Infused with garlic, soy sauce, and honey, these barbecue chicken wings are grilled to perfection. You can grill these wings outside because they’re juicy and tasty with crispy skin.
Just a few more days till the Fourth of July, and I’d like to share this recipe for quick BBQ chicken wings with you. It’s hard to go wrong with BBQ wings, especially if they’re grilled.
Consider a plate of expertly grilled wings, the skin crisp and the flesh succulent and tender.
Finger-licking good, these wings are a must-try! Make a lot of food and spend time with your loved ones safe this holiday season.
There are only five (5) ingredients in this recipe:
- Soy sauce
- Homemade dry rub
- Chicken wings, drumettes and wingettes
Cooking chicken wings on an outdoor grill is a snap.
- Wings should be marinated before cooking.
- Make sure the marinade isn’t diluted by patting the chicken wings dry with paper towels.
- Garlic, dry rub, honey, and soy sauce marinate the wings. Then marinate overnight in the fridge after thoroughly mixing everything together.
- Grill the chicken wings for around 20 minutes at 500-600°F on an outdoor grill the next day.
Many individuals burn their BBQ chicken wings, which are supposed to be a dark brown hue.
It’s not just unhealthy to eat the carbon on the charred chicken wings, but the wings are black and overcooked.
This is how I always make the most delicate BBQ chicken wings.
- Begin by preheating an outside grill to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Assemble the chicken wings in a single layer on the top rack, skin side up and away from the heat source.
- The bottom of the wings should be cooked first. The skin on the bottom of the wings is thinner, resulting in less oily drippings. This will keep the wingtips from getting scorched by the bottom-up heat.
- The temperature will rise from 500°F to 600°F if the lid is closed. Before flipping the chicken, cook it on the grill for 5 minutes.
- Ensure that the lid is open to check for doneness. Chicken wings’ size determines the time required to cook your chicken wings on the grill.
Barbecuing vs. Grilling: What’s The Distinction?
- Barbecuing and grilling are two distinct food preparation methods requiring different approaches to the art of cooking.
- Barbecue is a cooking method in which food is cooked over an open flame on a grill while hot air circulates inside. The hot air is dispersed across the surrounding area.
- Grilling is when the food is cooked over an open flame with the lid raised and the heat coming directly from the love.
What if I want to use the entire chicken wing?
- Yes, you can, but I recommend chopping them into drumettes and wingettes since they cook faster.
- You can keep the wingtip by cutting the wingettes into one piece.
What is the average number of calories per serving?
- Each serving of this recipe contains only 510 calories.
With this recipe, what are its complementary dishes?
I’ve compiled a collection of recipes that are both healthy and quick enough to prepare on a weeknight.
- Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Spicy Grilled Fish
- Garlic Butter Mushroom Kebab
- Shrimp Kebab
- 2 tablespoons homemade dry rub
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled and minced
- 2 lbs. (1 kg) chicken wings, midsections, and drumettes
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- Pat the chicken wings dry w/ paper towels after rinsing them in cold water. Set away for a later time.
- In a bowl, mix the marinade ingredients and toss the chicken wings until well-coated. To ensure that the wings are well-coated, combine the seasonings in a bowl.
- Refrigerate overnight, with the lid on the bowl.
- The following day, light up the grill and cook up a storm. On both sides, grill the wings until thoroughly charred and golden brown. Serve right away.