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Smoked Chicken Wings

5GRILLZNTN

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Those look awesome. This makes me want to vortex some wing dingers this weekend!

Dave
 

pushok2018

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Beautiful wings! I am hungry already... Any chance you can provide some details on how you cooked them?
 

TNJAKE

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Beautiful wings! I am hungry already... Any chance you can provide some details on how you cooked them?
Thanks. Put them in a big ziploc bag with my home made rub. Made sure coated well. Put in fridge. The salt draws out moisture and makes a nice "brine". Let em sit for 3hrs or so. Smoked at 275°. Bumped up the heat at the very end to crisp them up some more.
 

TNJAKE

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Thanks. Put them in a big ziploc bag with my home made rub. Made sure coated well. Put in fridge. The salt draws out moisture and makes a nice "brine". Let em sit for 3hrs or so. Smoked at 275°. Bumped up the heat at the very end to crisp them up some more.
Sorry I gotta get better about giving info lol.
 

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Those look great!! I have been craving some good wings. I’m gonna have to get on that.
 

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So tell s what you got going on there. Looks like a good marinade. am I seeing some dirty bird rub?
 

TNJAKE

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So tell s what you got going on there. Looks like a good marinade. am I seeing some dirty bird rub?
No it's a home made rub I use on ribs and chicken. Its turbinado sugar, kosher salt, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, chipotle,black pepper. The salt in the rub brings the moisture out of the wings and makes the brine or marinade
 
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