Posted by: healingthroughlove | August 20, 2007

Theron’s BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings

Theron’s BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings
This recipe comes from my cousin Theron, who has managed restaurants and created some awesome recipes! Enjoy!

Serves 30-40 wings


1 5lb bag of frozen wingettes (Tyson sold at Walmart)

3 Garlic Cloves Minced

1 Bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce (Honey, Spicy, Hickory or Original)

6oz of Werschestshire sauce (Almost half of a bottle)

6oz of Italian Dressing

1 Bottle of Hot Wing Sauce (It’s not spicy, it just adds flavor)

2 tbsp of Weber Grill seasoning (or use your favorite seasoning)

2 tbsp of Lawry’s season salt


If you really want to spice them up . . .

4 tbsp of Cayenne pepper

2 tbsp of Crushed red pepper


First, thaw out the frozen chicken wingettes. Once thawed, place them in a very large pea bowl (very big bowl). Next add all of your ingredients over the top of the thawed chicken. Next, get messy and stir the chicken with the seasonings and sauces. Make sure all of the chicken is covered by sauce and seasoning. After everything is mixed together, place large bowl into fridge to marinate overnight. This is important, the sauce and seasoning will need 24 hours to soak into the chicken for flavor.

The next day, take out chicken and stir sauce with chicken. Preheat your grill or oven. These will taste much better on the grill. For the grill, keep temperature at a med-hi setting. If using the oven, preheat at 425 degrees. Cook in the oven for approximately 20 minutes or until crispy. On the grill, cook them and rotate them for about the same time (20 minutes). Chicken wings are now ready to serve.


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