In this video we will show you how to grill CHICKEN WINGS using the ELEVATED COOKING GRATE on the Slow ‘N Sear KAMADO GRILL! You will also get a recipe for the BEST WING DIP you’ve ever tasted! Thank you very much for watching and supporting the channel!
Recipe and Instructions listed below…
For the Dip: (combine ingredients, mix well, cover and refrigerate the night before for best results when serving)
– 1 cup Mayo
– 1/4 cup Sour Cream
– 1/4 cup Buttermilk
– 1 LARGE tablespoon of minced or chopped Garlic
– 1/4 cup chopped Green Onion
– 1/2 cup crumbled Bleu Cheese
– 2 teaspoons chopped Parsley
For the Rub: (combine all and mix well)
– 2 parts Not Just For Beef Rub
– 1 part Rocky’s Rub
– 1 Part Course Salt
– 1/2 part Corn Starch
Remove Wings from packaging and pat them dry. Remove Wing tips by locating the joint and cutting in between (as shown in video). Coat Wings with a thin layer of Olive Oil, then apply Rub to all sides (BE GENEROUS). Install the Elevated Grate (indirect side) in the Kamado and pre-heat by placing 1/2 chimney of unlit coals into the Slow N’ Sear, then 1/2 chimney of lit coals on top of those. Open the top and bottom vents all the way and place your temperature probe on the Elevated Grate to monitor the temperature. This cook will be done at 350-400 degrees Fahrenheit so once your temperature reaches 250-275, begin closing the vents to adjust until you dial in at the desired cooking temperature. Place the wings on the elevated grate and allow to cook until they reach 175 degrees Fahrenheit in the deepest, coolest part. Move the Elevated grate over to the direct side of the Kamado and allow the Wings to crisp over the direct heat for 30-60 seconds per side (WATCH CLOSELY AS TO NOT BURN). Remove wings from the cooker, serve on a platter with Dip, Celery or your choice of sides/garnish. I like to garnish mine with chopped Green Onion and Parsley. NOW ENJOY!!!
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