Three Little Pig’s BBQ Rubs Memphis Dry Chicken Wings

BBQ Chicken wings are a great appetizer or entree for any meal or event, and  smoked chicken wings are simple to cook in the smoker.

There’s nothing worse than overdone, rubbery, or underseasoned wings at a party. That’s why Traeger’s grillmasters have created the ultimate guide full of expert advice for grilling chicken wings. Their tips include which type of wings to buy, the secret ingredient to perfectly crispy wings, how hot and how long to grill for, tips for picking a crowd-pleasing sauce, and more!

INGREDIENTS:

  • 5lbs of Separated chicken wings (Flappers,Drummets)
  • Three Little Pig’s Memphis BBQ Rub
  • Olive Oil

INGREDIENT: for Brine

PREPARATION:

  1. Mix the brine in large bowl or bucket until dissolved. Add chicken wings, to brine, pressing to submerge. Cover and refrigerate for 2 Hours.
  2. Mix wings in Olive Oil in a large bowl by rolling to get good coverage.
  3. Toss wings in the bowl while applying Three Little Pig’s Memphis rub.
  4. Prepare Smoker with All Natural Lump Charcoaland set smoking temp to 275 degrees for the wings.
  5. Add the wings to the smoker and lightly re-dust the wings with the Memphis rub.
  6. Add your choice of flavor wood (Pecan) to the smoker, cook until wings start to crisp to touch (160 degrees) usually 1 to 1 ½ hours.
  7. Wings are best off the smoker hot or add dipping sauces to your liking.

                        Tip On How To Make Crispy Chicken Wings.

There’s nothing worse than overdone, rubbery, or underseasoned wings at a party. That’s why Traeger’s grillmasters have created the ultimate guide full of expert advice for grilling chicken wings. Their tips include which type of wings to buy, the secret ingredient to perfectly crispy wings, how hot and how long to grill for, tips for picking a crowd-pleasing sauce, and more!

Chris Marks  CBBQE (Chief BBQ Expert) Three Little Pig’s Rubs & Sauces and Good-One Smoker/Grills

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2 Responses to Three Little Pig’s BBQ Rubs Memphis Dry Chicken Wings

  1. Freddy Wright says:

    I just got a new smoker and looking for new ways to cook wings ,ribs and buts.

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