Best Barbecue Wings
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Grill: 20 min.
Awesome recipe! Have done these several times on the grill and they are great every time. I followed recipe exactly and they turn out amazing. MMMMMM makes me hungry for more!!
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These wings were fun to make and tasted amazing...win,win!
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sauce takes a while, but it's really good on chicken breasts
Well I made them, but it was 15 degrees out so I didn't grill:)) I made the sauce and reserved a cup. I poured it on top of my wings in the crockpot. Cooked them till they were done 3 hours or so. Before they started falling off the bone. I took them out draining the liquid and put them on a baking sheet, brushed them w the reserved sauce and baked them on 450 until they got crispy...mmmmm yummy!
I also saw no confusion in the recipe and can't wait to try them for Superbowl.
People the recipe is plain written plainly. I guess I know how to read a recipe. I think they need to do Sauce then list the ingredients then Coating and list the ingredients. Sorry but I wouldn't waist my time cooking chicken wings. Use drumsticks or thighs. I also did not use the whole 1/4 cup of canola oil when I cooked the onion and garlic. You do need the 1/4 cup olive oil for the coating.
The name of this recipe says it all!! These are truly the best! The recipe directions are very easy to follow and understand. I would definitely make these again. I would even just make the barbecue sause and use it for other things as well. My entire family LOVED, LOVED, LOVED these delicious wings and the sauce!!
We apologize for any confusion with this recipe, but it is correct as written. 2/3 of a cup of the barbecue sauce is set aside to be served with the wings as a dipping sauce. The remaining sauce is used for basting during cooking.The olive oil and vinegar mixture really isn't a marinade. It's just used to coat the wings before grilling.Taste of Home Test Kitchen