3-Pepper Smoked Hickory Wing Recipe
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As wing fanatics, we are always looking for new ways to prepare them. Of course you can grill chicken wings, but what if you smoke them and then smother them in delicious sauce?
These 3-pepper smoked hickory wings are an easy grilled chicken wing recipe that whole family will love. Spicy and sweet, they only take a few minutes to prepare and 30 minutes to grill!
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Make irresistible pairings with mesquite, hickory, applewood and cherrywood briquets and sauces on anything you can throw on the grill: chicken, beef, seafood or vegetables!
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- Kingsford® Original Smoked Hickory BBQ Sauce
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Hubby and I delighted in dragging out the charcoal grill for the first time this summer to whip up a batch of 3-pepper smoked hickory wings.
We used a classic charcoal, seeing we really wanted to be able to taste the hickory flavor of the BBQ sauce.
Using a signature rub developed by Pitmaster Chris Lilly of Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q on behalf of Kingsford® Charcoal and Kingsford® Original Smoked Hickory BBQ Sauce, we had a fabulous appetizer (or for me, entree) whipped up in just minutes!
The peppery rub combined with sweet, smoky heat of their Original BBQ sauce was the essence of summer grilling. While 3-pepper smoked hickory wings are the perfect start to any meal, you can also prepare them as an entree.
We paired ours with my favorite Grilled Potatoes, but here are some other options that are sure to please any crowd!
- Grilled Watermelon Steaks
- Bacon Potato Salad
- Grilled Corn, Tomato and Cucumber Salad
- Brussels Sprouts Salad
- Mexican Street Corn
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3-Pepper Smoked Hickory Wings
3-Pepper Dry Rub
- 28 chicken wings both flats and drumettes
- 1 cup Kingsford® Original Smoked Hickory BBQ Sauce
- Stir together the dry rub ingredients in a small bowl. Season the wings, using all of the rub for extra hot wings or half of the rub for spicy wings.
- Build a charcoal fire for indirect cooking using Kingsford® Charcoal by situating the coals on only one side of the grill, leaving the other side void. Preheat the grill to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Place the wings on the grill over indirect heat and close the lid. Cook for approximately 30 minutes or until brown and crispy. Coat wings liberally with Kingsford® Original Smoked Hickory BBQ Sauce and cook an additional 2 minutes, allowing the sauce to caramelize. Remove wings from the grill, and serve with extra sauce.
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