Grilled Tasty Hot and Spicy Chicken Wings
Spicy Chicken Wings Recipe. Chicken wings are some of America’s favorite things to eat. The world famous Buffalo wings are available on almost every restaurant menu in the country. I don’t mind ordering them from a restaurant, but I do like to make my own. And I don’t deep-fry the wings like traditionalists, I use my gas grill. The grill gives them an extra bit of flavor and is just as easy to use as the deep fryer.
After my wings are seasoned and grilled to perfection, I top them off with honey, chipotle sauce that will knock your taste buds out of the park. This may seem like a complicated recipe, but that hardest part about making it is figuring out which brand of beer is best to wash the wings down with. Read also: Crispy Honey Garlic Chicken Wings
Grilled Hot Wings:
We’ll have to be a little more particular on this shopping trip. We want specific ingredients to make these wings a big hit. The first things we need are some larger sized chicken wings than what you’re used to ordering from those pizza palaces. Just check around the store, you will find some decent sized wings in there. They’ll cost the same per pound; you just won’t get as many for the buck. Next, we want some garlic and onion powders, some chili powder, a can of chipotle chilies in adobo sauce and some honey.
When you’re ready to cook, let’s knock this hot sauce out first. In a blender, add you are an entire can of chipotles with adobo sauce, about ¼ cup of honey (more if you want more flavor, less heat) some chili powder, some garlic powder, and some salt, about a teaspoon of each. Blend all of that up until smooth, and pour it into a small pot. Heat over medium-low until it’s hot enough to melt a few tablespoons of butter in. That’s it, sauce completed.
We want to season the wings simply but liberally. Season them with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and chili powder on both sides. Let the wings sit for a while on a plate or in a dish, we want them to absorb that seasoning. Next, set that grill on medium heat and make sure your racks are well oiled. Allow the grill to heat for 10 minutes minimum before placing the wings down.
You can close the lid once the wings are down but don’t walk away. These wings will only need 5-7 minutes on each side before turning. Once they’ve been cooked on both sides, drop the heat down to medium-low. Begin brushing your sauce over the wings and let it cook onto them. You can put as little or as much sauce on your wings as you like. Make sure you don’t leave them lay on one side too long. The sugars in the honey will begin to burn and your wings may be ruined. Read: Chicken Wing Recipes
In my opinion, these wings are better than anything you can get from a restaurant. They’re meatier, tastier, spicier, and the best part, homemade. You know exactly where they’re coming from. I do suggest eating them with something to cool your mouth off. Maybe the traditional bleu cheese and celery, but I like some crusty bread and a cold beer with mine.
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