try the wings pretty soon. I'll let you know how they turned out.
     
  5. Im gonna try this.  When you said 1:2 ratio,  is it 1 creole butter, 2 hot sauce?
     
  6. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    Yes it is, but you can really do whatever you want. I use creole butter just to add a little more moister but you could go straight hot sauce, it's really just up to your taste, no hard fast rules here, play around and find what works for you.
     
  7. russg

    russg Fire Starter

    Tried it and everyone loved it.  Have done it twice now.

    I use AMNS w/hickory, Montreal Chicken Seasoning(outside) and Franks wing sauce(injection).

    Best smoked wing recipe ever, in my opinion anyway.
     
  8. Made a batch of these the other night and they were good but a little too salty for my taste (the Tony Chacheres has a ton of salt in it) Next time I will mix my own creole spice and leave out some of the salt. They had a good smoky flavor and the wing sauce/creole butter injection tasted great. Not bad for a first try. I'll certainly make these again.
     
  9. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    That's the beauty of this, it's not a set recipe, it's just about injecting the flavors you want inside the chicken, you can do what ever matches your taste. I'm glad you tried it and hope you will tweak it to your liking. That's what I love about cooking, making it the way you like it! Everybody is different and we all have different tastes!
     
  10. roadkill cafe

    roadkill cafe Smoking Fanatic

    These look way too good not to try. Hopefully wings will be on sale this week. Mom already volunteered to be a taste tester.
     
  11. roadkill cafe

    roadkill cafe Smoking Fanatic

    Found wings on sale for $1.99/lb. and made these this past Monday and they were AWESOME!!! Only thing I did different was using Zatarain's Creole Seasoning (a bit less sodium) and tossed them on the grill for a minute to crisp the skin a little bit more. This will be my new standard. Thanks for the recipe!!!
     
  12. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    Thank You! I started doing the hot grill thing too and think they come out a little better/crispier. The beauty of the recipe is it's not really a recipe, you can use whatever seasoning and sauces you like, whatever tastes good to you. 
     
  13. roadkill cafe

    roadkill cafe Smoking Fanatic

    Yeah, next time I'm going to inject a few with the same brand (Chef Williams Cajun Injector) Teriyaki Honey and some with the Lemon Butter. The rest with get the standard treatment.
     
  14. blastrk

    blastrk Newbie

    I will def. be trying this soon !....thanks
     
  15. Another recipe and piece of meat saved to try out, now I have a reason to inject something :)
     
  16. Tried this recipe last night, fantastic!  Thanks for the great ideas!
     
  17. look real good frank`s hot wing sause is good on wing`s
     
  18. blastrk

    blastrk Newbie

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    Decided to inject and smoke some wings today...turned out great!

     top rack is just Sweet Baby Rays ( for my 5 yr old)

    middle is Sweet baby Rays & Creole butter sprinkled with no salt Ms dash chicken seasoning

    bottom rack is Franks red hot , Creole butter and Ms Dash....

     Set on 250 for 2 hours with some hickory
     
  19. s2k9k

    s2k9k AMNPS Test Group

    So I tried something a little different. I have made Bacon Wrapped Turkey Bites a few times where I brined the Turkey with Cure#1 and I just love the way the Turkey comes out, so I started some wings yesterday and wasn't sure if I was going to smoke them then since my Sister made a lasagna for my Father and I. So while I was getting things ready it hit me, what would these be like if they sat in a cure for a day. I made up my usual injection of hot sauce and creole butter but I added a light 1/2 teaspoon of Cure#1, I dissolved it good in a few oz's of water then mixed everything really good. I injected the wings then put them in a ziplock and into the fridge for a day. I smoked them this afternoon with Todd's Pitmaster's Choice and I have to say they are the best I've done so far. The cure changed the texture of the meat just a little, but I love what Cure#1 does to the texture of poultry, it gives it kind of a ham texture. This might not be for everyone but if you like cured poultry you should give it a try, I know I will be doing it again! Sorry no pics but they really didn't look any different.
     
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2012
  20. italiansmoker

    italiansmoker Newbie

    NJ
    We can't wait to try these for the holiday 4th of july.. We love wings ..!!! Thanks  so much.
     

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