Yard Bird wings are always my go-to way of cooking wings on the Char-Broil Big Easy. And believe me, I cook (and yes, eat) a lot of chicken wings. You can’t find an easier way to make a tasty quick lunch or appetizer. Wings are like a canvas. You can paint them with whatever flavors you want, from easy bottled to fru-fru homemade.
Keep in mind that you aren’t deep-frying wings. They don’t have a batter, and you’ll use very, very little oil. What you do get are just a tad crunchy, perfectly cooked, moist, tasty wings that you will not be able to stop eating. Yard Bird wings on the Char-Broil Big Easy are the way to go. They cook the same amount of time, every time with no fuss and no mess.
Oh, that reminds me. If you are using a refrigerated wing sauce, set it out on the counter when you start cooking the wings. You want the sauce to come to room temperature (or close to it) first. You do not want to douse hot wings with a cold sauce.
Yard Bird Wings on the Char-Broil Big Easy
- Place the wings in a bowl. Add just a splash of oil and toss to coat.
- Sprinkle the wings with seasoning and toss to coat. Let rest 30 minutes.
- Fire up your Big Easy. Once it's hot, add the wings to the Big Easy. Cook for 30-40 minutes or until done.
- Remove and toss with your favorite sauce.
Nutritional values are approximate.