take my word for wednesday it's wing wednesday!! bbq'd grilled chicken wings


i might have mentioned before i love wings.. it's actually an obsession.. for years every friday night we would meet tina and lo at buffalo wild wings aka bww aka b-dub, etc.  for an order of wings and a beer or two or oh hell alotta beer while we still do that occasionally we do now venture out to other restaurants.. but i still have my obsession with wings and i love to make them!! in fact i made them twice this past weekend.. once for dinner friday night and once for lunch the next day!! 2 different ways.. the wings i made friday night are my go to recipe.. very simple.. no frills.. in fact i think the recipe i posted is like the 2nd recipe i ever posted on my site.. pizza and wings.. i don't change the recipe up very often.. only changing the sauce for the wings..but saturday i was feeling adventurous.. maybe a little dangerous.. i thought ohh what if i baked them for about a 1/2 hour.. then finished them off on the grill with bbq sauce and made them sticky and sweet and a little charred.. {and yes these type conversations go on in my head daily.. he he } the results were amazing.. shell could not get over how good they were.. and she usually doesn't like my wings... she and her dad fought over who got to eat the left overs..

bbq grilled chicken wings:

a bag of frozen chicken wings
1 cup of your favorite bbq sauce {i used sweet baby rays}

preheat oven to 425 degrees (f)..take a cookie sheet, cover with foil, put a rack over foil.. spray with pam.. arrange your chicken wings on rack and spray the wings with pam.. cook for about 15 minutes then flip them over and cook another 15 minutes.. preheat your outdoor or indoor grill to medium high.. get it pretty hot and drop it to low.. remove chicken from oven and add your chicken wings to a bowl.. add bbq sauce and toss to evenly coat.. with tongs remove your chicken wings from the bowl and place on the hot grill grates.. cook for about 5-7 minutes then flip them over and cook another 5-10 minutes.. until done.. keep an eye on them because the sugar in the bbq sauce can burn, but you do want them to get slightly charred.. remove from grill and serve immediately.. warning!! they will be sticky, sweet and hot and simply delicious.. is served them with my homemade blue cheese dipping sauce.. recipe found here.. it was a perfect meal to enjoy on the patio during this lovely weather..

enjoy and get cook'n!!


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