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Wings w/ Bleu Cheese Dip | Smoked Wings | How to make Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dip

In this video we will show you how to make the best smoked or grilled Wings! You’ll learn how to cut Wings, how to make a DELICIOUS BLEU CHEESE DIP with our El Yucateco Caribbean Sauce and how to make a delicious homemade Wing Rub! ENJOY! Please be sure to Like this video, Subscribe to our channel for more content and leave us a comment. We love hearing from you!

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Ingredients Needed for Wings (I made 10-12 Drums and Flats)
– Chicken Wings (as many as you’d like)

For Homemade Rub: (enough for what I made, adjust accordingly)
– 2 teaspoons of salt
– 2 teaspoons of black pepper
– 3 teaspoons of paprika (or you can use smoked paprika like I mentioned)
– 2 teaspoons of chili powder
– 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
– 1.5 teaspoons of brown sugar
– 1 teaspoon of corn starch

For Bleu Cheese Dip Sauce: (these amounts make plenty and trust me you’ll be using it everywhere)
– 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
– 2 teaspoons of El Yucateco Caribbean

Always wash your hands before prepping any food recipe.

Combine all ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Place into a covered container in fridge for at least a few hours before use to allow flavors to combine.

Combine all rub ingredients into a dish and mix together well with a whisk until all clumps are gone and ingredients are well combined. You can place this in a shaker or just apply by hand like I did in the video.

Prepare your wings by cutting them as shown in the video, covering entire exterior with homemade rub and allowing them to sit while your cooker pre-heats (20-25 min) to 350-400 degrees Fahrenheit. Place these on your cooker and allow them to cook. Move or turn if necessary for even cooking. Once all wings have reached a minimum of 175-180 degrees Fahrenheit internal temperature in the deepest, coolest part of the meat, they are ready! Pull them off the heat, plate them up and allow to rest for 5 minutes. Now get that dip and enjoy your wings!

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hey everybody welcome back to the Lukatako YouTube channel my name is Mikeand today I’m gonna show you how to dowings from start to finish including adelicious dip and it’s coming up rightnow[Music]once again thank you for coming back tothe channel if this is your first timehere please consider subscribing byhitting that button down there and clickthe bell to get notifications anytime werelease new content if you like thisvideo please give us that thumbs up andshare this on your social media if it’sa recipe that you like so that yourfriends can try it toonow without any further ado let’s getinto this recipe so we’re gonna be doingwings today from start to finish I’mgonna show you how to cut the wings I’mgoing to show you a homemade rub that’sgonna go absolutely beautiful on themand we’re gonna be making a beautifuldip to go with it now as always I’llhave all the details for this recipedown in the description from start tofinish so if you missed anything justcheck down there all the informationwill be there for you so let’s getstarted with that dip that’s gonna bestep 1 the dip is gonna start with somemayonnaise to that we’ll be adding somesour cream buttermilk blue cheesecrumbles garlic an ounce of parsley andsome green onion for a little bit ofcrunch now we just need to get thismixed together now that we have that allmixed together we’re gonna be adding insome oh you could Tekel Carribean now Itested this recipe and I’m gonna tellyou what this is spot-onyou’re absolutely gonna love this nowwe’ll stir this all together again andthat’s absolutely perfectso now we’re just gonna get this in thefridge to chill let’s get on to that rubnow most of you know I like to keep myrubs as simple as I can want this to beas easy as possible for people to do andto be honest rubs don’t need to beoverly complicated I did add a couple ofthings to this recipe that’s going tohelp get us the exterior on those wingsthat we’re looking for for that perfectbite then I’m going to go through theseingredients with you one by one firstingredient is salt black pepper garlicpowder paprika and if you’re gonna smokethese like I’m gonna be doing today on asmoker type grill then you can go theregularRikka if you’re gonna do these on a gasgrill and you want a little bit of smokyflavor sub this out for some smokedpaprika it’s gonna help give you thatlittle bit of smoky flavor that youmight be looking for that you won’treally get on a gas grill get some brownsugar chili powder and a little bit ofcorn starch so it’s the corn starch andthe brown sugar obviously that’s gonnahelp us develop a little bit betterexterior on the wings now let’s justwhisk this together okay that’s all setnow you can either get this into ashaker or you can just put it on by handthat’s what I’m gonna be doing today usewhatever method you prefer next is goingto be to cut those wings and get thoseprepped so to cut the wings we’re gonnastart by removing the tips now we’re notgoing to be using the tips today but Iwill freeze these the next time I makestock or soup even I’m gonna use thesethere so we don’t want to have any wastewe’re pretty much just going to use theflat in the drum today so the tips we’regonna set aside so once the wing tip isoff you’re just gonna basically followdown through here to separate the flatand the drum and if you just followalong that joint you’ll see that thesewill come right apart so it’s verysimple to do I’m gonna get the rest ofthese done and I’ll bring you back whenit’s time to season them up we have ourflats and our drum separated now whichis time to get some of our homemade rubon these make sure to cover all sidesit’s gonna give you a great flavor andgreat color so these wings are ready forthe cooker we’re gonna go outside andpreheat that and just let these kind ofhang out here and sweat and absorb someof this homemade rub now we’re gonnacook these today at about 350 to 400degrees anywhere in there is fine I’llbe running right in the middle at about375 so running at those temperatures isgonna help give us that exterior thatwe’re looking for and it’s gonna getthese done pretty quickly now alwaysremember when you’re cooking wings youwant to cook these to an internaltemperature of about 175 280 degreesFahrenheit that’s when they’re safethey’re still gonna be super juicy onthe inside once these are done we’llpull them from the cooker we’ll get intothat dip and do a taste testI’ll see outside[Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music][Applause]we are back inside these are completelydone they took about 25 minutes 25 to 30minutes is pretty normal at thattemperature but you know all cooks canvary so just keep that in mind wheneveryou’re cooking always go by temperaturenot time so there’s nothing left to dobut to grab one of these get into thisdip and give it a try this is going tobe goodcheers to you all out there those wingsare juicy and delicious the cornstarchand everything in that rub did its jobon the outside to give us that beautifulexterior this dip is incredible you getthe blue cheese the garlic and that LYucatec Oh Caribbean just comes rightthrough at the end and gives you thatnice kick but it’s moved out by thebuttermilk the sour cream of themayonnaise this recipe is an absolutemust try in your kitchen so that’s itfor this episodetake care til next time I’ll see on thenext video[Music][Applause]

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