Hot Wings Recipe
This hot wings recipe looks like it packs a punch! The wing sauce truly takes these wings over the top. Thanks for your submission, Jeff!
- 10 lbs. chicken wings
- 1 bottle franks hot sauce
- 1 bottle zesty Italian dressing
- 1 cup Worcestershire sauce
- 1 cup kikkoman teriyaki marinade
- 1/2 cup soy sauce.all purpose seasoning (salt, pepper, garlic powder)
- Killer hogs dry rub
Mix together hot sauce, Italian dressing, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce in 2 1/2 gal ziplock bag, add wings, marinate overnight.
Heat grill to 250.
Put wings on sprayed Bradley racks, sprinkle both sides of wings with AP rub, repeat process with killer hogs rub, smoke for 1 hour, turn wings over and smoke for another 30 to 45 Min.
Make sure internal temp is 165 degrees or more.
Swap Ingredients in Your Hot Wings Recipe
This hot wings recipe is hearty and comes out steaming, so be warned. Your family might not be able to wait to help themselves. Maybe you’re a pitmaster visionary, or perhaps you have a bit of renegade in you. Whatever your reasons, you’ll probably want to experiment with other ways to make this hot wings recipe mouth-wateringly delicious.
To mix up our grilled hot wings recipe, try:
- Testing various wood pellet flavors: Grilla Grills offers a variety of competition-grade hardwood smoke pellets such as cherry, apple, hickory, mesquite, pecan and competition blend OHC (oak, hickory and cherry). Each wood pellet elicits new undertones in foods, especially in meals smoked over an hour like these grilled hot wings. You can rest assured any of these flavors are sure to keep the whole family coming back for more.
- Trying out different seasonings: Your dry rub options are endless when it comes to perfecting a hot wings recipe. If you’re into trying something completely different, you can’t go wrong with a lemon pepper marinade. Experiment with lemon zest, olive oil, salt, white wine vinegar and cracked pepper.
- Testing other sauces: We’re not going to lie. Our hot sauce, zesty Italian dressing, Worcestershire sauce and teriyaki marinade make a killer combination on hot wings. If you’re feeling adventurous, try saucing and crusting your wings in different ways. Sriracha with butter, lime zest and cilantro makes a superb stash of savory grilled wings. If you’re in the mood for something sweeter, add canned chipotle in adobo sauce and some maple syrup to a traditional red hot sauce.
Finger Lickin’ Side Dishes for Hot Wings on the Grill
Wings are versatile and make an excellent lunch, snack or dinner. Although you’re sure to be blown away with this hot wings recipe, there’s a host of side dishes that will transform your wings into a nutritious dinner.
Some of our favorite accomplices to our hearty and delicious hot wings include potato skins, nachos, french fries, baked macaroni, pasta or potato salad and garlic roasted baby potatoes. If you want to get a little fancier, serve our grilled hot wings with:
- Buffalo stuffed sweet potatoes
- Cauliflower ‘potato’ salad
- Light and tangy coleslaw
- Pimento cheese stuffed shishito peppers
- Slow-cooker garlic herb mashed cauliflower
- Baked beans
- Buttermilk skillet cornbread with tomatoes and green onions
- Onion rings
- Grilled corn with spicy aioli
- Quick guacamole quinoa salad
- Avocado fries
- Kale salad with persimmons, crispy chickpeas and fried shallots
- Sugar snap pea salad with chèvre ranch
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