Kamado Grill BBQ Chicken Wings are moist, tender and delicious when cooked on a Kamado grill. So easy to make and no flare ups either.
Kamado Grill BBQ Chicken Wings
BBQ chicken wings were on the menu yesterday for Memorial Day. Cooking chicken wings on a Kamado grill is so easy and I didn’t have any flare ups either like I usually do on a regular grill. I only had one real mishap while cooking and that is a giant black snake decided to show up, well maybe he wasn’t giant but I freak out with snakes. I am going to go buy some moth balls today and see if that won’t keep him away. My friend went out and got rid of him by chasing him into the front yard. I came in and declared someone else was going to have to finish grilling because I wasn’t going back out there. My friend guarded the grill until we were done.
I also had this guy think he was coming to dinner. He hung out around the grill for more than an hour. I’m told he is a sandhill crane, I need to get a bird book. I don’t know what half of the birds are I see here in Florida. Update: I can’t start the bbq grill now without this guy coming for dinner. Good thing I have a lid to shut it or I think he might help himself.
- 5 lbs. chicken wings
- BBQ seasoning
- seasoning salt
- BBQ sauce
- Season the chicken wings really well. Let set refrigerated up to 4 hours or at least 30 minutes. I season pretty heavy handed as the chicken juices will keep it all from sticking.
- Build the fire on one side of the grill. Start the grill and regulate the temperature to between 200 - 250. Place wings on the side of the grill without the fire. Sprinkle with a little more BBQ seasoning. Close the lid and check the wings in about an hour.
- Turn the wings over, they won't be brown yet, but I did it anyway. Close lid again. Check at about 45 minutes, turn again. Mine had started to brown. Wait about a half hour. Slater with BBQ Sauce. Mine were done at this point so I shut the grill down and let them set another 15 minutes while I got everything else ready.