Whether your having friends over
or just having a family cook,
this recipe will provide great
flavor and good eats. Best of
all there is little preparation.
this is an easy smoke that
produces great results.
by rinsing 5 lbs. of chicken
party wings. These are the wings
that have already been divided.
They can be found in the meat
department at your local grocer.
After rinsing, pat dry with
Lay the party wings out on
two cookie sheets. Place the
drum pieces on one cookie sheet
and the wing tip section on the
other. This will make it easier
to transfer them to smoking
trays so they can be moved
around in the cooking chamber
later in the process.
Melt 3/4 of a stick of real
butter. Mop the wings with the
butter. Once one side is mopped
shake on a light dusting of
garlic powder. Now shake on a
fair amount of Louisiana Grills
Caribbean Key lime Rub. Follow
this with a light coating of
McCormick's Vegetable Seasoning.
Once seasoned, sprinkle on a
little brown sugar. Flip the
wing parts and season and sugar
the them just as you did the
Transfer the wings to smoking
trays or grates. Let the party
wings sit for about 20 minutes.
Next place them in a pre-heated
smoker @ 230 degrees. Place the
thicker parts at the hotter end
of your cooker. Traeger owners,
set your Traeger on to smoke for
1 hour then move the dial to
225. Yoder YS series owners 180
for 1 hour. The lower temp on
pellet cookers helps produce
more smoke flavor.
1/2 way through the cooking
process flip the wing parts over. Mop the top side with
Tiger Sauce. Cook one hour then
turn the chicken and mop with
When the party wings reach
160 degrees mop them with Tiger
sauce one more time. Increase
cooker temp to 250 degrees and continue to
smoke the them until the
internal temperature reaches 175
degrees. Once at temperature,
pull the party wings and serve
These wings have a slight
sweet & spicy flavor with just
the right amount of smoke on
them. I have to say this is my
all time favorite way to cook
wing! Hope you enjoy this
This recipe was smoked on A
Yoder YS640 Pellet fired smoker.