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I usually cook up chicken wings on my Char-Broil Big Easy (using the Wingin’ator 3000), or I deep-fry them. This time I decided to smoke my wings first, then deep fry them just long enough to get a nice crisp on the skin. Then I sauced them up with one of my favorites, Buffalo Wild Wing’s Honey BBQ sauce. For dunkin’, I made a big batch of my favorite ranch wing dipping sauce.
The Honey BBQ sauce has just a little kick to it. A nice kick. And a little sweetness. The smoky wings really worked well with the sauce. Almost like grilled BBQ chicken, but in a convenient hand-held size with an awesome dipping sauce.
I stopped by our local Buffalo Wild Wings and picked up a few sauces so I’d always have my favorites on hand. They’re not only great on wings, but chicken nuggets. Yep, just heat them little chicken bites up and toss them with your favorite sauce and life is good. Real good.
Anita wasn’t a big fan of how the smoked wings looked. Pink meat scares some folk (and her), but that pink isn’t from being undercooked. Nope, that’s just the nature smoke color. That’s why so many BBQ joints have a sign in them telling people to not freak out about pink meat.
The chicken was lightly smoky and really very tender and tasty. Most people expect ‘normal’ flavored wing meat. Try smoking your wings next time and check out the pleasant looks of surprise when your guests bite into them.
Also try my Buffalo Wild Wings Teriyaki wings.
I absolutely love chicken wings, cooked any way, with any sauce (or without). I love them so much that I created a free eCookbook that is full of my favorite wing recipes.
Buffalo Wild Wings Honey BBQ Wings
- Toss wings in sauce and serve with plenty of ranch dipping sauce.
Nutritional values are approximate.