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Barbeque Wings For Any Party or Get-Together

Barbeque Wings are a quick and easy food that just about everyone loves. Called Buffalo Wings by some, chicken wings make great party snacks or appetizers while watching a game, having a cookout, tailgate party, or just drinking a few beers with friends.

Here's a couple of recipes for barbeque wings that will surely be a big hit for any occasion. In true Texas Barbeque tradition, both chicken wing recipes are cooked on the bbq pit or grill.

This first wing recipe is great because it gives you so many options to have your wings. You can go as spicy hot or not as you like, and you can have your wings wet or dry, depending on your taste.

Spicy Grilled BBQ Wings

3 pounds chicken wings, separated at joints, tips discarded
1 cup Louisiana-style hot sauce
1 12-oz. can Coke
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper, or to taste
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper, or to taste


Preheat a grill to medium heat. In a large pot, mix together the last four ingredients. Add the wings to this sauce. Place the pot on the grill burner until simmering, if using a gas grill. If not, cook on your stovetop inside.

Use tongs to take the wings from the sauce. Place them on the grill for about 10 minutes. Then return to the sauce to simmer. Keep repeating this for about 50 minutes. The sauce will thicken nicely. When the chicken is tender and pulls easily off of the bone, you can serve your wings either of two ways. You can dip one last time and serve for wet and sloppy wings, or serve them right off the grill for dryer wings. Either way, they'll be a party favorite.

This BBQ chicken wings recipe is interesting because it's one of the few breaded wing recipes that is cooked on the grill. But don't be fooled. This wing recipe works great and is delicious.

Breaded and Grilled Barbeque Wings

15-20 Chicken Wings, with tips removed, and separated into two parts each

INGREDIENTS for Breading:
1/2 cup corn meal
1/2 cup flour
2 tablespoons your favorite seasoned salt or bbq rub
2 teaspoons salt

1 egg
1 1/2 cup milk

Mix all Breading ingredients in one bowl and Egg Wash ingredients in another. Dip each wing part in egg wash mixture, then coat in breading mixture. Place each wing part in a pan, cover and refrigerate for about an hour. In the meantime, prepare grill or bbq pit to low heat.

After the hour, take chicken wings out of the fridge. Spray grill surface with cooking spray and place wings about 10" above grill fire. Cover and cook for about 30 minutes. Flip over chicken pieces and cook another 20 minutes. When wings are a nice golden brown color, carefully remove from grill. Serve with ranch or blue cheese dressing for dipping.

Give these recipes a try. I think you'll notice that both kinds of barbeque wings are delicious and different.

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